Progress on The Little House

The Little House is coming together and we are so excited about the direction and shape it is taking. We have partnered with several local companies which has allowed us to select some amazing interior items. Here's a look at the build process so far, and how we have come. 

 The first wall of the Little House goes up! 

The first wall of the Little House goes up! 

 It begins taking the classic farmhouse shape with each additional wall. 

It begins taking the classic farmhouse shape with each additional wall. 

 The pitched gable roof is up!

The pitched gable roof is up!

 Our artisans work hard to ensure every detail is just right. 

Our artisans work hard to ensure every detail is just right. 

 Board and batten from an old whiskey refinery in Kentucky goes on the outside walls. Oh, the history here! 

Board and batten from an old whiskey refinery in Kentucky goes on the outside walls. Oh, the history here! 

 The interior of the home begins to take shape. This will be a stunning kitchen soon! 

The interior of the home begins to take shape. This will be a stunning kitchen soon! 

 Shiplap goes onto the walls of the bedroom. This shiplap will be painted a fresh, bright white. 

Shiplap goes onto the walls of the bedroom. This shiplap will be painted a fresh, bright white. 

 Bead board from old Texas porches and a Texas Panhandle church go up on the ceilings. The living room begins to take shape. 

Bead board from old Texas porches and a Texas Panhandle church go up on the ceilings. The living room begins to take shape. 

We have finished selecting all of the interior finishes including light fixtures and faucets. We are going with a clean black, white and natural palette with touches of brass and natural wood. The mood board below really shows the direction in which our creative vision for The Little House is going. A very special thanks to all of our partners on the project including Ferguson, Clay Imports here in Austin, Texas, Delta, American Standard, Kitchen Aide, LG, Bosch, Daikin, East Side Environmental Air, and RAM windows. 

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Stay tuned for more progress. In our next post we will take a close look at the juxtaposition of the reclaimed materials and the new items we are pairing to create this fresh and interesting home! We can't wait to show you how it's all coming together.