Sunday, October 26, 2008


I finally have pictures of the ol' housey house. I have to be honest, I am seriously exhausted just thinking about all of the work we have ahead of us. I hope Chad and I don't despise each other by the time this is all over. My good friend, Malea, offered this piece of advice regarding remodeling a house...go to the temple, read the scriptures and don't get divorced. To her I say...I shall do my best. And now, for your viewing pleasure...

Front of house.Landscaping to come...later.

Kitchen. Imagine...white cabinets, black quartz counters, a new island (color to be determined...either black or stainless...most likely black) stainless steel appliances and hardwood floors.

Laundry room. Not sure what to do there, yet.

Living room. Pretty much a blank canvas. I like the lone halogen light atop the fireplace insert...nice touch.


Back yard.

Basement kitchen. Yet another project to complete. Imagine...again...white cabinets, black counters and...I'm not sure what else...paint.

Basement apartment living room. Imagine...carpet, or some other form of flooring and again, paint.

Hopefully the next round of pics will be a little more a good way, I mean.

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Get that chicken outta my house!!!

Guess what Chad just told me; the previous owner of the house had animals living with them. But not just your regular household animals like cats, dogs or fish...try rabbits and chickens...what the "eff". Now I don't feel so bad ripping everything out and starting from scratch. I wondered what that musty scent was every time I walked through the door. When I referred to it as a sty, I didn't mean it literally, but it looks like that's what it really was.

Monday, October 13, 2008


Welcome to our newly made, home renovation blog. We are still in the decision making process, so nothing exciting is expected to happen for a few more weeks. Please feel free to share any renovating tips you might have. This is the first time we've ever done this, so all suggestions (from knobs to sub-contractors) gladly accepted.