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  • Amanda
  • July 11, 2013 06:05:46 PM

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Welcome to A Little Cornish Home. The blog about the renovation of a 1920's semi with house building progress, DIY tips, Interior decorating and Interior ideas. Welcome to A Little Cornish Home. We are Amanda and James and together we are sharing with you our journey through moving to Cornwall and buying and renovating our first house.

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Paying to dispose of waste at the local tip

When we bought our first home together and started the process of renovating we knew it would be expensive but recently for anyone renovating a home things just got even more expensive due to charges implied at local tips and dumps.For the first year of our renovation we spent a lot of time and money gutting the property. We hired around 5 skips and loaded these with waste products from the house.However we weren't able to load old plasterboard into the skip as this needed disposing off...

landing plastered transforming the upstairs

We bought our first ever house in September 2012 and started by completely gutting the property, when Christmas arrived we went to the parents for Christmas and enjoyed the luxuries of their home whilst ours purely resembled a building site. As we entered into 2013 we decided that we wanted Christmas at our house this year. We worked hard through 2013 to get as much done as possible and with a Kitchen and Bathroom and the downstairs 90% complete we held our first Christmas in our new...

Upcycling Ikea Bedside Tables

Building our first ever home has been done on the absolute shoe string of a budget, we have taken out loans and credit cards and worked overtime to fund the project. As we finally finish our master bedroom after two years living in our half home half building site we up-cycling our existing furniture to fit into the new d├ęcor of the master bedroom. I've been with my partner for over six years and since we moved in together we combined all our existing furniture. These Ikea bedside tables...

Our bedroom is complete! Check out the beautiful photographs

After weeks of work and weeks of blogging about the work, i'm really pleased that our bedroom is now complete. There are a few minor items to snag but we are now complete and have spent our first night sleeping in the new room. I guess now we might have a weekend off the renovations before starting the next room!Would love to know your thoughts on the new bedroom.For most of the items found in the bedroom these can be bought in these stores, the birdcage tea light holder and the sheep skin...

vinyl wrapping a dressing table and our new stool

Our bedroom has been our main project for the last few months from stripping it back to bare walls to new plaster board and plastering, but the biggest challenge was the decorating. We couldn't decide on wall colours to match the wardrobe doors and from then in it was impossible to invisage how the room would come together.But little step by little step the room has taken shape and grown in character and has now become a beautiful room even if the room is nothing at all what either of us had in...

It never rains but it pours!

This week we saw the weather turn a bit colder, the winds pick up and the rain start pouring. Our house has been one massive project for the last two years and although we took the house on as a project as quick as we are getting some parts finished other parts are needing new attention. On Friday night we saw quite a lot of rain in Cornwall and when I got home from work was annoyed to see that the back door had water leaking through it and into the kitchen and the garage roof was leaking...

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