1811. Home sweet home for the Hughes.
Thank you for taking time to look at the transformation of our home. We are so blessed, beyond what we could have ever dreamed of or imagined.
This is the “master bedroom” upstairs, so Katie was thrilled when she realized she would have her own bathroom. She wants to paint the bathroom lime green & turquoise, but that hasn’t happened…yet.
Jay built window seats in each of the girls’ rooms.
Katie loves her purple room.
When we were looking for a house, there were a few “requirements” at the top of our list. A dining room was one of those,
We stripped the wallpaper & also removed the paneling. And, yes, the light fixture.
view from the living room
I found this at the Habitat for Humanity Re-Store, and painted it to go in the dining room.
Mom & Dad gave us these as a wedding gift.
I love the way it feels so open now.
I found the rug at Aldi’s. I know, not where I would think I would find a rug!
I bought this fabric when we were in Myrtle Beach last year, before we had a house. Mom did these panels & I love the way they turned out.
That concludes the dining room post.
the destruction/reconstruction begins
Chris ready to work.
Casey came from Georgia to help.
And Joy came from Louisiana to help.
They did the glazing of the kitchen cabinets. It was tedious, and cold, and our cabinets are beautiful! I think of my sweet friends every time I am in the kitchen.
We cleaned & painted the original hardware & it turned out great.
Becky primes some trim.
Jay & Joe working on the circuits.
Jay & Kenny, just before they installed our “lockers” that they built.
Love these lockers. They put outlets in them, so we can charge our phones & laptops.
Mom made the roman shades & treatments in the breakfast nook, also.
Befores & afters.