The homeowners at the Durham project really steamrolled through this quick update with the help of their contractor who actually listened when they said, we have to finish this in a month before our baby is born. What happened in about…Read More
Sarah’s passion for architectural renovation and interior design is manifested through her side job with Beaver Path Properties. She shares the process of each of those projects with you guys here on The Estate of Things! Many of the projects that she has brought to life have captured the hearts of renovation junkies online. Dig into the chronicle of each of these projects below.
Here’s a little work up I did just to make sure the client and I were on the same page. As it turned out we were. This is the general direction we’re sending that 1980s colonial kitchen at the Durham project,…Read More
You were introduced last week to the Durham project, thats the neo-colonial getting a little update. We want to tackle the determination of where to place the TV and how to improve, repair or remove the existing built-ins on either…Read More
Allow me to introduce you to my newest gig, the Durham project. The Durham project is a neo-colonial, two-story house constructed in the 1980s. It’s the first home for this growing family and they’ve saved and budgeted for some remodeling…Read More
My official campaign to paint our french windows black has launched, and this is it.
I’m curious to see how the dude votes.
All in favor say YAY!Read More
Part of the move-in process includes a fresh start by repainting the entire interior. I’m talking walls, trim, windows, doors and ceilings. It’s no minor task designing our new home from scratch. Every day presents a new decision, but we’ll…Read More
My mind is often prone to wander off towards dreams and fantasies of a more unrealistic nature, which is why I presume – when we have a whole brand new house to plan for with reasonable needs like space planning…Read More
We revealed the Bennett Kitchen renovation last week and I thought it would be nice to chat for a minute about the design process and that final layer, the one where all of the living and working comes into play….Read More
The Bennett kitchen renovation is ready for its debut. There’s no two ways about it the Bennett kitchen was one sick puppy but now it’s a charming southern cottage kitchen with a splash of SoCal. Let’s take a look at…Read More
At some point in the house hunt, the dude and I started referring to the blue paned house, aka Silver Springs as Shaniqua. It is a reference to the street it’s on, but really it’s more about personifying the home that we…Read More
Now that the house purchase is complete, we will happily be bringing the HOUSE HUNTING series to a close. (… until Sarah decides to move again, which could happen any minute knowing her crew.) But as for us, let’s have…Read More
Are we all getting bored of this house hunt yet? Lord knows I am. The last offer was void of the normal adrenaline rush. I mean, it’s always a roller coaster, and believe me — when the news came in that…Read More
We are really cooking now in the Bennett kitchen, um not literally, but we are getting really close. This is the fun part of a renovation. When the cabinets are installed I get really excited because the space and design…Read More
The Bennett kitchen renovation is in it’s 4th week. We should check in because things are really starting to move along now. What the crew has already completed: demo removed old hazardous electrical wiring underneath house installed new plumbing pipes…Read More
The door to the laundry room at the Bennett kitchen renovation is a newly installed pocket door. I’m thinking about painting it an accent color and I’m considering a bright, pacific blue like this fabric, Aqua is a big fan favorite…Read More