This post is sponsored by Bed Bath & Beyond. All words, reviews, and opinions are mine.
I am beyond excited to share the first bedroom makeover in our Waco Fixer upper home. I partnered with Bed Bath & Beyond and selected from their Bee & Willow™ Home Collection for the transformation of this room. It is truly remarkable.
Today I have partnered with some of my blogging friends to some of our favorite remodeling projects. I had a lot to choose from so I decided to share my most current project! I love remodeling projects and currently, I am in the midst of my biggest remodeling challenge ever. We are remodeling a one hundred year old home in Waco, Texas and even though it’s a lot of work, we are having so much fun!
I can’t believe it has taken me three weeks to write an update on the one hundred year old Waco Fixer Upper House. I have to write this blog post because I am heading back to Waco in a few days. And I will have more updates to post after this weekend! Yikes.
I have been in Waco for three days and I am having a blast. I am also exhausted but in a good way. We have purchased a fixer upper home in Waco, Texas. We are not moving. Instead, I am going to remodel the home, furnish it and rent it on Airbnb. I have been really nervous about the home because I hadn’t actually seen the inside. I know, it sounds dumb, but I did see the outside. And I “kind of” saw the inside via face time with my realtor. So I have been really worried that I would hate the home or that it would have some horrible flaw or that I wouldn’t be able to fix it up.
What a week it has been. I have been house hunting in Waco, Tx. I am looking for a new project, aka a fixer-upper home. I promise we are are not moving. Instead, we are looking for a home to fix up and rent out as a short-term rental. I guess you could say I want this to be my next big project.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Travelers Insurance. The opinions and text are all mine.
The Big Secret
Ok, it’s time I let you in on a little secret.
For a while now, I have been thinking I needed a new project. There has been a lot of discussion around our house about my need for more projects. And our hundred-year-old home is “project’d out”. (Ok, I know that’s not a word, but you know what I mean.) Everything in our home is kind of done, other than seasonal changes.