Wednesday, February 9, 2011
Before Shots: What the House Currently Looks Like
The first picture shows the master bedroom (covered by a piece of wood, not sure how that got there), the two smaller bedrooms, and the bathrooms.
The second shows the living room, dining room, and kitchen, and the other half of the back porch.
Above is an outside view of the house. The big windows are visible, as are some cobwebs. The front door has fallen off and will have to be reattached. The paint is chipping, and of course, there's an overabundance of not-right-sized furniture.
So, I've got a preliminary to-do list:
1. Get supplies.
(This includes paint, wood glue, and a glue gun (which my dad may have in his workshop), felt/fabric/tile for the floors, door hinges, and paint brushes. More to be added if necessary.)
2. Take out the furniture.
3. Take out the astro-turf, wallpaper, and old washcloth that all served to be "floor covering".
4. Clean the entire thing thoroughly.
5. Reglue windows.
6. Repaint outside and inside.
7. Reattach doors.
8. Recarpet and refloor.
9. Possibly get in correct size furniture
(Beds, bathroom bits, fireplace, fridge...not going to go too overboard on that bit.)
Sounds like a plan to me!