I haven't forgot your need for the last few parts of Grandmothers house. I have been concentrating on other things the past few weeks. I'm finalizing plans on that Scottish house I have been working on. Its been quite the process to get this particular house to this point. The Client has very definite ideas. Trying to meet all his expectation has been trick. Ultimately we had to create a story or history for this house. The client wanted it to look like it had been around for some time and through its existence that it had been added on to, or Cobbled on to as they put it. The main portion of the house being the oldest portion. Then maybe an servants quarters or scullery, then later a carriage house. You can get a general idea form the 3d mock up seen below. I haven't added the windows yet.On top of this I'm still finishing up the Gothic Revival house as well. Finish carpentry is well under way and it is STUNNING. I'll post some pictures from the house later. I have finalized the Stain glass patterns for the transoms and doors. I photo shopped the stain glass onto one of the Drawing that the finish carpenter are using to see how it all looks together. I'm excited to see the real thing. Mantles have all been finalized and sent to the various craftsmen. Each one is unique. The main stairway has been started. It is a work of art in it self. I designed all the parts but have yet to see the real things.Lighting was proving to be a challenge, the only suitable reproduction lights I could find were astronomical in price. I did locate this line that was the best of the bunch and more in the price range. IT took a big wait off my shoulders. I didn't not want to spoil all this effort to recreate an old house by filling it with more modern fixtures. Whew!
So as you can see I have been dealing with new old houses, instead of Grandmother's house. I'll get back on track and post some more parts in a day or so.