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Sharing an update on the status of the #SimaSixtiesSplit renovation, from demo to drywall installation and everything in between. Plus, a peek at our to-do list while we wait for the kitchen cabinets to be built!
We moved into our new home back in August and it is FINALLY time to start renovations, after many months of planning! Our contractor started demo this week, so I figured it was about time that I shared the plans with you, huh? Our home is from 1961 and needs a full interior and exterior
The Bayard Bungalow project involved re-imagining the living room, dining room, and sitting room of an early 1900’s bungalow in St. Paul, MN. My clients, a young couple, had just moved in and wanted to start fresh with new furniture and decor in their first home together.
Here’s a look at the before & afters of the Bayard Bungalow makeover!
Read all about the first round of our kitchen design plans, and get a FREE 12 page downloadable kitchen remodeling planning guide for yourself!
Discussing design plans for our favorite room in our home: the porch! Read about what we’re changing and what we’re not!
Finally, I can reveal our bedroom! This was supposed to be a quick project, but it turned out to take much longer than I’d thought. I suppose I shouldn’t be surprised, ha! It took awhile to receive all of the decor pieces (thanks, Covid), and then I struggled to get motivated to paint the doors
Our very first project in our new home is a quick refresh of our bedroom! Read all about the goals, see my inspiration and design plans here!
We moved! Here’s a “before” tour of our new home, including the tentative plans we have for remodeling each space.
This post contains material sponsored by Build.com. All design plans, thoughts, and opinions are my own. Our 1952 home did not have a fireplace when we bought it. We’ve gone without one for the time that we’ve lived here, but every fall and winter we find ourselves saying “I wish we had a fireplace!” We