One Room Challenge: Week 6 – It’s flooring time!

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There’s just 2 weeks left in the Fall 2021 One Room Challenge and I’ve made quite a bit of progress in the Kitchen. I still have quite a bit of work to do, but I’m so happy with my progress so far.

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One Room Challenge: Week 5 – Cabinet Progress, Small Setbacks, and Project Sources

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There’s 3 weeks left in the Fall 2021 One Room Challenge and I’m excited and a little nervous about the remaining weeks. So let’s start with the exciting parts first.

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Cabinet Progress

I’ve always wanted shaker cabinets for my kitchen. There’s just something so classic about them. After looking into pricing to buy replacement cabinet doors I knew that I was either going to have to sand and reuse my current doors or build my own. So, of course I decided to try building my own.

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One Room Challenge: Week 4 – Design School from a DIYer

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We’re at the half way point of the Fall 2021 One Room Challenge and although it might look like my kitchen is in shambles, it’s actually really starting to take shape. I’ve put quite a bit of literal blood sweat and tears into the kitchen so far and we’re on the verge of getting to make it look good again.

One thing I hear people talk about is how DIYers are not designers and although that might be the case for some people, I know that there’s plenty of DIYers and self taught designers that rival formally trained and educated interior designers. So today, I’m sharing my tips and tricks for creating well desgined spaces when you’re “just” a DIYer.

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