Video: Flip house progress plus a giveaway from Duluth Trading Co.

Hello friends! Today – as much as it makes me cringe – I wanted to take you on a video tour of the flip house project.

I’m currently in the “messy middle” – that point when you’re exhausted from all the work but you still have more ahead than what’s behind, and life is, well, a mess.

But the truth is, much has been accomplished so far and huge progress is made every single day. I am pumped because I think this will be the week I actually finish the downstairs bathroom and can take a break from being within two feet of a toilet for 6 hours a day. 🙂

If you’re curious about what the “messy middle” of a flip actually looks like, check out the video below. (Be sure to stick around until the end of this post because Duluth Trading Company is giving away another $50 gift card to one of you luckies. Woot!)

More details and progress coming soon! In the meantime, enter below to win a $50 gift card from Duluth Trading Company, so you can get a head start on snagging the boots, pants, shirt and cap I’m wearing in the video. 🙂

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48 thoughts on “Video: Flip house progress plus a giveaway from Duluth Trading Co.

  1. Susan, The house looks great! I love the way the master suite is coming together! Looking forward to seeing your next step.

  2. You’ve made great progress, I’m especially interested to see how the attic/master suite turns out.
    Would love to see a gas fireplace incorporated into the living space, if you have room for it.

  3. Susan,

    Wow! You’re rocking it lady! The house is looking so good. Such a huge undertaking.
    wishing you lots of luck as you move forward.

    love the new upstairs area!

    ps also LOVE duluth. I just ordered something this week. 🙂

  4. Great progress – I really enjoyed the video! I would like to see lots of storage since it is a smaller home. Maybe some built ins around the window in the master sitting area?

    • Great idea, Kim. I’m hoping to add some great storage/shelves in the closet in the kitchen, to help store all those pantry items, cleaning tools, etc.

  5. It’s looking good!

    I’d love to see some alternate heating source incorporated into the house (like a gas fire place). I’d also like to see some energy efficient items in place!

    • In the energy efficiency department, insulation on the second floor and downstairs bathroom, plus an entire house of brand new, energy-efficient windows should be a good start, don’t you think? 🙂 Also, I’m planning on adding a small fireplace in the living room. 🙂

  6. I don’t have any suggestions about what to incorporate, but I did enjoy watching the video. I’ve always wanted to take on a project like this and am looking forward to future videos on the progress.

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  8. It is amazing what a little paint and clean up can do – right? I am interested in seeing how you can incorporate additional storage.

  9. Great job so far.
    I’d put a tub and a skylight in the master bath (& a maybe also a frosted glass “wall” between the bed & bath) to flood light into the bath.

  10. I prefer a “neutral” light pearl gray paint over the “neutral” yellowy beige that Nicole Curtis uses. Might consider that in your unpainted rooms (especially the master suite)

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