Jimmy and Susie had already started chipping away at the beam in the kitchen during their renovation because they really wanted it to be a design feature in their home. To bring that to life, we stepped in and wrapped the beam with drywall to bulk it up a little bit, and then added the same oak that we would use in the fireplace mantle on top of the drywall.
Susie really wanted a cozy feel in her new home and they already had a standout fireplace I knew I wanted to update. The style of the original fireplace felt outdated and stale, so I set out to give it a major update that would make the room feel homey and welcoming.
Jimmy and Susie made it clear that the upper deck was one of their favorite parts of the home. With a stunning ocean view, it was a place where they wanted to share sunset moments and relax outdoors. I loved their ideas and passion for this special feature of their home, but the roof deck definitely needed a refresh.
These are not interceptors but rather TIE Bombers and these ships are doing their primary function to destroy the home of Bo-Katan Kryze. Understandably, she chases down the bombers, only for Din Djarin to stop her since there are way more TIE Bombers than Mandalorians at the present moment.
Will climbs a fence into an idyllic field in where we are told is Lithuania. He comes across a gravestone with the inscription, \"Lecter.\" Will has discovered Hannibal's childhood home, trying to understand what horrible thing may have happened there that corroded his former therapist's soul, \"Is this where it started being built,\" asks Will to Hannibal in a fantasy sequence.
Will's daydream is interrupted by a gun shot, when he looks up and sees a beautiful, young woman (Tao Okamoto) who shoots a duck. Will's eyes follow her into her home, where she slices the duck meat in a style that is eerily similar too..
Meanwhile, Sarah and the gang head home. JJ and Kie start to get rather friendly and almost kiss, but Pope interrupts. They refuel in St. Kitts, where Pope and Cleo have their bonding session. They steal from a corner shop and talk about their unsuccessful relationships in the past.
Built in 1926 (or 1929, two dates are given), the home fell into disrepair after the previous owner died. At one point, Michaela explained, squatters lived in the house. The stairs leading up to the front door had fallen apart, and termites ate through much of the wood throughout the home. Water damage caused serious structural problems and rotted the floors.
Victoria met Michaela at the home for a tour of the property, which is now structurally sound and ready for renovations. Right away, the designer noticed the beautiful but wobbling railing on the front steps, hinting at work to be done.
Inside, the two noticed the arched ceilings throughout the home and envisioned a spiral staircase in the empty entryway, where there was also room for a tiled water fountain. Neither the kitchen nor living room offered adequate space, so Victoria said she would be relocating both spaces to open them up. The fireplace in the living room needed to be partially disassembled, but Victoria planned a stucco design for it.
Tall trees in the front yard obstructed the view of the home, offering privacy, so Victoria imagined adding a terrace with a cedar hot tub, a private patio around the back of the house and a deck upstairs with a nice, albeit slightly obstructed, view of downtown LA.
Roman is barely evil at all this week. If anything, he shows Kendall a little mercy by refusing to sign Shiv's statement. He's also the kid who gets cornered into doing the interview in which he's supposed to speak kindly about Logan to \"humanize\" him, but Roman finds himself basically unable to do it. He winds up borrowing a memory of Connor taking him fishing, so unable is he to muster anything nice to say about Logan, and that is the kind of sad detail that really drives home how bad things are in this family.
That night at the Draper home, Sally Draper reads to Eugene Hofstadt from \"The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire\". \"You just wait. All hell's gonna break loose,\" her grandfather warns her.
Joan and Greg Harris tidy up their apartment for a Saturday night dinner party. Greg wants to seat Ronald Ettinger, the Chief of Surgery, at the head of the table. \"Not in your home,\" instructs Joan, citing etiquette expert Emily Post. Joan mollifies her husband with a compromise: They'll serve buffet style, rendering seating order moot.
Paul, lying on the floor, ruminates on geopolitics. Smitty suggests they all head to the building's roof, prompting Peggy to visualize a Bacardi scenario. The guys can go home if they want, she says, \"I'm in a very good place right now.\"
Back on Kalevala, Bo-Katan's home within the Outer Rim, she and Din Djarin are pursued by a fleet of TIE/IN, also known as TIE Interceptors. Cawing a sound similar to the familiar, intimidating drone of TIE Fighters, the Interceptors boast a more impressive power set than their smaller counterparts. Assuming it's the hand of an Imperial Warlord on their tale, Din wonders how a small-time player could have garnered such a force.
The USS Enterprise-D is en route to a Federation colony, Rana IV, which sent out a distress signal indicating they were under attack. When the Enterprise crew arrives, they find the entire planet completely devastated, save for a few acres of land and a house with two possibly human life forms. Captain Picard orders Commander Riker to lead an away team to the surface to \"see who's at home.\"
This home needed the feel of a modern cottage. So going with that idea, and incorporating a baseball theme throughout, I chose a dark green board and batten cement siding for the exterior, complete with a charming white trim, just like the colors on a baseball field. This gave the house a sharp, contemporary appearance with brand-new curbside appeal.
We knew this house needed some changes to the layout to turn it into the ideal home for Stan and his boys. One of the main things Stan told us he needed was a dedicated space for a dinner table for him and his boys (and all of their friends). So, we turned the front room into a dining room that served a dual function: a place to eat and a place to hang out. 59ce067264