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Remember in our last kitchen renovation update, I had shared that I was promised a finished kitchen by Christmas? Yeah, let’s all have a really good chuckle about that one. At some point, I’m sure that I’ll learn not to believe that sort of thing during a renovation project. We are majorly behind schedule. As in, this has been going on for 6 months. That being said, a lot of progress has been made since the last time I posted, so let’s talk about the good stuff, shall we? Today’s progress report is all about a hugely impactful update: our new MasterBrand Cabinets from the Diamond product line!
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It’s time for our second annual Holiday Home Tour of our tiny bungalow! Despite the renovation and all the flux of wedding planning, I still made a point to decorate the house for the holidays this year. Admittedly, I didn’t put up nearly as much decor as last year, but I am still really proud of how the tiny bungalow looks… and smells! Today I partnered with Air Wick® to treat you to a holiday home tour, plus how we make our home smell inviting and cheerful.
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In case you missed my Instagram post, I recently discovered a new personalized shopping service called Spruce Up… and I’m kind of obsessed! As you all know soooo well by now, our kitchen renovation has taken over the house. It has also inspired me to revisit the decor in pretty much every other room in the tiny bungalow, so I was thrilled when Spruce Up wanted to partner on a post. I turned to their design and style experts to help me re-style the living room and make it feel super cozy, just in time for holiday guests!
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Living in a construction site and living in a small space is quite the challenge. Honestly, it felt like the kitchen renovation had taken over our entire home (all 640 square feet of it!) until eBay reached out to share their new partnership with Havenly, an online interior design service. I knew it was time for a dining room refresh — especially because we had just re-painted the accent wall! Alexis, the Havenly designer, took that color into account when she sent the design options, which was so helpful. From there, she sourced everything we needed to get our dining room ready for hosting holiday guests — and all from eBay!
Even though I live with it every day (and complain about it just as frequently on Instagram Stories), I feel like you guys are owed a full progress report about our kitchen renovation! Truthfully, the construction has slowed down a bit as we wait for key elements to arrive. Can you believe that my goal was to reveal the new kitchen on November 14? Yeah, that’s definitely not going to happen as you’ll see in all of these photos. I’ve learned so much during this process, though… maybe our next renovation will be on time? This post isn’t the most glamorous, but I couldn’t help myself. You all have been such a big part of this project, especially on Instagram, that I wanted to give you a peek at what the status is.
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You’ve probably seen by now that Sean and I are in the midst of completely renovating our kitchen with the help of my dear friend and amazing designer, Sarah, from Room for Tuesday (to catch up on the renovation process, click here). I cannot even begin to tell you how excited I am for the completed space. Our kitchen has been a thorn in my side since moving into #mytinybungalow, so demoing it to pieces felt extremely satisfying. With a kitchen renovation, though, comes a ton of decision making, especially when it comes to new appliances. And I don’t know if you’ve ever browsed through the appliance section at your local box store or cruised them online, but –holy wow- are there a lot of choices and options. If you are in this boat too (or will be soon), I have a few tips I want to share that can hopefully help you feel a little less overwhelmed by the process and understand why we chose KitchenAid appliances to make our kitchen look and feel like the space we have been dreaming about since we bought our home!
Our kitchen renovation is rolling right along. Currently, we’re working on updating the electrical work and removing the old knob and tube wiring, then comes leveling the floor. But let’s talk about something a little bit more fun and way prettier: material selections! Sarah, aka Room for Tuesday, has worked really hard to narrow down the finishes, textures, and materials for our kitchen remodel and they are truly stunning. Today I wanted to share some of our thinking about the choices and give you a glimpse into how it’s coming together so far.
p.s. be sure to follow me on Instagram because I’ve been sharing soooo much behind-the-scenes footage of our renovation.