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! Here’s a “before” tour of our new home, including the tentative plans we have for remodeling each space.
I’m moving the Sunday Seven up a day not only because tomorrow is Easter Sunday, but because today, April 20, marks three years since we’ve closed on our fifties fixer upper. Looking back at photos, I almost can’t even remember what it looked like- but at the same time, I vividly remember walking in on
2018 marked our second full year of owning our fifties fixer upper, and although we kept busy with projects, we took plenty of time to enjoy life outside of house projects as well. We also had some exciting advancements and changes with our “brand” and we’re planning on quite a few exciting things for 2019.
Let us introduce ourselves… For those of you are new to my blog, welcome! My husband Josh and I have been renovating our home since we bought it back in April 2016. We do 90% of the work ourselves, from design to construction to decorating! So far we’ve finished our kitchen, master suite, guest bedroom, mudroom, and living room. This bathroom project is
This post was originally shared on my first website, OurFiftiesFixerUpper.com, in February 2018. As with all of our completed projects, I’ll take you back to where it all started: the day we walked through our home. When we first saw what is now our master suite, it was two smaller bedrooms. One of the rooms
This post was first shared on my former website, OurFiftiesFixerUpper.com, in Fall 2017. The photos were updated in December 2018. Like all classic 1950’s ranch homes, when you walk through the front door of the house you’re immediately in the living room. The first time we walked into our home, we saw a long living
This article was posted on my original website, OurFiftiesFixerUpper.com, in January 2018. Recently, Josh and I sat down and talked about the things we’d like to accomplish in our home renovation this year. With finances and time to account for, we had to be realistic about what we thought we could do. Our major goals
This article was originally shared on my original blog, OurFiftiesFixerUpper.com, in December 2017. 2017 was a slow renovation year for us, it seemed. A lot of the projects we were working on seemed to take FOR.EVER (cough- master bathroom- cough). Looking back though, there were quite a few things we accomplished and I’m laying them
This post was originally written in November 2017 on my original blog, OurFiftiesFixerUpper.com. Josh and I had never had any true experience with remodeling a home before we bought this house. This is our first home together and like most people, we didn’t have a massive budget for our first house. We live in St.