With the major part of the renovation getting close to done, it’s time for us to start some projects in the garden rental and move upstairs.
While the costs can vary depending on the scope of the work and finishes, we thought we would share at our experience with how much is needed, what some of the biggest ticket items are, and where some savings can be found.
The past two weeks have been all about the kitchen.
Now that we're in the last few weeks of our renovation, we’re confronting a problem many townhouse owners have: Where to put the couch?
Understanding even a little bit of the process can help relieve some of the stress of starting a new renovation.
We spent a lot of time picking out tile for the bathrooms, but deciding on the grout color and joint size are also key.
Doors are one of the last things we’re ordering, but they're definitely not the least expensive or least important.
Torrential downpours over the last few weeks have delayed the deck but also given us the opportunity to understand how the place is handling water.
The whitewash finish on our wood floors make them almost look like they're not real wood.
We are finally working on the tiling, hardwood flooring and plaster.