Revealing our entry level bathroom renovation: from 1960’s to modern traditional! It’s actually been finished for 5 months, but better late than never, right?
Sharing everything we accomplished in week 7, and what we have planned for week 8 (REVEAL WEEK!)… will we finish on time?! Read on to find out!
Whether you’re new around here or a long-time reader, welcome! My husband Josh and I have been renovating our 1952 home for the past 4 years, almost entirely on our own. We’re tackling the entire basement for this spring’s One Room Challenge (ORC), and it’s the final project we need to complete to call our home
This post was originally shared on my former website, OurFiftiesFixerUpper.com, in Fall 2017. When we bought our home, there was no mudroom. The dining room was a very long, awkward space with two chandeliers, a shelving unit, and a door leading out to the backyard. According to our neighbor, who has lived here since the 50’s,
This post was originally shared on my former website, OurFiftiesFixerUpper.com, in Spring 2018. A brief introduction… 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
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
Dyeing grout sounds intimidating, but I promise you it’s not as scary as it seems! I’ll be honest and say it’s a tedious, time-consuming task that requires precision and a lot of elbow grease, but for less than $15 you can completely change the look of your tile. Whether your grout has seen years of
This post was originally shared in July 2018 on my former site, OurFiftiesFixerUpper.com. Our hallway bathroom is officially and finally complete! After 3 months of hard work, we have completely transformed this space from a tiny blue, rundown dungeon to a light, bright, and open fully functional bathroom. We had attempted to get this bathroom