Fun Fact: We are the proud owners of a Fish n’ Flush toilet. Let’s just say we inherited it.
Specifically, let’s talk BEDROOM layouts. Furniture placement and sizes can make or break a room. And I’m thinking of switching things up in our bedroom.
This was a quick project. The space is pretty small, so it only took us three weekends of semi-working on it to complete. Here’s a few before and afters to get your juices flowing:
Here are some simple photos of the Christmas decorations I (we) put up this year. One day, I will have a themed tree in every room, garland on every entryway, and professional photos taken. But for now, this shall do. Enjoy!
With the kitchen renovation done, my mind is already moving on to our next project – the guest bathroom. Like everything else in our house, the guest bath isn’t bad, it’s just not good. It’s got the whole floor-tile-on-the-walls thing going on, an awkward L shaped layout, and a really strange sink. Overall, it’s nothing we can’t update for cheap. Here are the photos from our house listing:
Guys. So much has happened in our lives since my last post. One of the biggest things was #HurricaneHarvey.
Apparently, David and I have a lot of booze and booze-related accessories. Don’t judge- there’s a lot of items involved when making cocktails! We’ve got wine glasses, beer steins, bottles of everything, bottle openers, mixers, shot glasses, etc. and we needed a place to keep them all together. Also, we have people over all the time, and I didn’t want them to dig through a random kitchen cabinet when helping themselves to a glass of wine. Therefore, I knew I wanted/needed a bar cart or bar cabinet situation. I kept my eyes peeled for something that could hold all our bar goods on Craigslist, and I shopped around a few antiques stores in town for months. I never found anything that clicked with my vision (and my pocket book) UNTIL THIS:
Today I am writing this post with a happy heart. My heart is filled with joy because (drum roll please) our kitchen reno is 99% finished!! The last thing on our giant never-ending renovation to-do list was to build/install a fridge surround. Now some of you might be asking, what is a fridge surround? Here’s what I’m talking about: