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Last week we finally ordered the wallpapers and colors for the inside of the house. We made some small changes since the first decision posted on the blog earlier. All of the wall papers are from Borås tapeter and the colors are from Nordsjö färg. For a final personal touch of the upcoming home office i choosed to order a personal photo wall paper from Mr.Perswall, the photo wallpaper is a picture of a snowboarder flying trough the air up in the snow filled mountains. When ever i’m boored I can have a look at this picture and dream myself away. Next week i try to take some photos from inside the house as the upper floor starts to get finished with roof, walls and floor.
Finally some of the kitchen from Marbodal starting to take place, it’s fun to see how the real shape of the kitchen taking place from just been seeing 3D rendered pictures earlier. Coming weeks the kitchen and appliance is going to be mounted together. i’m really looking forward to cook Sunday dinners here in the future and enjoy good times with friend and family.
Kitchen pictures from 3D renderings to real finished kitchen
We are finally starting to complete the process to choose wallpapers and interior colors for all of the rooms inside the house. All of the wallpapers come from Borås Tapeter and the color are from Norsjö. It hasn’t been the easiest work to choose from a catalogue of different wall papers, but Borås had a nice configurator where you could configure a room with wall papers and see how the colors and patterns look together.
We have finally choose the following combination for each room:
The last couple of days all rooms hav been drywalled, now you actually get a feeling of how the house is going to feel inside. Whats remains now is to spackle all of the drywalls and roof. Thats a real dusty job for the carpenter to handle
Gallery with drywalled rooms from inside the villa anneberg
Under the last month the interior walls and electricity/network cables have been mounted to the house. Now you actually start to get a little feeling of how the house is going to look inside with the layout of rooms, doors, windows and walls.
Below are some photos inside and outside of the Villa Anneberg house.
We are going to implement some smart solutions to the household such as wireless transmitters for sockets and lightning switches paired with different kind of temperature sensors and night fall relays and motions sensors. I’m going to build up the smart house solutions with technology from Telldus Technologies.
With help of HomeAutomation i’m going to build a graphical interface for the Villa Anneberg so i can manage all of the devices remotly from anywhere i’m at the moment with my smartphone, tablet or computer.
HomeAutomation is a web interface for TellStick which keeps track of your devices. With HomeAutomation you can for example create schedules, control your devices manually and keep track of temperatures. Schedules may be temperature controlled, sun controlled or static. The temperature can be fetched from your own database or from an external source. With the house plan view you can get a simple overview of the status of your devices at their location in your house.
Today the house delivery finally arrived from Ahus. Three big trucks delivered all the parts for walls and roof for booth the house and garage. Seven carpenters crafted together the house in one work day, and its now water and weather proofed.
Pictures of the house delivery and mounting
Coming days will now be focused on the outside of the house, to get all the walls, windows, doors and roof finished. Please stay tuned and check back later for more updates and pictures about the house project.
In the end of augusti 2014 the digging and preperation to build the concrete slab to start. The ground where the house and garage is going to be placed is a old agricultural land. It was pretty easy to dig up the ground for the Tegneby Åkeri, no big rocks and other stuff that takes time to get rid off. About 40 centimeter deep into the ground was needed to dig to have a stable ground to build the foundation for the concrete slab.