And by “some” I mean the garage. And by “same” I mean, the location. Want to see why?
Not so bad, but you may notice a few fun details like:
The ever elegant popcorn garage ceiling.
But this is NOT the star of this show. Instead, it’s this treasure:
the “outdoor” shower. Even though it’s a real shower stall, that should you know, be in a bathroom surrounded by real walls. In this case the shower is technically indoor if you count the garage door, but still outdoor because it’s not officially inside the living area. Unless I decide to live in the car, at least I will have a place to wash up. It reminds me of camping, which would be fun if only it was a “vacation” home and not a “for real” home.
Wait, whoa! Check it out, when you enter the house from the garage, you get a glimpse of the laundry room/ hole of hell. Laundry is hell, so this is fitting.
The laundry room has no light in it. Not kidding. It will be a sensory overloaded experience to do my laundry Stevie Wonder style in the dark.
As you enter the hallway, which will remain in the same spot but will be different…..you find the last man standing. The downstairs guest bathroom. What color paint was on the $3 discount shelf at Lowe’s? THIS ONE.
Happy Halloween Horror Bathroom. I hope no one over 5 ft 2 sans hunchback tries to pee in this bathroom. If you do, your head might receive a popcorn ceiling massage.
And that’s it. Everything else changes. And yes, my blog is basically going to become a photo *slash* caption post page. It’s just so hard to be witty about this many ridiculous things I can just post pictures of.
The good news is that the house now looks like this:
How many rips does it take to get to the original flooring?