Hi Renovators!

The original purpose of this blog was to document the renovation of our 100+ year old limestone in Brooklyn, NY. Naturally there are lot of posts on the topic but I've a little pictorial guide to help you find what you're most interested in. Just click on any of the images to bring you to most of the posts about that space. If you have any questions that aren't already answered within these pages, feel free to drop me a line.

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BoxRoomwithFauxBois BathroomPhotosHung 2nd floor Hall Bath OfficeInProgressNov30

GuestRoom1 MasterBath1



**See all my limestone renovation photos here **

** Read my renovation FAQ here.**

* Check out before and afters of the first floor here and the second floor here.*

If you would like to see something added here that is missing, please let me know.


  1. Susan8:43 PM

    Saw you on Nates show today and had to stop by to check it out! Fabulous job bravo!

  2. dstith6:06 PM

    Saw you on Nates show and had to see the rest of your house. Fantastic job! Question...what paint colors did you use in the bathrooms?

  3. Ohhhhh ma goodness that is beautiful! And, my eye can't figure out how you added all the space - the two pics don't look like its the same area. Well done, and beautifully well done at that! Oh enjoy!!!!

  4. your home is an absolute dream. I'm in love!! I love the old victorian feel to it. Gorgeous!! xoxo

  5. i LOVE your home. seriously. i have a folder saved to my computer titled "ideas" where i save pictures of things i like or want to remember for when i have the time and money and space to do some interior designing - and i seriously want to save every single picture on your site into it! beautiful!

  6. Wow. This is an amazing home. I really enjoyed looking through the pictures. I respect you guys a lot for tackling this!

  7. Love all your hard work! Looks great! Would love to see a floorplan before and after the renovation! :)

    Best wishes from Sweden!

  8. MrsLimestone12:11 PM

    Thanks Kim. We didn't make that many changes to the floorplan - just a few
    to adjust for modern life like taking the wall down in the kitchen so it
    opens to the dining room and converting a bedroom to a master bath and
    his/her closets. Everything else pretty much stayed the same.

    In a message dated 3/6/2011 8:58:09 A.M. Eastern Standard Time,



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