We started to plan this kitchen over a year ago. You might even remember our post about the simplest way to plan a home improvement project. The sketch in the notebook featured in that post is the sketch of this kitchen-to-be.
Project execution began in July 2017.
Yes, the execution began even though the design wasn’t quite finished. It still isn’t finished, to be precise.
The plan was to install the kitchen by the mid-June 2018. And yes, “mid-June” is in one week.
Here’s what happened: Continue reading “How not to plan a kitchen”
Looking back, my bathroom remodel was more like a chain of decisions than one carefully designed solution.
Probably because the designing process lasted more than a year. And because I was constantly finding myself stubbornly stuck on something I wanted even though it was quite clear I should do the opposite.
So we thought, maybe you’d like to read about my personal battles during the remodel process (while checking out how it turned out). It might be helpful, in case you’re going through something similar with the architect/designer you hired – except this was quite ridiculous since I – the client, was fighting with me – the architect.