Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Still Renovating


We are still plugging away with our home renovations - As you would know it is a very expensive, time consuming and frustrating time.  To top it all off we also had some flooding around 2 weeks ago and in my studio which has made it worse.  So everything is currently out of the studio and clogging up numerous other areas of the house.  

The damage has now been repaired and I am currently waiting for the painter to give me a date that he can paint the room - I figure that I might as well paint it whilst it's empty but as each day ticks by I am getting increasingly frustrated !!  But I must remember the BIG picture - I will have a lovely studio once it's all painted and finished.


Today I thought I would show you the pictures of the bathroom all finished.  I have included some "before shots" so you can get a look at how "pine" it really was !!  I wasn't sure how the cream spa and basin along with the tiles was going to look and I can't afford to replace them at the moment but I have to say that I am pretty happy with how it all finished up.


Pretty different huh?


I love how clean and fresh it makes it look.


So we have now almost finished 3 bedrooms, a hallway, back porch and bathroom - I will show you some more "before" and "after" shots soon.  The new blinds have been measured up today so we are very close to a finish up that end of the house.

Hugs - Fee x










4 comments:

Val Spiers said...

I have been through the renovation thing. It is so trying and I feel for you. The bathroom certainly does look more modern and fresh looking. Fabulous.
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Wendy B said...

It's looking fabulous Fee...... pity the flood came right in the middle of it, but maybe it was a blessing in disguise???
xox hugs ....big sugary ones, at that! :o)

Leanne - Sunshine & Fabric said...

The renovations are looking fantastic! Lots of hard work....enjoy the finished product. Hang in there. Good on you :)

KaHolly said...

It's looking perfectly divine!! Doesn't leave much sewing time, does it?