I know it’s been a few weeks since I last posted an update on our bathroom remodel. Forgive me, but today I am sharing the best of our design elements and how to bring a plan together! It is going to be a huge change!
So, here it is, week 2 of the bathroom remodel! As I write this, I wonder what can be learned from our demolition, beyond just a progress update. But one of the scariest things about BIG DIY projects like this is just knowing where to start (and having confidence not to mess up everything in the process). We are just average people, so if we can do it, I know you can too!
I am just popping into today because we have some real work to get to. Even though this summer was a blast and we got several projects off the ‘ol todo list, Ive been planning our next major update! We are finally getting around to the upstairs bathroom.
Every summer is planned out with the best intentions. And then life happens. Even so, there are many great projects that were completed this summer from the coolest kid’s closet makeover to dreamy office lighting. Check out what you may have missed at the ‘ol abode.
Installing wainscoting in the bathroom was one of the best decisions I ever made. It added a classic style and elegance you can’t get any other way. It isn’t as daunting a project as I first thought it would be.
Have you ever had a decorating vision in your head, and then something, somewhere gets lost in translation, and you wonder what in the world were you thinking?! Such is the story of our bathroom…
We are sprinting down the finish line in the garage makeover! The last time I updated you, we had a major project in mudding and painting the garage walls. Now, we are moving on to updating the garage floors!
The garage makeover is in full swing and the walls are done! While it certainly isn’t the most glamorous topic, the prepwork for painting or any DIY project is often the most important step. Today I am sharing some tips for using spackle or joint compound on drywall.
If you are in the market for a new backsplash or accent, and don’t want the hassle or expense of traditional stone or glass tile, you might want to consider taking a look at peel and stick tile. This glass tile really changed the whole atmosphere of the kitchen giving it a modern and sophisticated feel.
Our bathroom is desperate. If your like me, when you sit down with all the choices of decorating elements and finishes, do you find yourself second-guessing myself or changing your mind over and over? When you can’t “see” a finished project in your mind, it can be overwhelming. Well, at least the choice of shower/bath can be easier with this handy tool I have found to visualize it all!
Gosh, has it really been 6 weeks already?! This living room was a major project to take on and the six week timeline seemed almost impossible. But here it is, reveal day, and I have got a lot of progress to show.
It’s update time and today is about the reality of renovating. I get comments from many readers about my beautiful finished projects from the laundry room to the craft room. But the messy process is just as or more important than the all the after shots.