When I watch this video, it really does feel like we’re in the home stretch. If there is one piece of this massive kitchen-shaped puzzle that has been missing, it’s the sink. After 6 months of washing dishes either with the hose (it is currently 22 degrees in Seattle) or in the bathtub… our new farmhouse sink is positively a dream.
I can’t even believe I’m writing this post, but here we are. Given last week’s kitchen update, you’d think I am totally over renovations! While I couldn’t even imagine adding another project to my plate, these types of things take a fair amount of planning. Also, I just so happen to be an obsessive planner. With all of that being said, this is the list of home renovation goals we hope to accomplish in 2019!
Not gonna lie, you guys. Editing this kitchen renovation progress report video was pretty hard for me. If you’ve followed the renovation on Instagram, you probably know some of the behind-the-scenes updates. I wanted to go ahead and share even more about what’s been doing on and (quite frankly) some of the drama we’ve been dealing with here on the blog. It was really important for me to show you guys both the good and the bad of renovating — and that everything isn’t always perfect, even in Blogland.
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After last week’s kitchen renovation update about the cabinets, it’s time to share even more progress… we officially have a tile floor! For the most part during this renovation, Sean and I have been able to do the work either ourselves or in tandem with our contractor (more on him to come…). But tile is a totally different story. I feel like we could have handled a straightforward tile shape, like a subway. But I had to be fancy and choose the Chaine Homme from Fireclay Tile! So we brought in a tile master named Dan to install it. As you’ll see in the video, Dan is a trip.
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Thanks to our kitchen remodel and the New Year, I have been on a tear going through our tiny bungalow and making changes to every room. Whether that means reorganizing our credenza, giving the bathroom a fresh coat of paint, or purging unwanted clothing, I’ve taken the past few weeks to make some major changes throughout our home. Our small bedroom is my latest project! I teamed up with Soraa Home to update our lighting, plus make a few more changes in the bedroom.
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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.