Monthly Archives: January 2014

Our First PSA: Don’t Get Histoplasmosis

Making improvements to an old house is rewarding and exciting as long as everyone stays safe, right? I often find myself reminding Robby to wear a mask as he heads into the crawlspace to work on a project. No matter … Continue reading

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Planning Another Heart Pine Furniture Project

Christy and I are fast approaching our five year anniversary in April. It’s our first big one and we’re pretty stoked. It really doesn’t seem that long ago that we were married in the backyard of our crazy old house. … Continue reading

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Turn an Old Ladder into a Wall Pot Rack – DIY

Cost, Skills, Tools: The cost of this job can vary greatly based on how and where you find the materials. We spent fifty bucks on the set of antique solid copper pots at an auction. The ladder section came from … Continue reading

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