Example of Awesome Renovation

Example of Awesome Renovation

Joe and Jane, in a gigantic renovation, restored their ancient dwelling to its former glory, making a great family home in New York. The photograph below reveals just how much work went into this project. Have a look at the complete tour to see how the house owners integrated some hidden storage into the dining space as well! When contemplating constructing or renovating your property, some inspiration never hurts.

Though they needed to change the beyond-repair tin ceiling with a plaster model, the homeowners added to the room by installing beadboards. The table, chairs, and rug are household heirlooms, and the chandelier is customized. They used a lot of stainless-steel as well. This now cost much less than it used to.

With cool grays, tender yellows, and clean traces, this vintage home was greatly improved. The brilliant area features newly painted cupboards, contemporary benches, and a new laminate wooden ground.

Here is a picture of the new living room. A high quality light brown rug provides the space with its own identity. This room doubles as a visitor room, complete with five beds and lounge area for the guests.

Dear readers

This is my first blog, but I am determined to make it worthwhile! : )

I am 20 years old and I live together with my girlfriend in Austin, Texas. We have just recently bought a house. I am so happy with it!

I loved to play video games and watch series, but nowadays I spend most of my time working on the house. It is old house that we are renovating and I would like to use this blog to share the process. To give you an idea, this is what it looked like when we got it:


We have worked hard the last few weeks but there is so much more to do.

What we have done already:

  • Fix the piping. Water/sewage was not in order.
  • Redid alot of the woordwork.

We’re now very busy with cleaning everything, because some parts really were disgusting. We have done what we can with the stuff that we have, but we decided we really going to have to need a pressure washer. We thought about renting one, but that is not going to work out. There is too much to do. I thus set to the task of finding out what washer will get the most bang for my buck. I think I will describe how I go about it in my next blog. Until next time!