My own home renovation a behind the scenes look at my interior design and home improvement project!



This week I’m trying to wrap up some of the finishing touches on my home renovation! We’re still working on the last bit of the home improvement updates we started earlier this year.

I’ve had so many people ask me about my home project, and I always say the same thing…“it’s HARD working on your own project! Imagine a doctor being their own patient. It’s nuts, right?”

Taking on a new kitchen design, bathroom remodel and overall home design project was a lot!

I think most people would do more for others than they would do for themselves. I, for one, am far more disciplined and can make decisions faster when helping others! But I’m super excited that it’s finally coming together…and I can’t wait to show you the progress so far.

Fair warning, it still looks a little bleak, but here’s a behind the scenes look at what I am working on!

Watch now and then be sure to leave a comment!

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