For moulding I will put up crown moulding, chair rail, or both in several rooms. These rooms are 90‰ completed and will get them to either 100% or 95%. These are the rooms I have put off for fear of losing a finger in a mitre saw. Yes, I know it’s highly unlikely to happen. Yes, I know I’m unrealistic, but the fear is still there. Time to acknowledge it and push past it.
Painting will be mostly touch ups, just one wall, or a ceiling. At one point we thought we were moving so I started prepping my walls by taking down wall art, shelves and pictures . Then I filled in all the holes. I just never got around to painting over the patching and we have lived with white patches. It’s time to get them finished. The only room I dread is our study as its red and I’m going to have to paint an entire wall.
My favorite part is organizing. I like to go through twice a year and purge stuff out of our house. My least favorite room, and the one that needs it the most is my craft room. I’m not a hoarder as I do get rid of items, but at times its pretty bad. I will also be going through the kids rooms and clearing out clothes and toys. I have a four gift rule for Christmas that helps to keep the clutter in check. They each get 4 items. 1 they want, 1 they need, 1 to wear, and 1 to read. I have already done my closet but I haven’t gone through my papers.
My final touches are a bunch of miscellaneous items. Finishing caulking in the guest bathroom, fixing grout in my bathroom, and window treatments in several rooms. I will do these last as they are the easiest. I hope after getting the hardest out-of-the-way first that it will motivate me to continue my list through to the end.
If anyone has tips on painting, installing moulding, or making your own window treatments I would love to hear them.