I think its pretty safe to say that every summer we abandon all house projects and stay busy with all the summer events – weddings, backyard barbecues, traveling, etc etc. But now that summer is wrapping up and we don’t feel like we will die from heat when working outside, we figured we should try and get some projects wrapped up. A lot of the projects are small (like re-caulking one of our window frames), but a couple are going to be pretty big. Of course, we started with one of the biggest projects first: a new roof on my craft room!
I have been waiting for this moment for what feels like forever! I think I’ve mentioned it before, but the second we saw our house, we could already envision certain changes. One of them was to replace the craft room window with something longer and more dramatic, and follow it up with an awesome, long, shelf. Continue reading “Live Edge Shelf”
I feel like I can almost take my sweet time with this next project now that the One Room Challenge has wrapped up. And knowing that wrapping up my craft room exterior will basically finish our backyard makes me kind of sad. Like, what do people do without huge projects to do? Relax? I’m sure I will come up with something.
We made it! I am kind of in shock how much we got done in these short six weeks. And I am so happy with how everything has turned out. It feels like our home expanded by at least double with how much we are able to use our yard now. I just can’t get over it!
Well, you already know how I can’t just focus on one project at a time. But this time it isn’t my fault, I promise! So what is this project deviation? The flower beds!