You Guys. Let’s start by taking a moment of silence in support of my amazingly patient and supportive husband.
You see, I am one of those people who has like 1,000 ideas in my head all at once, and I am constantly switching from one thing to another. I call it Design ADD. Jer is great about listening to my ramblings and occasionally adding his own crazy ideas to the mix. He is also a fantastic accomplice when I am trying to actually materialize some of these ideas into projects.
This week for the Idaho State Journal, I wrote about Getting Started with Projects. Oftentimes that is the hardest part of the job. Just getting started. I evidently took my advice to heart this week, so that is why I have a deconstructed headboard on the floor in the center of my living room, an upturned piano bench waiting for a leg repair, and I have been prying old base moldings off in the hallway.
My little helpers make each project even more interesting to complete!
I have about 50 more projects started (I wish I was joking), but those are the ones I am focusing on today. ha.
Speaking of base moldings, the reason I am excited about removing them is because we took the carpet out of our hall and living room two weekends ago!
The wood floors underneath are completely passable by our standards, and we are loving the cleaner feel. Unfortunately, there is about an inch gap between the base moldings and the floor now.
Removing and replacing them all wasn’t really on my priority list, but we were donated a few pieces of molding from our friends after their basement remodel, and I decided to see if I liked the look and fit of the taller molding in our house. I do.
Anyway, I hope to finish our headboard after the kids are in bed tonight, and we will likely be working on baseboard or sticky tile removal this weekend. We also went to IKEA last weekend, so I have some shelves to install in the kitchen. And I would like to start my countertop refinishing project. And…and…and. But at least I’ve got a few things started.