Downstairs, the outlet plates are on in the living room, and one quarter of the curtains are back up. I'll poke around down there a bit more tonight (at least get the patio curtains up and that corner vacuumed, so I can get the television moved back and set up).
The sewing room hasn't been touched, though I did piece an entire quilt top at the dining room table during the two days the guys were painting.
This is a view of the sewing studio from the kitchen. The light is coming in from the south-facing patio doors that cover three quarters of that wall. To the left are the closet doors.
This looks very blue, but in reality, there is just a little bit of green in the color when you see it in person - just enough to move the color to the outer fringes of a blue teal. (I'm a quilter, this is how I describe color). Anyway, just looking at the room makes me happy.
The sample of the fabric I'd like to use for a valance arrived in yesterday's mail, and it is pretty much perfect. It's also not cheap. I need to sit down and do the math and calculate exactly how much of it I will need.
The rest of my vacation may be spent putting the house back together. Not quite what I anticipated, but I'm sure I can find time to do some other fun stuff as well.