Old House Chronicles: The Window Treatment

The new windows are IN! Obsidian (aka Black) was definitely the correct choice. IN. LOVE. We are now at the point where Old House begins to be put back together instead of being torn apart so I am feeling good about this!

 

I am still not thrilled about my brown roof and I think it just has to be changed to black. Dying inside over this. I think its decision time. Black roof. Moving on.

 

What Laura’s Pinning | A peek into her Pinterest

We love to keep up with what’s going on in Laura’s creative train of thought by stalking her . She’s totally infatuated with room design inspirations, which she pins to one of her best boards (in our opinion) “” Other than that, she loves pinning up awe inspiring little trinkets, or gettups, from inspiration derived by her little ones at home. Here’s a look into a few of her latest favorite products. Want more Laura on your Pin Boards? Follow her . Or, follow the entire Dbh-biz.info team .

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Old House Chronicles: Meltdown Edition

Old House is currently adorned with an enormous pile of dirt, complete with various plumbing pipes and old shingles sticking out at all angles. This is the point in the construction/renovation process where every homeowner has a meltdown to some degree. I thought I would be different, seeing as I handle these projects just like this all of the time. Turns out I’m not different. I may actually be worse than most! Being the OCD person that I am,  I had a total meltdown over the huge pile of dirt with pipes and shingles sticking out. Speaking of shingles… I hesitate to even mention this but here goes. See my lovely new brown roof in the background. Operative word… BROWN. I thought I was getting a black roof to match my wonderful new windows and doors (which I hear are going in this weekend!). I take the brunt of the blame here.Total miscommunication on my part. I wisely said to my builder “please match the existing roof.” To me, this meant a BLACK roof, just like was on the house when I bought it, only brand spankin’ new. To my builder it meant “match the roof as it looked when it was installed 30 years ago before all of the brown part washed away and exposed all of the black part beneath it.” Hence, brown roof. Resolution to this issue to come…

Lots Going on at Dbh-biz.info!

Some quick updates and vignettes from our Villa De Luxe Showhouse “Writer’s Cottage” – sorry they are just teasers! Luxe magazine has first dibs on the full interior images because it is getting published in their April 2013 issue. So, teasers is all we have for now – you’ll just have to see it in person when it opens to the public on February 1! Lots more on our Instagram @. Follow us today!

Could that be a fabulous hanging bed??
Killer brass stud covered bookshelf with custom covered books & brass elephant!
Custom wall work with treasures from our “writer’s” worldly travels.

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PS. Next week we will also have an updates on Laura’s Old House Chronicles! Stay tuned.

Old House Chronicles: Slow But Steady

Seems that the tag line for Old House will turn out to be “slow but steady”. The weather has not been friendly lately and has been holding up our big plans for progress. Despite our rainy start to the week, much of the framing has been completed! Supposedly, electrical will begin next week. Without the roof installed at this point, I can’t even imagine installing wiring. I have been assured that is the case so I should have an electrifying (wow – painful to write but I just can’t help myself) report for next week!