Every so often, we get questions about the remodeling progress of our home in the airplane hangar. These days, anything we accomplish pretty much revolves around what’s needed for our family to function with a baby. You know how that is! So we still have a long list of remodeling details to eventually wrap up (doorknob in the bedroom, shelves in some of the kitchen cabinets, bathroom vanity…).
The space has always been a little tight. Here was my desk when we finished the remodel and moved in almost two years ago, after leaving the tire house. Things were already stacked to the ceiling.
Before Mr. Niklas was born, we wanted to get shelving installed in our bathroom. It’s a good thing we did, too. Is it just me or is this space entirely taken over by baby gear?
You might remember this picture. We marked the walls with painters tape. Life kicked in, and that tape sat there for a while.
Until this happened.
Our favorite part is the drawers. They hold baby clothes, diapers, and random baby gear. The bottom drawer holds clothes in the next size up. That way we’re always ready for that early morning diaper change when it seems quite impossible to get Niklas into his suddenly too short pants.