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In a stunning turn of events... this renovation actually reached a conclusion.
It's been five months for an 850-square-foot renovation. Do not do the math.
Stage 1: delusion. Stage 2: depression. Repeat as necessary.
We had to take out the toilet, but we have cabinets now so... progress?
In these tense last weeks before cabinetry and floor installs begin, it's all painting, all the time.
A major breakthrough takes this never-ending renovation to the next stage.
There are still no floors or cabinets or sinks... but we have a stack of doors. And that's something.
This is still happening. Perhaps it always will be.
Time is melting. Tubs are shipping. Renovation purgatory continues.
The renovation continues... slowly by surely.
Expenses, exhaustion and drywall dust aplenty in this week's Reno Diary.
Our editor-at-large continues her demolition chronicles.
After a decade of writing about other people's home makeovers, our editor-at-large finally experiences a renovation of her own. What better time than a pandemic, after all, to turn your life upside down?
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