“Old” because we don’t own it anymore and “old” because it was. It was built in 1942 and added on to twice. It was in the heart of town—I mean, we couldn’t have asked for
“Old” because we don’t own it anymore and “old” because it was. It was built in 1942 and added on to twice. It was in the heart of town—I mean, we couldn’t have asked for a better location because we could walk to so much. It was a fun project, but as all old homes are, it was a lot of work for us and just wasn’t going to be a good fit for when we add another little baby to the mix at the beginning of January. I’m always going to miss this sweet house. In many ways, I feel like we were just moving in! This house definitely has a piece of us in it, but it still has so much potential for new owners down the road to make their mark on it and make it their own.
I’m going to share this tour room by room, then I’ll link any posts I’ve done on the room in the past. If you have questions about where something is from, I can almost guarantee your answer will be in coordinating blog post that I link! Or feel free to ask in the comments… it’s just that looking in the posts might give you more of an instant answer. 🙂
This is the first room you walk into when you enter the house. See this post to see how we redid this room and the product details!
My post for this room is here!
To see more pics of the terrible before and our renovation process, you’ve got to check out the very first part of this before/after here. Then I shared a part two post on the progress here. And then the final reveal!
This was the other room of ours that had a very dramatic before/after. Check out the post on that here to get all the details on the products used and sources!
I never shared anything about this room because we had plans to renovate this space, but it just never happened. We were going to expand the room, add more windows, change the flooring, and totally renovate the bathroom and make it bigger. But we moved before that happened! So I’ll link what I can here…
The bed is Drexel Heritage Postobello. Our bedding is all mismatched from Bed Bath & Beyond, but the monogram applique pillow was purchased from this Etsy shop. Our rug is from Rugs USA and the lamps are from LampsPlus (last shown here). Our nightstands are available here.
We were going to knock out some walls and really change this space up, but this is what we did in the meantime. This one just goes to show that you don’t need to spend a ton of money to brighten up a space. We just changed the outlet covers, painted the walls, changed the faucets, added a new mirror cabinet and light, and painted the bathroom vanity/added cheap little nobs!
Shared a post on this room here.
This is another space that was going to get a major overhaul, but we ran out of time. The tiles were all BLUE. Like, everything was blue in here. Brandon used an epoxy paint kit from Lowe’s to paint everything in the mean time. And we changed out the fixtures. It was a great temporary fix!
Product sources are shared in each post that I linked for the rooms above! If you’re wondering where something is from, it’s most likely listed in that post. 🙂
Want to see our first house? That tour is here.