The act of restoring; renewal, revival, or reestablishment
Restitution of something taken away or lost
Something that is RESTORED, as by RENOVATING
My first post in this restoration series for 2018 is all about something very tangible… it’s anxiety-inducing, exciting, and overwhelming. There are so many emotions surrounding this event because it is something we’ve been talking about doing for years, and just never pulled the plug. We’ve spent hours on Pinterest and have watched way too much Fixer Upper to get to this point.
Our house is 28 years old and we’ve lived in it for nine years. Both bathrooms leave something to be desired, but the master bathroom is hardly what anyone would consider a master bathroom. It’s small, and the way it was originally configured was very inconvenient. It’s been prone to mold, feels cramped, and is definitely showing its age. Over time we’ve painted it a few times, changed out the shower curtain, and switched out the fixtures, but we’ve developed a major need to renovate it. We have decided that it’s beyond cosmetic updates at this point…
We are demolishing and restoring it.