I have to admit, I’m obsessed with designing the bathroom. I don’t know why but I could look at bathroom tile forever! When we found out the historic addition was added in 1927, a little design team conversation ensued: Me screaming enthusiastically: “Lets make the bathroom art deco, I want gold fixtures!” Em’s immediate reaction:… Continue reading Schoolhouse Design: Art Deco Meet Schoolhouse Bathroom
Our house in Argyle is officially under contract (we hope to close around mid May)! Our realtor Abbey McCormick has been amazing! She was our realtor for the schoolhouse and now she’s stuck with us (I’m kind of high maintenance). We have to find a place to live stat! Here’s how a few of the… Continue reading How tiny is too tiny? Musings on the tiny house movement
A couple of weeks ago we had a representative out from the State Office of Historic Preservation. We learned so much about how our school house was built. This has put us forward leaps and bounds as we (almost) close the door on demo and focus on how to put it all back together. We… Continue reading Warning! Budding Preservationists at Work!
Susie B. and Me Susan B. Anthony keeps coming up in conversations about our school house. Her childhood home is located less than 2 miles from the school, in Battenville, New York. The house is owned by the state and currently sits empty. Here’s an article from the Times Union written in 2016 that explains… Continue reading Susan B. Anthony, A Bit of Women’s History, and Me