We had to come up with ways to remodel our entire kitchen on a tight budget. Our new "old" home is a 100 year old Craftsman. This kitchen has never seen a dishwasher or microwave. Our big splurges for this project will be the appliances and quartz counter top, most everything else will be DIY projects. We have started with the ceiling using a creative , out-of-the-box product.
My search for a new dining room rug is finally over and I love it! There is definitely not any buyer's remorse going on in our home! After laying down the rug, I searched through the house and borrowed items from other areas to make up my Easter tablescape!
Do you live in an old house that has cracks in the ceiling that you'd like to cover up? Or do you have plans to remove that ugly popcorn ceiling but don't know what to do once it's gone? I've got a super easy technic to texture the ceiling to cover up imperfections and modernize your space all at the same time!
We opened up walls and transformed a tiny bathroom into a luxury master suite. This was a Big deal. We had to jackhammer the concrete floor to rearrange plumbing, move the doorway and build our own custom vanity.
As soon as I found out we would be moving again into a tiny apartment while we looked for another house, I was determined to bring as much of our Christmas decorations with us as possible. Last year the same thing happened to us. Our house sold and we had to rent through the holidays. All our decorations were in storage, too buried to get out. I vowed that would never happen again!
Since we purchased The Brick House on Pecan Drive, this has been known as the “blue bathroom”. The tile, floor and walls were all blue. Even the plantation shutters on the window were painted blue. If you favor the color blue, the after photos will make you sad 'cause we got rid of it ALL!!!
Our master suite was a complete disaster when we purchased our 1960's ranch style home. It needed a total makeover and that's exactly what we gave it. From knocking down a wall to installing new flooring and building a barn door to finally moving in! We couldn't be happier with the results and I'm excited to share them with you!
Oh my goodness you guys, for a 3000 sq. ft. house this kitchen was truly just an after thought. It was SO underwhelming when we first walked into this space. Not to mention the dingy vinyl flooring and outdated wallpaper. We lived here for about 3 months without a kitchen, going out to eat and/or using our faithful BBQ on the back patio. But it was all worth it!