Hard work really does pay off. And it really does take a village. The homeowners at 185 S. Yarrow Street worked tirelessly on this remodel. Ann Meadows, realtor extraordinaire, hired The Neighbor’s House (aka – me) to advise on the elements and finishes to get this property dressed to sell. I, in turn, brought in Ambrose and […]
what comes first in a renovation
Tuesday Tip: What Comes First In A Redesign (Besides Prescription Drugs): Phase 4 – The Final Frontier!
Allow me, just for a moment, to talk about the menu at The Cheesecake Factory. I’ve been twice, and not by choice. What I remember most of all is the sheer size of the menu. And not just for the cheesecake. The menu for EVERYTHING. To say I was overwhelmed was an understatement. After spending […]
If you’ve been keeping up with this series, you now know more about dumpsters than you ever thought possible. And they aren’t cheap, are they? That’s why the mafia is in waste management. It provides lots of opportunities to a) make money and b) dump bodies. Don’t you just love items that serve more than […]
Confession: I spent yesterday at Urban Lights oohing and ahhing with Sara C. over everything from chandeliers to pendants to some absolutely stunning sconces. It’s wrong, I know, especially considering my blog posts about how to tackle a renovation in a calm and orderly fashion. In the words of my father, “Do as I […]