We’ve been working. Really hard. Scheduling inspections, passing them, and rebuilding our home so we can return soon. It’s been a little over two months since we’ve been displaced and we’re all just ready to return back to our comfort zone.
There’s still a lot to do, but I’m so impressed and overjoyed with all of the progress being made. We’re now in one of the exciting parts — design. We’ve opened up the kitchen, added recessed lighting — a few that dim, new fixtures, and a new layout to the master bathroom.
I think that’s one things I’m looking forward to the most. My mother had a clawfoot tub that she had always wanted to restore and didn’t get a chance to do so before she passed away. When I bought my home, I wanted to try to find some way to incorporate into my home and finally get the chance to.
The restoration process was easier than I thought. There’s still another coat that needs to go on the outside and sanding on the inside, but I can’t wait until it’s all done. Perhaps I’ll post a tutorial on that later.you
There’s still a lot of work that needs to be done — but we’re remaining hopeful and anxious about how everything will look and come together.