Anyway. We're pretty thrilled with the colours, especially the doors. Martin got an old used door from Jack's, a building supply place that mostly has stuff from demolitions, filled a bunch of holes in the door, reworked it a bit and then added his trademark circle glass (much like our bathroom). The door design was heavily influenced by a door we saw on an afternoon of cycling in Amsterdam (photo here, and while it certainly doesn't look that Dutch to the common passerby, it is our version of a "Dutch Door" and has been christened as such.
The pieces left to do include some touch-up painting on the door, washing all the windows post painting, and painting the steps. We didn't include that bit in the contract so it's now left to us, or more correctly, probably me, as Martin has a whole host of other reno projects lined up, including taking out part of one of the newly painted exterior walls and putting in a set of French Doors (to go with the Dutch Doors don't ya know), a project we're hoping to complete in time to enjoy a more open access from our patio to our kitchen before summer ends.