I love wall hung vanities for a number of reasons. I'll list them for you here (super convenient, right?):
Let's talk about kitchen remodeling.
Without adding space, remodeling your kitchen is probably the best way to affect how you and your family use your home. There are 3 different ways to remodel your kitchen:
Are you interested in modern architecture? Are you interested in potentially making your house bigger one day? Would you like to combine the two previous questions and put a modern addition on your house? For most people these days, the answer to all 3 questions is yes. The big “but”
comes in some variation of, “But if I put a modern addition on my house, won’t it stick out like a sore thumb in my otherwise-traditional neighborhood?”
Kitchen cabinets….everybody’s got ‘em. They come in all shapes, sizes, colors, and configurations. You can get full overlay, half overlay, frameless, inset, a bevy of different door styles, and about a nonillion color options (that’s a word, trust me). Today though, I want to skip the cabinet style discussion and take a look at something basic…how do you finish the top of your wall cabinets?
[ Editor’s note: This is a story all about how, our lives got twisted and turned upside down. So I’d like to take a minute, just sit right there, and I’ll tell you how we fixed up a house that was in disrepair. ]
When Pancake and I bought our house in 2009, we set up one of the bedrooms as ours, one as a guest room, and one as an office. 5 years later, the guest room and office are gone…replaced with a toddler’s bedroom and nursery (although, we have finished the attic as a guest room, so our nimbler guests do have someplace to stay). In this post, we’ll take a look at how one little room in our house went from a nondescript office, to a little girls nursery for Stinky Face, and finally to a boy’s nursery for Monkey.