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Paneling makeover

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Our Fixer Upper One Year Later, Marquette House Before and Afters, One Year Progress, Seventies House Fixer Upper, Our Fixer Upper,

This week marks one year since we moved into our Marquette House. That's twice as long as we spent in our prior fixer upper, the Retro Ranch. When we purchased this house we needed a break. We needed a house that wasn't a 'fixer upper'. We needed a house that we could move into and not have to get straight to work on. We were burnt out and ready for a break. Ha! At least I *thought* I wanted a break. Turns out that I just don't know how to take a break, and updating a home is somewhere deep…

Now, with Youtube videos for guidance, DIY has never been easier and more available to everyone. Of course, there are still certain areas where a professional

Now, with Youtube videos for guidance, DIY has never been easier and more available to everyone. Of course, there are still certain areas where a professional is definitely needed, but sometimes all it takes is some basic carpentry, a lick of paint and a creative mind to make even the most rundown room look fresh and modern!

Say goodbye to 1970's knotty pine wood paneling and give your room a fresh new start. Zinsser Bulls Eye 1-2-3 Primer is the perfect start for your wood paneling living room makeover, like this one from SoPo Cottage. This water-based primer sticks to all surfaces without sanding, while sealing stains and tannin bleed. Your walls will thank you.

Say goodbye to 1970's knotty pine wood paneling and give your room a fresh new start. Zinsser Bulls Eye 1-2-3 Primer is the perfect start for your wood paneling living room makeover, like this one from SoPo Cottage. This water-based primer sticks to all surfaces without sanding, while sealing stains and tannin bleed. Your walls will thank you.

design-art-life: how to "whitewash" wood paneling with paint. 1.Strip   2.Sand   3.Vacuum   4.Wipe   5.Paint (25% paint, 75% water)   6.Wipe excess   7.Steel Wool

I have clients who have bought a house in upstate New York. They are a NYC couple who are transitioning their lives to working and living full time upstate and going into the city as they need to. They admired this house from afar, and when it came onto the market a year later, they snatched it up immediately. They are now going through the process of renovating it to become the home of their dreams. Like any renovation project, they are discovering all sorts of issues and dilemmas that are…