Renovations
Aug 12, 2010

the downside of renovations

By: Natalie DiScala
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Renovations
Aug 12, 2010

the downside of renovations

By: Natalie DiScala
Breathe in. Breathe out. Breathe in. Breathe out. It seems I have to keep reminding myself to just breathe these days. If you've been following along with my blog posts, you know that I'm mid-renovation right now. I'm working with the talented and infinitely understanding designer Lisa Canning and we're making great progress. This process is turning out to be a lot of work (Lisa is doing most of the hard legwork!), a lot of decisions and a lot of fun. But there are moments when I see my home turned upside down and my heart stops. But I just have to remind myself: It's only temporary. Everything will be returned to its rightful state soon enough. So here's how things are looking right now: condo-kitchen This is my kitchen minus its cabinet doors. We've sent the door and drawer faces away to be lacquered white. I think it'll look great and am excited to see the final results but seeing my kitchen like this makes me unhappy. And reminds me I need to get organized. condo-floors This is the living room. We've removed the baseboards in preparation for laying new floors and installing new baseboards. The flooring is from Tarkett and I've chosen a bamboo wood in Solid Onyx, a deep, dark brown. I think the new floors will make an enormous difference and can't wait to have them installed. Installation is scheduled for Monday by the folks at End of the Roll, Milton. condo-bedroom And finally, here's my bedroom. My bedroom isn't even getting a makeover but it's become the storage space for all of my old furniture from the living room because there's nowhere else to put it at the moment. So basically, everything I own has been crammed into my bedroom. So, as you can see, my home is turned completely upside down. I can't wait to reach the end of this process!
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the downside of renovations