So I’ve been dreading bedroom #2, and there’s a reason for that: Bedroom #2 was not only the one with the most stuff, but it also had a CARPET in … Continue reading Bedroom #2
Tonight I finished the Living Room.. in other words, I did the hallway (top) and in front of the front door (I couldn’t move everything out at once, so I … Continue reading LR: Day 3
Picked up some swatches for the 1st bedroom. Since the king-sized comforter is [hypoallergenic] white, and its taking up residence in a queen-sized room, it’s the determining factor in the color … Continue reading Fun with Paints (not with Colors)
Tonight I finished the Living Room.. and don’t get excited, its not empty.. in fact, no where in the house is. I move everything from the room being mopped to … Continue reading LR: Day 2
So today I didn’t take up a lot of time, I do have a business to run and, unfortunately, 2 sinks in my house that won’t drain (like, at all). … Continue reading LR: Day 1
Now the 3rd bedroom is the smallest bedroom, and will likely be my ‘extra’ space. I do have a plan for it, but to start, it must be emptied out and finished, like everything else.
I thought I took a before shot, but I guess I didn’t. The stuff that was in there was piled up from the 1st room, I moved it out and finished the floor.
This was only 2 coats of Lustre, but looks pretty decent, as this will be a less traffic area. This room will likely have my little pallet sofa (if I ever finish it), and a bookshelf.. And since my old one isn’t very transferable, I’ll be making a new one.
Next Project: Hardwoods in the Living Room
This is my first post, so it will stink, and it will be incomplete.
Im starting with the main bedroom. I figure as long as I can get my BED in the house, I can move in right away really.. Work on junk removal once I’m in there.
So first things first: The Floors. The living room and three bedrooms are hardwoods, and they are old. I decided to polish the floors myself and not have them sanded and done the fancy way. I’m OK with a little character (read: a lot of character) if its saves me $800 ATM, so manual labor it is.
This week I emptied out the main bedroom (I’ve actually moved things around all three of them a little so far, not having a plan yet), cleaned and swept the floor, and then applied three coats of the luster.
Its not like new, but does look better. Here is a before and after. Its not the best shot since I didn’t think about doing a B&A until after I finished the floors.
Next Project: bedroom #2