My husband and I are not what most people call handy. I am still impressed they passed me in woodshop. I varnished my project to a table and had to use a crowbar to get it off. That is the level of competency I am working with.
But we decided to purchase a Victorian home that is over a hundred years old and in need of a lot of DIY projects. I mean everything from painting and repointing the stone basement to electrical work and a kitchen that needs to be demolished ASAP (okay, the last one I won’t be installing the new kitchen, but I will enjoy tearing out every beadboard inch of the old one.)
Keep an eye out for the different project posts, but as a quick reference, here are some pictures of the BEFORE. These are the images that were taken by the relator selling the house. I ended up tackling a lot of projects without taking my own BEFORE images. And in case you can’t see. All the white in the kitchen? That is all beadboard!
Follow our journey project by project and skill by skill!