Weekly Remodel Progress

It doesn’t look like a lot happened this week, but quite a few things got done. Somehow, the ceiling tongue & groove was underestimated, so a rush custom order was needed for about 300 more square feet. AND, there was a fire at the lumber yard, so we lost a few days. But other work…

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Have a spare $1.6 Million?

Do you have a spare $1.6 Million dollars to spoil yourself with some pristine mid-mod love? This incredible and original home is on the market. I’ve only seen it from the outside, but I’d like to get to the open house there on Thursday from noon to 2pm Go to MileHiModern‘s website for all of…

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Arapahoe Acres Home Tour

I’m so excited that our neighborhood is hosting a Home & Garden Tour October 3. I believe we’ll have eight homes to tour. The proceeds benefit our local elementary school, Charles Hay. My neighbor, Stacie Smith, is organizing the event and I’m trying to help with some of the planning in between remodeling fun. We’re…

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Interesting Remodel Hurdles

No remodeling project is without a little angst. And, we’re significantly uptight, so we feel a bit bad for the scrutiny that we subject our contractor and architect to. But, they’ve both been great and have humored us. We have a few small hurdles…nothing large, but just a few minor interesting things. Our back wall…

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Stripping AGAIN

I swore I’d never do mass stripping after our kitchen remodel in San Francisco. Never say never! I am the stripping queen these days. I’ve been working on the solid mahogany trim that is around the windows, door frames and closets. I used CitriStrip and Soy Gel to remove the white paint. But, there is…

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