Have you checked out my home tour? Have you ever wondered why there are no pictures of the bathroom? Let me show you the before.
The after? You’ll have to wait until my next post.
I really wanted to title this post “Kitchen Tetris,” but I didn’t think it would show up as well in search results.
You have two basic choices when you go into a reno: work with what you got or tear it all out. In our case, we know we have asbestos as our insulation in our walls, so tear it all out is not really an option unless we’re willing to pay huge $$ to have it removed. Also, I feel that if you’re buying a character house that is in decent condition, part of why you buy it is to retain the character. At least, that’s my philosophy.
We bought a small house in our dream neighbourhood in November last year, and ever since we closed the deal I have been itching to renovate it. However, I don’t live there full time yet. When I am there it is for serious family time, so my renovation dreams have had to wait until now. I had 4 days to do all the things and I was going to get them done.
Ha ha ha ha ha!
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