I set out to photograph and blog each floor of our townhome that we moved into back in September - 2012. Somewhere along the line I got distracted a wee bit, but FINALLY . . .
Managed to photograph the final and upstairs level . . . location of our three bedrooms, including our Master bedroom suite, which we love. A guest bedroom . . . and the bedroom that Kelsie designed to be her bedroom when she was home from college.
(Little did she know she would be living in the home for three years holding down the fort . . . While we depart the country and serve a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the country of Honduras! Good thing it turned out awesome and she loves it!)
Just a reminder . . . our townhouse is located in Highland, Utah. It's called Toscana! We are loving the simplified life (at least it was simplified until about mid-December . . . now it's currently an ongoing roller coaster . . . :D
The entry level is the walk in from the front entry and the garage along with a small office. The main floor is an open floor plan kitchen to family room with a butler pantry / laundry room and small 1/2 bath. (they have been previously blogged and linked above)
Perfect! We do so love it!
Our Master suite -
During the construction stage we hoped we would be happy with the size of the new master bedroom. We were coming from a large master bedroom and hoped we wouldn't feel too enclosed in a new townhome style bedroom. We hoped for space for our king size bed and a sitting area. I have antique furniture inherited from grandparents that is pretty precious to me and I didn't want to part with it. But we knew that the only place it would possibly fit was the master bedroom - and we weren't disappointed. When it was all said and done - it fit perfectly!
Our most-liked features are the mediterranean style beams, the cathedral ceilings
We don't drink tea, but the antique tea service
Our builder did the custom woodwork -