- Chronicling the renovation of a rather large, rather old, two-family home in Boston.
Tag Archives: painting
An endless supply of Scary Closets
Oh, hey, what’s that over there in the corner of the bedroom? A ball of dog hair and dust the size of a tumbleweed? No, not that, the other thing. Oh! A door! Well where does it lead? You don’t know? … Continue reading
Posted in I Can See The End Tagged arms, Before and After, paint, painting, progress, scary closet, stairs, wallpaper, walls Leave a comment
730 days and counting
Happy two-year anniversary, you giant, paycheck-stealing, pretty, endless, battleship of a house, you. As Hurricane Sandy was hitting NY and rain and wind were threatening to close the attorney’s office and registrar where our signing would be recorded that day, we … Continue reading
Posted in The Beginning Tagged back in the day, backyard, Before and After, closing, decisions, first floor, Jesus bust, money, painting, second floor, third floor, this old house Leave a comment
Rebuilding the calluses
Getting back to work after a few months off is hard. Really hard. Really, really hard. Not that we didn’t know that, but after so many Saturdays and Sundays not working, we’re moving slowly. But we’re moving! So there’s that. We … Continue reading
Posted in The Beginning Tagged back to work, backyard, bagster, greyhound, orange, painting, reggie Leave a comment
Spring has not sprung in New England. But that doesn’t matter. We’re still excited to try out some lovely colors on the exterior of this old, brown, peeling lady.
Posted in The Beginning Tagged black and white, grey, paint, painting 1 Comment
Been Painting the Third Floor
My helper. Doing a lot of helping.
Posted in The Beginning Tagged dog, greyhound, painting, third floor 3 Comments