They've added the vent for the hood. Now they just need to add the cover and paint the surrounding area and the kitchen will be done (minus the electrical outlets, and flooring, which still have to be done everywhere.) They haven't installed tee correct counter top for the island yet.
IF you look closely, you can see that they've added the frame around the fireplace, so now, they need to paint the surrounding area. The home wiring guys have also come and put on their face plates and made the wires accessible.
They've taken the protective covering off this part of the counter, so you can get an idea of the single bowl sink, and how the countertops look against the backsplash and cabinets.
The bar countertops and sink are in. Most of the supports are also installed. I didn't get to choose the style of the supports, so they're a bit ornate for the modern look that I'm going for, but oh well.
The cabinets, countertops and bar sink
A close up of the counter top. It's granite instead of quartz like in the kitchen, and it's more black than gray. Yes, I like dark countertops.
They've put down some sort of underlayment in preparation for the hardwood in the loft area.
They've taken the protective cover off of the master sink countertop, which is the same countertop that is used for the bar countertop. They've also installed the main mirror, but it's missing it's frame, and the medicine cabinet.
The shower frame is up.
All the closets and pantry have shelving. This is one shot of the master closet. I'll probably replace this in the future, just because I cant't stand the lines it creates on folded clothes, and stuff always falling through the slots.
The thermostat that controls the first floor and the basement. I didn't play with it to see if it's programmable, but if it's not, I'll be replacing it. The same with the upstairs thermostat.
The bathrooms have towl bars and toilet paper rolls. These are in the powder room.
I assume this is a primer or first coat....