The Meme Master PostH is for Houses - repairs and whatnot.
Okay, for those of you who don't know, a few years ago Mr. Thorne & I bought a fix-em-upper house. It's a farmhouse, 100 years older than either of us, with nary a right angle to be found. I love it. It's ours, and there's a lot of our mark to be made.
But that means a lot of work!
This summer's indoor projects are probably going to include:
* The f**ing foyer, which I started working on two years ago
and... didn't finish. It's a very small room, maybe 6'x4', but in that space are three doorways, an open closet, and something weird to be done on just about every wall. I got the walls mudded and painted, which took far more time than you'd imagine.
Left to do is framing in an overhead bin for the "closet," installing a seat, putting up hooks on the overhead bin, putting molding around the doorways, MAYBE installing a door in one of the doorways (the cats will mind, but right now you can see from the front door into the utility room), and putting in baseboard molding. I also want to maybe put in a corner shelf in one of the corners, and then I need to replace the overhead light with something nicer.
* The bathroom of doom.
Our bathroom is so ugly... (how ugly is it) It's so ugly, we entered an Ugly bathroom contest and were too ugly to win. The walls are covered in this terrifying 50's laminate masonite. So's the ceiling. The shower surround is a contrasting ugly 50's pattern. he sink's another bad pattern. And someone tried to clean our toilet (Before we moved in) with an industrial cleaner that left the toilet bowl black. It's terrifying.
Also, the light fixture is such that a bulb would hit my husband in the head, so we mostly don't use it.
To do is fixing all of that, including installing a new tub, vanity, toilet, cupboards, and tub surround, light fixture, door, walls, and, eventually, tile. So... everything. Except the shower fixtures, those are fine.
* I also want to replace the overhead kitchen lights this summer.
* And I want to start work on insulating the attic, although that requires deciding exactly what we're going to do with it in the long run, first.
And those are the house repairs for Summer 2015! I'll try to blog stuff as we do it; maybe that'll keep me on track.