Amidst a busy summer, Lee and I recently found ourselves with a very rare weekend dedicated solely to working on the house. With much of the interior projects being long-term and rather extended, we were eager for some improvement projects we could take on start-to-finish in one weekend, and boy were we thrilled with the results! I decided to share a tutorial on how we constructed our DIY lattice privacy screens on a budget. Continue reading
9 full weeks since move-in day plus a summer filled with weddings, baby showers, family weekends at the cabin, work, and we’ve still somehow managed to make a lot of progress, believe it or not!
Presently, we’ve got a deck that needs re-staining, a very scary bee’s nest in the mailbox, an extensive lawn full of mulch beds that need weeding I’m sure- I try not to look too closely, bedroom & bathroom windows that need treatments – I’m sure our neighbors will be thankful for that when it happens, not to mention around 900+ sq ft of flooring that needs to be installed and counter tops that haven’t been ordered because apparently we choose design plans that break the manufacturer’s CAD programs with impossibly creative ideas- keep your large basin undermount sinks out of the corner, folks.
Our saving grace? Every inch of this house will be improved in one way, shape, or form, and we are proud of it. Thankfully, the house has found small ways to show us its appreciation for all of our hard work and efforts: