During every renovation, DIY or otherwise, there is a breaking point. You’re either living life in limbo, living in a construction zone, or both. Overwhelmed. Broke. Broken. Argumentative. Sleep deprived. Not eating properly. Wanting/needing to see the end in sight. The trash pile in the backyard is turning into a mountain, but you have all… Continue reading Bathroom Renovation: No End In Sight
Although we spent weeks…ok…YEARS planning for this bathroom remodel, the weeks leading up to demolition day were packed with research. Tile shopping, internet research, endless plumbing supply store visits, salvage yards. You name it. We tried to think of everything. But you can never really plan for the things you will unearth when you demo an… Continue reading Bathroom Renovation/Demolition Day
I admit that I am hesitant to post photos of our old bathroom on the internet. It was really gross. I know we aren’t the first to deal with a moldy bathroom. But we lived with this bathroom for 15 years. 10 of which we rented the house and were unable to tear it out.… Continue reading Bathroom Renovation / Before
Inspiration for our bathroom remodel. See more photos that inspired us on Pinterest.
When we remodeled our front porch we knew we needed a light that made a statement. Since the ceiling is vaulted we needed something that would fill the open space and make a statement. The Baldwin chain pendant with the Neoclassical Opal Acorn shade at Rejuvenation fit the bill. Today we entered a photo of our… Continue reading Porch Light
We chose to paint our house during the summer of 2011. That summer unexpectedly continued into the next summer. Our house is small and we didn’t think it would take too long to prep and paint it. The problem was we decided to repair a “few things” before we started painting. We thought we’d quickly replace… Continue reading Front Porch Remodel
The vision: wide wooden balusters, Craftsman style, cathedral ceiling, fresh paint, a show-stopping porch light. The exact opposite of the dark, crumbling porch that existed when we purchased our house! Visit our Pinterest page to see more front porch inspiration.