|Treetops- April 2015|
|the drywall and mudding begin|
|our downstairs view from November-January|
|August was eager to help.|
|drywall is done.|
|I was just touching up trim, don't worry. Baby is safe.|
|"Daddy cut a hole in the wall!"|
|future laundry room/ pantry space|
*When we discovered the bathroom door was too narrow to fit the washer and dryer, we decided to install a faux wall to slide the washer and dryer in and out. To conceal the wall, Brandon created a narrow pantry with removable shelves and a screen door. Win, win for everyone.
|Santa approves of Brandon's countertop cuts|
|cabinet staining is not my favorite task|
Here is a fun before/ after panoramic shot for you:
The Bathroom/ Laundry Room:
|one of the few Grammie-pink items left: the countertops|
The Kitchen/ Pantry/ Dining Room:
The Living Room/ Office:
If you have any questions about our process or resources, please ask in the comments. We are happy to pass on our hard-earned, still relatively limited, knowledge.
The Garden/ Porch:
|Little Loy banner, hung in anticipation of baby's arrival|
We still need to add cabinet pulls, paint the hardy plank around the French doors and grow some grass in the front yard. But this renovation is 98% complete so I am calling it done.
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