thanks @buildingsofnewengland! ・・・
HISTORY LESSON: This tall, 2 1/2 story side-hall entry house is an example of a typical house form of the 1870s. Well-suited to the deep narrow lots being laid out at the time all over the country. Typical Italianate features include one-story polygonal bay windows, 2/2 windows and paired brackets. The addition on the right side was originally two single-story porches. Constructed between 1905 and 1920, sleeping porches were in vogue, and many later enclosed for additional square footage.
Thrifting will forever be one of my favorite “hobbies”😉 Can I just live in that painting? Happy Sunday, friends! This upcoming week is going to be hectic, but so wonderful because my dearest friend @alexisnsb is getting married on Saturday!! I cannot wait to stand beside her like she stood beside me on my special day.❤️
I think we’ll stay a while. Perfect Sunday paired with bathroom remodeling and loads of plaster dust everywhere. Keep telling myself we’ve come this far and it’s THE LAST MAJOR PROJECT! Ish. If @treger1 finished before August 1st that would mean we’ve (him mostly) tackled 13 rooms in under four years. Not too shabby. No pressure babe 😘 #lovewhereyoudwell#restorednotflipped#wisconsinsummer
I think I've now reorganised this room about 6 billion times and there will probably be another 6 billion in the future.
Best advise is to label all boxes top and side with a fairly detailed description of what's inside. No "random" or "stuff" labels. Especially if you know you won't be opening the boxes immediately. If you want to be REALLY organised then number all the boxes and keep a detailed inventory either on paper or on your computer. That way you won't have to open them to find a specific item. I'm not that organised. But maybe I should've been!
We had the best open house yesterday! 🤗 Meeting homebuyers and neighbors, hearing everyone’s feedback, learning stories about the house and its history. 🏡 Want to keep getting the exclusive on pre-MLS homes and stunning renovation projects? 🤷♀️ Send us an email and let’s take your home buying (or selling!) to the next level! Seminoleheightshomes@gmail.com
Craft sharing date night: @edwardog and I began working on a recipe box. Edward started teaching me to use his grandfather’s plane on some cedar we salvaged from the walls of our 100+ year old house during renovations last year. We’re nostalgic.
My cuts were pretty good too!