Moving In

December 29th, 2010 by KTU | Filed under 6. Interior Materials and Finishes, Park City Mountain Modern.

A surprising amount of work lies between getting a certificate of occupancy (i.e., technically finishing the house) and moving in. In my case, the C.O. was issued on Tuesday and my family was scheduled to arrive on Thursday. I had ordered a house full of stuff which was piled in boxes everywhere as we were finishing the house. But, first, the layers of dust had to be removed. A hardworking crew of husband, wife, and 17-year-old son came in at 5pm on Tuesday and worked until 1am on Wednesday to clean the house. They vacuumed up a lot of dust, wiped down all surfaces, did a quick wash of interior window surfaces, mopped floors, and cleaned bathrooms. Wednesday and Thursday I sealed floors and unpacked boxes.

KU washing windows...there are only a couple of hard ones requiring acrobatics.

Initial furniture in great room. No rugs yet.

Fireplace wall (10 gauge steel plates) and "Moose" head

Walls still bare, but very livable bedrooms.

We ordered virtually the entire contents of the house on the internet...lots of unpacking.

Kitchen wall with dishes in place.

Some family relaxing after partial move in. (Note cardboard box table.)

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One Response to “Moving In”

  1. Mindy says:

    Love the interior photos! And the loft, open kitchen cabinets, and moose head!

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