I began a simple project on New Year’s Eve. Ok, I began what I THOUGHT was a simple project on New Year’s Eve. Having refinished the hardwood floors and patched and painted the plaster walls in the living room and dining room less than two years ago, the final project to finish these two rooms […]
The fall season means a lot of things here in Chicago: the warm weather begins to turn chilly, colors start changing on the trees, and for bungalow owners, the end of October means they might have a Driehaus award or honorable mention in their future!
I’ve got to be honest… I’ve walked by this bungalow for over a year and always wondered what it looked like inside.
When I realized that Karin contacted me and this was her home, I annoyed my husband for days about how excited I was to take a peek inside. I knew this bungalow was going to be special… the windows, the yard, everything about this home spoke to me.
And then I stepped inside…
The Morrissey’s purchased their first bungalow in 2014, and have worked hard to lovingly restore the original features of the home, including the art glass windows.
One of the big selling points when we purchased our bungalow in 2016 was the completely bare and unfinished…
The end of my summer in 2016 was spent rushing from property to property in the city of Chicago, trying to beat out developers who were paying cash for properties in the hopes of becoming the proud owners of a single family home. Condo-life in Edgewater was wearing thin, and my husband and I needed more space than our one bedroom and living/dining/kitchen open floor plan could provide. But if I’m being really honest