You can't see from these pictures, but we have an A frame with trapezoid windows, so lots of light comes in. I love looking up at the tall ceilings when I'm doing yoga.
The great room flows into the kitchen, and you can also see the office loft from here.
The kitchen is one of my favorite places in the house. I love the pantry and the Mexican floor tiles (which I knew I wanted before we even built the house!). Paul and I went on a wild ride waaaaaay out in the boonies of Virginia to find a specific Amish cabinet maker named Daniel - the handles on our cabinets are mountain laurel. And Paul made the countertops himself, out of concrete.
This is Pierce's room. Paul recently rearranged the room to surprise him, and it actually looks much larger now. Pierce was thrilled with his "new" room.
The twins' room.
This is the guest room, which is in our basement. We had it built when I was pregnant with the twins. The furniture is from my paternal grandparents, and I love the dark wood.
The loft/office. I keep trying to get Paul to take that eagle to work, as it isn't really my thing, but so far I haven't been successful.
Master bedroom. That's Baxter napping on the cat tower.
Master bath. The boys love to get in the jacuzzi with their shark collection.
Other side of the master bathroom.
It's been a month and the house is already quite messy again, but Paul and I are working hard to declutter. As much as I love this house, we're kind of thinking about putting it on the market, to get something with a smaller mortgage. This is if it would sell - which is a big if, although I have heard the market is picking up. Anyhow, it's something we're thinking about seriously. If we sold our place, we'd be looking for an old farmhouse to restore with a smaller acreage (about 10-20 acres) in the same region. I love Pierce's school and ideally don't want to switch school zones. So lots to think about! Hope you enjoyed the tour!