I have a confession to make folks.
When I got out of bed last Saturday morning and made my way to the kitchen, my (one and only 8′-6″ span of) counter looked something like this:
A quick empty and reload of the dishwasher later, it wasn’t looking so bad (aside from the red toaster that doesn’t match and the patches of green wall let over from taking down the wine racks and the painter’s tape because I’m getting ready to paint again and . . . and . . . )
I think it’s about to get a lot worse before it gets better. (It gets better, I promise).
We’re installing Crossville EcoCycle tile in color “Wetland”. It is a more commercial based tile, so super heavy-duty and the extra bonus is that it has over 40% recycled content in it. The brochure picture doesn’t do it justice, it’s a nice warm grey color with hints of tan — another chameleon like our Sherwin Williams Amazing Gray walls in the living room.
So here we go everybody. I’m holding my breath and jumping into the unknown. First house, first kitchen (small) renovation. Wish us luck!!
(PS — I should clarify that this is more of a teaser post. As you may have noticed, we move at a snail’s pace around here. I’m planning on completing all the kitchen stuff by the end of March. Two months. We’ll see.)
(PPS – JT is dragging me out to the middle-of-nowhere-Missouri tonight to look at some other Craigslist guitar he’s considering for his eBay store. Keep us in your thoughts so we don’t get mauled by ax murderers.)