There are makeovers and then there are M-A-K-E-O-V-E-R-S. Seems the most challenging projects just keep lining up.
We arrived home to our summer house in Sweden, except what house?? If you follow this blog you know we had bad water damage this spring. Turned out it was BAD.
This is our kitchen now…Want to come over for dinner?
Yep down to the dirt floor. As I’m looking at this I realize a lot of my projects look like bombs detonated in them.
All the floor beams were damaged and had to go. The cabinets could be rescued.
New tile is needed, minor detail in this room indeed.
I guess we will not be doing any cooking in here!!
Turns out there is a covered up dirt cellar below the kitchen floor! The house was built in the 1830’s, burnt down 1870 and rebuilt so this stuff is 150 years old.
And the bathroom and laundry room by the entrance….
I giant hole, no walls or anything.
When they tore out the floor they came upon shoes and boots from the 1800’s and old pots used as bathrooms.
To be hinest Ive been very upset as you might imagine, no rest for the weary. However Luke’s summer job at my brother’s new recycling center could not have come in more handy….
Peter my very entreprenurial obsessed reclcer brother has started a genius business. He made a deal with out city here to be able to get all the stuff headed fro landfills landfills, then fix them and sell them.
I felt instantly happier when I made this happy marigold toilet purchase!
And two marigold sinks to with it. If the old bathroom is gone, a new one will have to be awesome.
Can you believe these were headed for landfills?
(You can check out a few items that are for sale online at www.aterbruket.se.
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