One of the first things we did after moving in, even before getting any new furniture was to get some window coverings to replace the paper ones and the ones we had made out of torn sheets. We ended up going the custom route and are so happy we did.
Another project I completed a while back was designing, building, and mounting a custom hook rail for coats in our front entryway.
Our drink station was completed long after we moved in and I'm showing you what we did and how it's organized, section by section.
We've made a few updates to the Downtown Luxury Slum but first let's talk about kitchen floor mats. I'll show you what we decided on, some things to consider when choosing your own kitchen floor mat, and I'll share a few favourites.
A small downtown kit house and a large Victorian in North Carolina Wine country are two more slums with luxury potential.
The big renovation of the Downtown Luxury Slum is complete and although we still have a number of small projects to work on, it's time to start looking for a new slum.
Some final touches (like heat) lead to the house finally being livable. Why we need heat in the south in March is beyond me, but it seems to be important this year.