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Primary Bedroom Renovation | One Room Challenge Week 6 Update

 

Here we are at week 6 of our primary bedroom renovation. You'll be happy to know that I won't be mentioning drywall.

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Welcome to Week 6 of our Fall 2022 One Room Challenge®, our log home primary bedroom. We are trying our best  to finish this huge project in just eight weeks. And we're renovating literally from the top to the bottom!

I'll post our progress each week to keep y'all up to date on what's happening. You can also see all of the other projects that are happening for the challenge by clicking that link above.


Keep Up With All of the Updates for This Project

Week 1 |  Week 2  |  Week 3  |  Week 4  |  Week 5 | Week 6 | Week 7 | Week 8

(links will be added weekly)

This week involved quite a lot of electrical work by Mike to get power to the new chandelier. I don't even know all of what he did, but I know it was hours of work to get power up to the peak of the ceiling. 

I am so pleased with our new gifted Kichler chandelier. When we took out the two ceiling fan and light combos, I was a little concerned we wouldn't have enough light in the room. But this chandelier has 21 lights so there is way more light than we used to have!

We also got a good start on the new wide plank pine floor in the room!



Our Project Work List

I know it doesn't look like much is crossed off, but this is the bulk of the heavy work lately. I'm sure this list will grow longer and more specific, but for now here are the main jobs that need to be done:

Remove shakes from upper walls
Remove popcorn finish from upper wall
Install drywall
Remove & replace window
Install wide plank pine floors
Install door trim
Install wall trim
Elcetrical to chandelier
Install chandelier
Repair chimney
Install a reclaimed beam mantel
Install fireplace trim
Install doors for bathroom and closet
Uninstall ceiling fans
Plug holes in beams
Patch chinking
Decorate (this is open-ended lol)

As always, thanks for stopping by and following along with our renovation projects!









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