Last week I shared some regrets I have about last year’s kitchen renovation. In my post I said that most of my regrets stemmed from the fact that we had to make quick decisions and needed things installed immediately because of the TV show in which we participated. Overall, I’d have done it differently. It’s totally fine, right? Yes! Liveable? Yes! Is it important? Nope! But it doesn’t mean that I’m not thinking about it every time I walk into the kitchen. The same goes for the stairs. So, let’s talk regrets again! It’s always fun to hear about other people’s right?!
I got a lot of help with all the renovations that we did in the house, and the staircase was the most collaborative because it was out of my comfort zone. I mentioned all about how the staircase came to be in this post so I won’t go into all the details here, but pretty much, once I arrived on my concept, to bring in a bit of old Scandinavian folk combined with floral whimsy, I was fairly certain I’d love it, and I absolutely do, but there are some little things that I would have done differently.
Flat Sawn balusters
To start off–the balusters. I’m going to…