Our Old House

I’m excited to say that the One Room Challenge is coming back next Thursday, and I’ll be participating for the third time. If you don’t remember, or didn’t read this blog back then, the challenge is amongst bloggers to transform a room in six weeks. The previous two projects I participated with were a formal living room and then a nursery, which by the way, still needs pictures taken of the final design.
Since this challenge is a great excuse to get the ball rolling, I’m actually thinking about doing a room in my own house. Between real work, fun work, kids and life, the old saying about the cobbler’s kids have no shoes, really is true in our house. Other than AB’s nursery, our house is pretty much the exact same as it looked the day we moved in, two and a half years ago.
The first house we lived in, we gutted and renovated every single inch all at once….or should I say my dad did. This house, well, not so much. I have a long list of items that I would like to do, and then a shorter list of things that “have to be done.” If you would have told me 2.5 years ago we would still be living with the original kitchen and master bath, I would have laughed in your face. So, as I’m reminiscing about our first house and how awesome it was all “finished” I thought I would share some pics.

Because everyone loves a good before and after!

My dad literally might be crying right now as he was just reminded of every single inch of hardwood floors he laid, and he probably aged 10 years during this renovation. I will always love this house, and so wish I could be folding clothes for a family of four in that amazing laundry room! 

4 Comments on “Our Old House

  1. Pingback: Finally Friday! | dayme walther

  2. So so gorgeous! I’m sure the family living there now is really enjoying it thanks to your design and your dad’s craftsmanship. Can’t wait to see what your project is in the new house!

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  3. Pingback: One Room Challenge – Week 2 | dayme walther

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