Our house is technically a townhouse, I think. It is one of those layouts where you walk in the front door, climb steps and hit a landing. Either proceed down some stairs to the garage, guest room, office, and backyard, or head up the stairs for the 2nd floor living area where you'll find the master bedroom, living room, kitchen, dinning area and deck.
Now that we have that clear, let's go on a tour!
I give you the stairway landing. The place where decisions are made. Do I go up to the main floor? Or downstairs? CHOICES!
Oh, and fun fact, Adam built that bench/shoe rack. He's crafty this one.
Welcome to the 2nd floor!
Now we head downstairs. Office, guest room, garage, and the backyard. Which I hate.
There you have it. A few snapshots of this place I now call home.
This one goes out to Tori who asked me right after we moved in for some pictures.
Now all I have to do is decide if I hate the backyard enough to actually put money into making it look less, well disgusting. We're still on the fence. So I put the question to you, if you knew you were going to rent for 2-5 years in the same place, would you invest money in making the backyard less horrid? Even if you hated the landlord for being lazy and the idea of making his property look more appealing made you cringe? It's worth it right? Since you'll have to look at it daily? But you don't own it!
(sigh) I'm so conflicted.
Tell me what to do. You always have the best ideas.