The One Room Challenge has officially come to an end…but I’m one of the select few who have added an unofficial 7th week.
Oh, the pantry. For 15 months, it’s been a disorganized mess, just like the other areas I’m focusing on. When we moved in, I threw everything in, filled it to the brim, and left it. Now I’m rearranging it all in a way that makes sense and adding shelving to maximize storage space.
In Week 4 of the one Room Challenge, I struggled to make final decisions on cabinet paint color and accent wall design. Keep reading to see the choices I’ve narrowed it down to.
Week 2 of the one Room Challenge saw a little laundry room progress and a little out-of-state travel. Read on to see what got done and what didn’t.
Since this is the fifth time I’ve participated in the One Room Challenge, a six-week-long event where participants focus their efforts on making big changes in one room in their house, I should have known it would be an impossible challenge to complete within the allotted time frame while simultaneously caring for a newborn baby.
When the ORC began in early October, I had a four week old baby weighing in under 6 lbs, wearing Preemie clothing. Now at its completion, she’s ten weeks, over 9 lbs, and moving from Newborn to 3 month clothes! Of course, with fattening up a teeny, tiny baby as my primary focus, the room is not 100% complete, but we’re making progress.
Warning: This post contains unedited photos of an unfinished room taken by an unrested new mom. 🙂 Continue reading