THE FLOORS HAVE ARRIVED!

For those of you who follow the husband or I on Instagram, this will not be news to you…for the rest of you…THE FLOORS HAVE ARRIVED!  Boy was Monday a challenge (and the bruises on my arms would have to agree)!  

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MASTER BATH DESIGNING

As our rough-in plumbing nears completion, I’m getting more and more excited about our reno jobs starting up again.  I know a lot of you think I’m crazy, but the prospect of tiling and painting makes me so happy!  Being covered in paint, thin-set and grout – yes please!

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KITCHEN COUNTERS & THE HUNT FOR QUARTZ

While I may be getting a bit ahead of myself, I simply can’t help it.  All of the decisions that are being made about things that no one will ever see (I’ve learned a lot about plumbing supplies the last week) have gotten me missing shopping for pretty things.  As a result, I found myself […]

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BUILDING WEEK 1!

So a lot has happened in the first week of building…A LOT (if you’re just visiting for the first time, you can start here to see our Little House on a Hill as we originally bought it a couple of months ago). The crew took down the roof – talk about a shock! – and they’ve […]

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IT’S KITCHEN DESIGN TIME

Now that demo is over, it’s time to start buckling down and finalizing my design choices.  I’ve had a very specific design in my head for my dream kitchen for YEARS and the fact that it could actually become a reality is somewhat mind-blowing to me.

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LET’S GET THIS THING STARTED!

Demo is officially over…and I for one am super excited about it 🙂  Demo itself was a lot of fun, though quite tedious at times, and walking into your shell of a house has a weird sense of satisfaction and accomplishment knowing that you did it yourself. Here are some before and after pictures to […]

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CHOOSING WINDOWS IS HARD

CALLING ALL HOME DESIGN NERDS, I NEED HELP! It’s just about time for building to start which means that we need to decide on and order windows!  This is the first major design decision to get to this phase – and it’s a HUGE one at that!  I believe that windows are too often overlooked […]

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