Last year, we started our first floor remodel. After getting swamped in the shop, I had to put the house project on the back burner — now, the pressure is on. I legitimately only have 1,300 hours and counting to finish a whole lot of renovations before the wife and I welcome a VERY big surprise. The team and I will be making a whole bunch of noise over the next eight weeks as we tackle the entryway, kitchen, and more. I’m excited to see this project come to completion, but at the same time, I’m stressed as heck, hoping we can finish it in time. So join along for this impromptu home renovation series.
SURPRISE! We are pregnant — well, technically, my wife is. We are so fortunate to have this baby come into our lives, but I want to make sure that the first floor of our house is completely done before that little rascal shows up. We’ve only got about eight weeks to remodel the staircase, entryway, and hopefully the kitchen.
First up, we are going to tackle the design of the closet in our entryway. I thought it would be nice to have the input of my lovely wife Sara since the house is both of ours. We decided to create an open-concept closet with drawers, a benchtop, a few hooks, and storage on the top. Make sure to watch the entire video to get an idea of what craziness will go down in the next eight weeks!
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