Juan, the carpenter, found a very good deal on Douglas fir planks. He was able to cut a line into the planks so that they look exactly like the original beadboard used for the ceiling. The original beadboard ceiling was badly damaged when the roof leaked. The ceiling has been stained to match the rest of the woodwork in the house.
This photo was taken looking towards the half bath. The trim around the windows and baseboard along the floor still needs to be added. All the woodwork will need to be stained. The yellow walls are painted Old Parchment by Benjamin Moore Paints. The color is a little lighter than the Shelburne Buff that the dining room is painted. You can see the back porch through one of the windows in the dining room.
The bathroom is painted Ferndale Green by Benjamin Moore Paints.
This will be our laundry area.
We still need to install the floor.
Our temporary door between the kitchen and back porch. Nice, huh?
The door frame between the kitchen and back porch was 2.5 inches off due to the way the house settled.