A Happy Home Valentine’s Week: Vlog Episode 4

Between the long holiday weekend and gorgeous weather, this past week has flown by! It’s already Wednesday which means time for a new vlog episode. Since my last update, demo on the master bathroom has begun, the floor tile was installed in the garage entry zone and the entire downstairs has been painted. The entry space should be finished up this week and plumbing progress made on the bathroom… fingers crossed!

It was sunshine and 70’s all week, so I spent plenty of time outside on hikes and walks, exploring local towns, relaxing on the deck for the first time since last summer, and a low key Valentine’s brunch at my parents’ house.

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If you follow me on instagram you may have seen those shots already, or all of the live action house progress on snapchat (@jennasuedesign) but today I get to share some new footage of highlights from the week. I’m enjoying this process more and more with each Episode and I hope in some way you’re also able to feel a stronger sense of connection with this more personal format. There are major life changes around the corner and this is the perfect way to capture and preserve their memory forever.

Click below to watch Episode 4:

Make sure to subscribe to my YouTube channel and let me know what you think! Is there anything you want to see more/less of? I have some ideas on how future videos will evolve, but as always, I listen to and appreciate your input as well. I’ll be back with more renovation updates soon, but in the meantime—let’s stay connected through instagram, facebook, twitter and snapchat @jennasuedesign! Have a wonderful week/weekend…



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10 thoughts on “A Happy Home Valentine’s Week: Vlog Episode 4

  1. As usual, I enjoyed the latest episode. So full of warmth and happiness. Like a breath of fresh air. You look beautiful, tranquil, and in a good place. What a journey to see your life unfold with surprises at every turn. To see you experiencing life to the fullest, whatever you are doing. Very cool, my friend!!

  2. I just think it’s so awesome that you are freely sharing your talents (which are many) with so many of us! Beautiful footage, scenery and of course my favorite, the home reno process. I love it all, but would like even more renovation footage in the videos. Something about progress and creating beautiful spaces that is so exciting. Thanks again Jenna!

  3. Jenna, I am truly enjoying these Vlogs! I love Shrri’s comment about it being “..a Breath of fresh air” and how “tranquil” you look. All so true! And OMG your laundry room! Gorgeous.

  4. I’ve been following your blog, and not sure if I’ve ever commented though, since you bought your current home. I just love what you’ve done and admire the journey you’ve been on and how you’ve taken life by the reigns! The videos are a great addition and they’re so gorgeous. But could you tell us how you make them? How you shoot the video, camera, GoPro, cell phone? What do you use for editing and music? I’ve always wanted to make one myself, for fun, and have no idea where to start.

    1. Thank you Sara! I usually shoot with my Canon 6D and 50mm 1.4 lens. Some shots are from a 24mm lens and a few are from my iphone 6s. I use Premiere Pro for editing and various free music archives for audio. Hope this helps!

  5. I just came across your blog in the last week or so. You came up with the solution I was looking for to deal with all our boring hollow doors. I just started our master bedroom door, and taking your approach of modifying with plywood, but with a little modified design. I’m new to the DIY practice and noticed that when you painted your door, you filled in the seams with calk, and sanded, but when you stained you didn’t mention this in your post. If I plan to stain, should I not calk my seams? or does it really just depend on the look i’m going for?

    1. Thanks Erica! Caulk won’t take stain so definitely don’t use that unless you plan to paint! The seams won’t be nearly as noticeable with stain so unless the gaps are on the large side, I wouldn’t worry about them.

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