Since day 1 of owning our little house we have planned on moving as soon as the renovation was finished to a slightly bigger place with more land and closer to the city. Promise, we're not picky though 😉 With our renovation nearing an end the little house is growing on us. We have (for now) decided to … Continue reading Summer Reno Plans..It’s a lot…
This is the Finale of my 3 part bathroom renovation! Please feel free to check out Bathroom Renovation Prt 1 and Bathroom Renovation Part 2. We would love to hear your feedback! 🙂 In this Final bathroom post we will be reveling: How to create a Shiplap accent wall on a budget I was set on having a shiplap accent wall … Continue reading Bathroom Renovation Part 3: The Finale!
Instead of tossing our scraps from our Kitchen Renovation Part 1 and Kitchen Renovation Part 2 Mr. Taylor got pretty crafty with a much needed dog feeder / dog food storage box. Having a small house and hating clutter (horrible combination) I naturally grew sick and tired of tripping over bowls and looking at our cheap clear storage container full … Continue reading Dog Feeder
→ Check out Bathroom Renovation Prt 1 to catch up with our Bathroom Series 🙂 ← Because there is sooo much that goes into a total room renovation our bathroom project has been broken up into 3 parts. Today we are revealing the: Vanity, Shelves and Flooring We bought our vanity as a set from Home Depot as … Continue reading Bathroom Renovation Part 2
Here is the 2nd and final part to our tiny kitchen renovation! Check out Kitchen Renovation Part 1 if you haven't already. Like I said in part one, we restored our hardwood floors first before anything else in the kitchen. Check out our process with → How to: Remove Linoleum Flooring, How To: Repair Hardwood Floors and How to: Restore Hardwood Flooring. … Continue reading Kitchen Renovation Part 2
We dove into the kitchen renovation without a plan, kind of like most of the other projects so far 😉 Here is a before of the kitchen. On the other side is nothing but the stove, refrigerator and a washer/dryer closet. Before any renovations we moved our washer / dryer downstairs and removed the closet to provide … Continue reading Kitchen Renovation Part 1
There were a few painful but necessary steps before we were ready for the "fun" part of restoring our floors. In the kitchen, we removed 6 (yes, 6!) layers of flooring which you can learn about here → How to: Remove Linoleum Flooring or if you have pieces of hardwood that need replaced we can help you with that … Continue reading How to: Restore Hardwood Flooring