Look, if you’ve been reading this blog for a while, you probably noticed something about me: I only want to do a project if at least some part it sounds like a terrible idea.
The recent living room and dining room makeovers are prime examples. All I did was paint (a lot) and hang some pictures. Neither of which was a terrible idea. And I hated that project. I let myself get peer-pressured into not doing the parts that would take extra time or effort or create extra mess. Booooorrrrring. You know what would have made it more fun? Getting rid of the popcorn ceiling and adding crown molding and revamping the ceiling fan and maybe touching up the dining room chandelier.
Conservative, rational, logical DIY makeovers do. not. float. my. boat.
Which is why I’ve spent the last two weeks trying a new de-popcorning technique and testing new methods of paint stripping in the bathroom. Don’t those sound like terrible ideas?? YAY!!!Continue Reading