Entry makeover: Getting back on track
We're back with week 5 and after our setback a couple of weeks ago we're finally on our way to getting this One Room Challenge back on track. That said, we've still got a LONG way to go to make our six week deadline.
Choosing the right neutral
It's week 4 of our One Room Challlenge and we're very behind on our progress. If you read our last post you know all about our
devastatingly huge little setback. Sadly we still don't have an update on that front but we're hoping to find a solution this weekend. Trying not to be discouraged though we're attempting to move forward and this week we're talking paint.
When tiling goes wrong…
Soooo we've hit a setback with the tiling for Operation Organized Entryway. If you follow us on Instagram, you might have already seen this. Remember our beautiful honed grey basalt tile that I love and was ranting & raving over in our last post?? Yea....well.... here's how it looked the next day once the tiles were set & we snapped off all of the leveling clips...
Getting down & dirty with tiles
We're into week 3 of 6 in our One Room Challenge which means we're right at the half way mark. Aaaaannd as I write that I'm starting to feel the pressure. Last week was a bit anti-climactic with all of the researching, material sourcing & shopping but this week we really got to work.
Multi-tasking & material sourcing
Well it's Week 2 of the One Room Challenge where we're transforming one room in our house over the next 6 weeks along with the 20 chosen design bloggers as well as the 96 other bloggers playing along in the linkup rounds over at Calling It Home. In Week 1, we started things off by revealing our plans for what we're calling #OperationOrganizedEntryway (if you missed it you can go get caught up here).
Operation Organized Entryway
Well we've made it into the finishing phase of the Dreamhouse and with so many projects on the go at the same time, we're beginning to feel a little bit of blogger ADD. With the whole house to finish at once we've been having a hard time figuring how to document them all without having the blog to descend into the chaos of multi-tasking that our evenings & weekends have.