Hello again! Yes, it’s been a while since I’ve posted but I’m finally back…ready for a new start and so excited to share some new projects with you. But first, let me catch up.
I put my old house on the market and it was under contract within a week. I didn’t expect it to sell that quickly considering the market but I have a feeling it was meant to be for the new buyer. The old house, which I will affectionately call The (Outdated) Wood Rancher, was perfect for my growing family but now it’s time for me to restart my new life in my new home.
The Wood Rancher was a 1600 square foot, 3 bedroom, 2 bath home built in 1985. First and foremost, it needed updating and character. Then, every square foot needed to be organized to work for a family of five. I’ll keep the words to a minimum and let you enjoy the pictures. So without further ado, here’s the final home tour of the home my boys and I left behind.
Click here to see how the living room was opened up to the kitchen
Here’s the kitchen that I never got around to showing you. Before we put it on the market, I added beadboard wallpaper and moulding to the soffits.
Click here read the details about the laundry room
And come to think about it, I never had the chance to blog about the family room with all the gorgeous windows.
Click here to see the board and batten hallway project
Click here to see how I organized the linen closet
Click here for all the details on how I organized the craft closet
Click here for the small hall bathroom reveal
This was one of my favorite projects, my oldest son’s office in a closet
To see the shared boy’s bedroom reveal, click here
Click here to see the master bedroom reveal
1. Sherwin Williams Rivulet SW6760 (front door), 2. Sherwin Williams Silver Strand SW7057 (master bathroom & Taylor’s room), 3. Behr Gray Morning 490F-4 (laundry room), 4.Benjamin Moore Gray Cashmere 2138-60 (master bedroom), 5. Sherwin Williams Tidewater SW6477 (hall bathroom), 6. Behr Gobi Desert 710-C3 (living room, kitchen, and sunroom)
I hope you enjoyed the tour of the old house. I’m so excited to show you what I planned for the new one! Say hello to house #2…the 100 year old Craftsman. I couldn’t have imagined I would’ve gotten as far as I have already. This house allows me to expand my love of design and DIY. With new projects completed and more underway, you will be hearing back from me really soon!!!
To see the tour of our 1915 bungalow, click this link. We’ve been working hard to make it our own. You can click this link to see all the room reveals on our new home we posted so far.