Wow. Demo is something else. Covered in dust yet? Hopefully you won't need to go upstairs for anything for a while. P.S. -Liking the craigslist lineup. :)
Thanks so much for the comment -- Hope you'll stop by again!P.S. You're pretty much my hero! I definitely have that DIY spirit ... Alas, dear husband does not. Love how brave you are. :)
Wow! That's a major reno girl! I feel your pain and excitement on this. Our master bath has been undergoing a remodel and it's taking for.ev.er!
@ My Beautiful Life~ Actually, there is another set of stairs in the backyard. Don't ask.I'm hoping to get some $$$ for the Craigslist items! Every bit counts, right?
@ Katie~ My husband is very DIY. Sometimes to a fault. ; )
@ Brandi~ "Pain & excitement" is exactly the right phrase to describe it. For now, I'm just happy to be started with it.
wow! what a huge difference that makes with the spiral gone! it makes everything so open and bigger. i'm so excited for you!
Kind of sad the spiral staircase is gone. I LOVE spiral staircases. But, they are more amazing in theory than in practice. I lived in an apartment that had a spiral staircase, and while it looked beautiful (and realized a life long dream of mine), it ultimately was an anticlimactic space whore that ruined my dreams of what a spiral staircase can and should be.heheh good luck with the renovation!
Wow! that is a demo...I am sure it feels great to see such progress. How exciting!
@ Teresa~ When I walked in, I was stunned. It makes such a difference.
@ Mary~ I know!! I always wanted a spiral staircase, too. In fact, my brother was shocked to hear that we were ripping that sucker out, because he remembered how I loved them. But they're just not as cool as *the fantasy*.
@ elizabeth~ How come it's such a disaster at the beginning of the progress?! I guess it makes that latter more spectacular, right?