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Five Reasons To Document Your Renovation

Five Reasons To Document Your Renovation

When beginning a home renovation, there are a multitude of things to consider — cost, time, materials, permits, etc. But have you ever considered documenting your project to be an intregal part of not only the process, but a beneficial one?

The Chronicles of Refinishing a Claw-Foot Tub: Finding Clementine

The Chronicles of Refinishing a Claw-Foot Tub: Finding Clementine

When we bought our house in 2007, we did it fully intending to renovate it from top to bottom. We looked at the modestly-sized home for its bones, and were sold on the fact that most of the major structural repairs, such as the windows, roof, plumbing, and siding had […]

Donate Instead of Dumping

Donate Instead of Dumping

As you begin a one-room or whole-house renovation, the thought of disposing of the excess of old furniture and building materials can be daunting. Yet there are options for smart disposal, and as a bonus, they’re environmentally friendly! The ReStore offers services like pickups and salvage, and also stocks secondhand […]

Stuff White People Like: #37 Renovations

Stuff White People Like: #37 Renovations

For those of you that aren’t aware Stuff White People Like is a website is not meant to be taken seriously and if you’ve got a sense of humor you may get a chuckle about #37 on their list Renovations. Here’s a snip: But it is important to note that […]

Small Scale Renovations for $1,500

Small Scale Renovations for $1,500

We’ve been following @homesavvi on Twitter and they led us to this interesting article from the Washington Post about home renovations starting at $1,500. These 3 ideas come from William K. Millholland of Case Design/Remodeling and our favorite is the closet upgrade that pays immediate dividends to your quality of […]