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Young House Love

House Crashing: A Jaw-Dropping Old House Transformation

House Crashing: A Jaw-Dropping Old House Transformation

It goes without saying that we’ve always been suckers for a good before & after (show me someone who isn’t and I’ll show you someone who hates fun). But thanks to our adventures in
#107: Are We All Getting Sick Of Watching Big Renovations?

#107: Are We All Getting Sick Of Watching Big Renovations?

We can’t be the only ones noticing that all of the renovations on TV and online seem to be snowballing. Whatever happened to those budget decorating shows and use-what-you-have makeovers? And who
A Simple Mega-Hook Rail For Your Mudroom

A Simple Mega-Hook Rail For Your Mudroom

Warning: the following project may contain subject matter that is remarkably easy to do, but highly satisfying. Reader discretion is advised. We’ve now made two large DIY hook rails and each time
#106: What’s It Really Like To Downsize?

#106: What’s It Really Like To Downsize?

Sure it’s fun to imagine what it would be like to downsize and live in a significantly smaller space, but this week we’re talking to a family of 4 (with a giant dog!) who took the leap and moved from
My Top Four Tips For Scoring The Best Secondhand Finds

My Top Four Tips For Scoring The Best Secondhand Finds

I take pride in some very strange things. Being able to cartwheel into a pool for example. Or knowing every single word to old commercial jingles and 90’s rap songs. Or the fact that John and I, two
#105: Sherry Vs. The Bathtub, Duplex Edition

#105: Sherry Vs. The Bathtub, Duplex Edition

We seem to have a sore spot with tubs, and the duplex renovation has proven to be no exception. So today we’re sharing how a strategic money-saving decision saved us 30% off a huge renovation line
Ikea Hacking A Malm Into A Built-In Dresser

Ikea Hacking A Malm Into A Built-In Dresser

There will always be a special place in my heart for a good Ikea hack. Not that I’m dubbing this one especially involved (it’s actually wonderfully simple – which means anyone can do it). All it took
#104: This Is How You’re Annoying Your Contractor

#104: This Is How You’re Annoying Your Contractor

We turned the tables and asked dozens of contractors – including our own! – what THEY wish we, their clients, did differently. We learned their biggest client pet peeves (we’re certainly guilty of
Fourth of July Party Recipes, Ideas, & General Insanity

Fourth of July Party Recipes, Ideas, & General Insanity

Every year on Instagram Stories I share photos from our friend’s insanely over-the-top party for the Fourth of July. And each year we gets tons of requests for a post with all the photos and links to
#103: Regrets From Our Beach House Reno

#103: Regrets From Our Beach House Reno

It turns out that restoring a vintage stove isn’t all cupcakes & rainbows, so this week we’re revealing some of the quirks that you can’t see from a pretty picture. We’re also spilling the beans
Our Pea Gravel Patio, Garden Lights, & Your Other Backyard Questions Answered

Our Pea Gravel Patio, Garden Lights, & Your Other Backyard Questions Answered

The sheer number of questions we got on this instagram post made it clear that we haven’t kept you sufficiently updated in the backyard department. We’ve had some MAJOR changes – including hiring out

#102: Are Islands Ruining America’s Kitchens?

Islands are a staple of most modern kitchens, but this week we explore why not everyone is a fan (including what we realized is a negative about the island situation in our own kitchen). Plus, we’ve
Making A Concrete Coffee Table Top

Making A Concrete Coffee Table Top

Hey, good news! I finally have a place to put my feet up in the beach house living room. Or, as Sherry would state this good news: we finally have a coffee table! light fixture / ceiling medallion /
#101: Should We Paint Our Brick House White?

#101: Should We Paint Our Brick House White?

Our urge to paint the exterior of our brick house white has been growing lately, but there are still some concerns holding us back. So today we’re diving into the pros & cons that we’ve been
Quick & Easy Landscaping At The Beach House

Quick & Easy Landscaping At The Beach House

A few weeks ago we shared on Instagram how we (finally) landscaped the front yard at our beach house in Cape Charles. But we wanted to give you some more details on how we knocked it out in just a few
#100: So We Had To Quarantine The House…

#100: So We Had To Quarantine The House…

Nothing like an infestation to drive you from your home for a few days, am I right? We’re sharing the whole itch-inducing story, including why we had to leave, and what we did to resolve the issue
Duplex Style Inspiration (& How Each Side Will Be Different)

Duplex Style Inspiration (& How Each Side Will Be Different)

We showed you our beach house style inspiration while the pink house was barely starting to come back together. And now that the duplex is at that same stage, we wanted to share our “vision” for its
#99: Our Latest (And Grossest) Home Experiment

#99: Our Latest (And Grossest) Home Experiment

When you put a lot of time or money into a project, you’ll go to great, weird, and sometimes gross lengths to protect it. We’ve got all the details in this week’s episode, along with a story that
45 Tools You Should* Own

45 Tools You Should* Own

We get a lot of questions about what tools people should own and they only seem to pick up steam as we approach Father’s Day (are us dads really that predictable? Never mind, don’t answer that).
#98: Why Some Houses We Designed Never Saw The Light Of Day

#98: Why Some Houses We Designed Never Saw The Light Of Day

A few years ago we embarked on a design project with a local builder that we were very excited about… but it all fell apart for reasons we never anticipated (and it still bums us out). We’re sharing