Sometimes designing a rehab project is easy. But sometimes, you buy a house with an elevated living room and an L shaped brick wall, and it leaves you stumped as to the best way to fix it up. I came up with several ideas about how to utilize the wall, but at the end of… Continue reading What knocking out a brick wall gets you…
Our recently purchased house is a home in the making (yep, we are living in a project while flipping another house!). Just showing off some of my husband's recent work: This is now our son's room. The built in bookshelf makes a great place to organize his toys and books! But first he had to get… Continue reading The bookshelf stays, everything else goes!
We just started renovations on our recently purchased home! I will be posting updates as Joseph completes sections of the work. This is our master bathroom, complete with lovely, very old, green carpet (yes, it looks brown, but it was green) and tiny corner toilet. Here is the view from the entrance. We are keeping… Continue reading Goodbye green shag bathroom carpet…
Helped a local office update their historic building, turning bedrooms into offices. The building was built by the railroad around 1910 as the train depot. Over the years this building has had many owners and many uses. So much history in this building! Here is the first office we tackled. Beautiful antique windows!! Pulling up… Continue reading Corner Office // Hardwood Floors
Do you ever just see something random at a flea market and immediately get inspired? I saw these old screwdrivers and immediately thought they would make cute knobs. However, I lacked the skill set to complete the project. That didn't stop me from bringing them home. 4 years later, when my husband of 2 years… Continue reading Vintage Knobs
A plainer is a nifty tool. This vintage one was purchased with the intent to use it! But, alas, it was past its prime before coming home with us. So my creative husband found another use for it... A lovely tall laundry table for me! Here he is putting on the finishing touches! He left… Continue reading Repurposed Plainer
The master bathroom certainly needed the least work. Even though we removed every last yellow tile from the guest bathroom, we decided the teal tile was adorable and kept it! Before... After. We updated the medicine cabinet and light fixture and softened the walls with a grey color instead of white. We removed the old… Continue reading House Flip: 341 // Master Bathroom