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22 Dec

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A lot of what we’ve accomplished has been done with paint and molding, so I hope you’re inspired by our progress.

BEFORE: We weren’t all that happy with the current color, so had the entire exterior painted right away. New colors are Sherwin Williams Backdrop and Simply White on the trim. After the new floors were done, but before the carpet was added on the stairs.

We’ve since replaced this fan with a prettier one too. AFTER with the painted doors and new Schlage hardware.

I’m still working on painting the rest of the upstairs doors and adding the new hardware and will share that as soon as I finish.

We got all new light fixtures on the main level and you can read about those too. Here’s the same view before the living room was done and after Mark did the trim on the doorways, which I think makes a huge difference as well.

Here’s that same space now, renovated guest bath It’s so cute and girly, love it! Still working on the deck space, aka The Treehouse, but it’s stained now and I’ll be sharing that soon. We absolutely love being at home and it’s such a cozy house now.

At first it seemed like it was taking awhile, but really it’s flown by and we’ve gotten so much done in the last year!

I really want to showcase what you can do in a builder’s grade house to update it and add value along the way by just adding paint, molding/millwork and changing out fixtures and updating bathrooms and kitchens.

Back in the family room we have these gorgeous 5 windows that face the backyard. All those spacious windows that let in such glorious light all during the day is a wonderful accent to the back of the house. BEFOREAFTER: We had the cabinets spray painted by our painters when they did the interior and exterior painting before we moved in. The Guest room got an update too with new wood floors and paint color.

I added those gorgeous bamboo blinds from Payless Decor and they add so much texture to the room with the same wood tones as the floor. What a difference the furniture, window treatments and layered elements make in a room, using my old master bedroom set in here.