Let’s do a little house math. Take one previously unloved 1920’s character home, add one part innovation and one part hard work and what do you get? An amazingly stylish and functional family home. This post is the second part in a series about my friends Jacqueline and Marc and
You know what happens after a morning of watching home renovation shows on HGTV. . .you start dreaming about your own run-down diamond-in-the-rough that you turn around in six weeks. But what if you actually did it? Minus the 6 week part. . . *crawls in a corner with the
It’s bathroom reveal day!! To fully understand how horrible the bathroom was previously, head on over to my post about the ugliest bathroom you’ve ever seen. And now, it’s practically spa like.
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.
HGTV is one of my favourite guilty pleasures. I love the beautiful renovations, but I often look at the homeowners and shake my head. How could they not have an emergency fund for their renovation? Why are they changing things last minute? Why don’t they ever trust that Scott or
When the hermit and I purchased this house, we were full of HGTV renovation dreams. Could we transform our home from top to bottom within a year or less? Absolutely. The sky was the limit. Oh how cute we were. I painted and scraped, weeded and re-arranged, but the house would