Welcome back, folks! I have just completed week two of my six-week One Room Challenge. For this week, I wanted to establish a nice neutral color to serve as a canvas for my dining room to home office renovation. That is why I chose to paint with Sherwin William’s Repose Gray.
Renovate & Repair
How often do you find yourself working in your dining room? It seems like my dining room has gradually become a catch-all for every paper and bill that makes its way to us, and I am constantly tidying up to keep it looking uncluttered. So, when the opportunity to join in with the One Room Challenge presented itself, I knew instantly that I was going to be converting this space into a dining office combo!
Over the years of renovating homes, I have come across a lot of iffy looking tile floors. Extremely dirty tile grout is generally the cause for making tiles appear past their life. But due to my obsession with having clean floors, I eventually found the solution to revive tile floors and make grout and tile look like new again.
How many times have you wished for a mud bench area in your garage (or house) to help keep all your outdoor things organized? I finally got around to adding one to my own garage, and I must say that this has got to be the easiest, DIY mud bench slatwall system!
Not long after building my garage/workshop shelves, I saw that there was definitely room for more improvement. Being a blogger who does a whole lot of woodworking, I didn’t relish the idea of all of my junk being on display during video demonstrations, so I decided that I would enclose those storage shelves and turn them into cabinets!