Light Fixtures

No upgrades to our light fixtures from Toll Brothers selected as we’ll make future changes ourselves.  The standard fixtures are … standard.

The chandelier in the dining area in the kitchen had not been placed well for us so we had it moved before the drywall going up.  Knowing the table size ahead of time made this move possible.

Kitchen Dining Chandelier
Eat In Kitchen Area chandelier

The Dining Room chandelier seems to be hanging just like we expected.  It’ll be the first to go as we’ve already purchased a replacement.  The thermostat and light switches, you’ll notice, have been installed.

Dining Room Chandelier
Dining Room Chandelier

The light at the top of the stairs of the loft is supposed to light the stairway and to provide general lighting.  My son’s first comments were that it resembles a breast.  His words:  a boob.  It (weirdly) angled because of the ceiling.  Having been in the Merrick Model about 1,000 times, we wondered why we hadn’t noticed this oddity.  Turns out the model home has a recessed lighting can in its place (also angled).

Loft Lighting
Loft Lighting

The Guest Bath Fixture looks lonely and lost without a mirror under it.

06.18.17 Guest Bath
Guest Bath Fixture

The entry way chandelier perfectly matches the others.

Entry Way Chandelier
Entry Way Chandelier

Front Walk

The framing for the front walk is in place, ready for a cement pour.

06.18.17 Front Walk
Front Walk

Side View

Probably my first picture of the right side of the house.  Could be the last time from this angle since construction is starting on the neighbor’s house.  We were told the house will be framed by the time we settle in just under 1 month.

Side View
Right Side View