Click the READ MORE to see new video today on our Malibu home remodeling project. This time a quick tour of the upstairs. Last weekend, they poured the cement on the 250 square foot extension off of the kitchen. My guy TE and I met with contractor to discuss all of the new things that have gone on as far as progress. We also met with the lighting contractor to go through the lighting and electrical in every single room. Oh and I forgot, we met with the gardener too and walked the one acre property to make sure everything is being kept up while we do not live there.
The picture above is taken standing in the kitchen looking out over the living room. The kitchen currently only has half of a ceiling because we are adding onto it. By the way, the kitchen was once the former master bedroom. Will explain how we switched around every room in the house except the living room at a later date!
It has been a lot of fun and a little stress of course remodeling this house with my guy.
I tried to upload a hi-res version of the video…do not know how successful I was. But here is a quick tour.
Would love to hear about what you learned in your own home remodel project.
Photos and videos: Coco of COCOCOZY
4 responses to “Upstairs Tour – Malibu Home Remodeling Project”
To die for! The view! Thatnks for sharing.
When can I move in? 🙂
The view is truly stunning! So happy for you and TE. Here are a few ideas for your door use:
With an acre you must have room for your secret spot, just for yourselves, entered through two of these doors that can be treated and to make more massive added wood around both doors (drama Black, rustic pickled) Big HUGE door pulls
Make hanging beds out of them x 2
Orange Lacquer (with rustic or modern metal accents in center of each small panel) and topped with thick glass,
office desk or coffee table
Lacquer Headboards with twins in one of guest rooms
paint all four the same with some sort of stunning aged looking copper and use in the library
Best wishes to you from my Island by Da Sea !
Awesome ideas for the carved doors. Love these ideas! Going to share them with TE! FANTASTIC!!!! Thank you so much Laura!