A look at what I do
A blast from the past
100 year plus remodel
It's fascinating (and sometimes frightening) to find out what's behind the lath and plaster of a century old Sears Kit Home.
A winsome facelift
Antique dresser do-over
I loved the pulls on this antique dresser as well as it's solid wood construction. I deplored the gaudy bright colors. Some chalk paint and a new rustic top did wonders.
Amazing small spaces
Condo dining room nook
How to improve the look of a dining nook when space constraints made floor space a premium commodity?
Child's bedroom set
Removing layers of paint to expose the beautiful bare wood underneath was no small chore on this antique bedroom set.
Old meets new
The challenges of code requirements
It was interesting creating a stair rail that complemented the old rail on the second floor while meeting new code requirements.
The beauty of country chic
A crackled top helped ground this elegant French style piece.
Hiding a water shut-off valve
I had to find a way to hide the unsightly pipes behind a washer machine while still providing easy access for water shut off.
Like Legos for adults
Pergo style flooring
Some projects involve handcrafted hardwood, others do-it-yourself materials out of a box. Batteries not included.
Time for an update
Finding a non-intrusive replacement to match the old shingle siding was a challange.
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