The saying goes, “Better late than never, right?”
So while we’re starting this challenge a couple of days late, it’s still a great idea that we’re using March to focus on getting done at least one project that we have been putting off!
For this month, 32 readers and myself decided to tackle just one space or project in our houses that we’ve been meaning to get done, but just never got around to do it. This month we’re committing to making it happen!
Meet the challengers and our spaces!
Meet the Challengers!
This is my lovely garage! While I don’t expect to have everything in here done in 30 days, I am focusing on turning that back cabinet against the wall into a pretty, functional workspace and scrap wood bin. I’d also like to power wash and maybe….just maybe….paint the floor, but I can’t make any promises on the “painting” part! 😉
Joyce is working on this bedroom. She wants to clean out th eroom, gut it, add sheetrock, and paint the walls!
Maria said, “My goal for this project is to organize it, get rid of things I don’t need, and add more storage, like drawers or fabric storage bins. I’m a very disorganized person when it comes to putting shoes or clothes away, they always end up on the floor or on a chair, so I don’t even know if I’m going to accomplish anything. But the main goal here is to keep everything in its place. ;-)”
Patty’s fixing up her daughters bedroom! She wants to paint the walls, paint several pieces of furniture, and decorate!
Teckla’s turning her junk room into a sewing room! She may just be switching her rooms around to make it happen, too!
Sherry’s painting and staining this mid-century modern dresser!
Gwen’s going through her attic contents and calling for donation and making it organized.
Cynthia’s Front Entry
Cynthia wants to make her entry pretty and organize her shoes better.
Jodi’s going to be painting her kitchen cabinets and tiling her backsplash!
Rachel’s twin daughter’s room is getting a “Frozen” makeover, per their request!
Letty’s living room has been on-going but they plan to complete it this month. They’re getting rid of the wrought iron railing and adding new floors.
Her husband is constructing the knee wall to replace the dated wrought iron railing, and the floors are installed (professionally) but they have yet to start the board and batten.