Category Archives: CO renovations

  Our first impression of the kitchen was that it was heavy, dark, and restrictive. The combination of the dark wood cabinetry all the way around the room, the yellow ceiling, the small doorways to the living and dining rooms, and the small window also contributed to how intensely confining the space felt. The layout […]

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  Wow, what can we say about the old stairs? . . . nothing good, I assure you. They were extremely narrow, dark, heavy, bulky, steep, and very dangerous. The treads of each stair actually hung over the stair underneath by 3” so you could barely stand on them properly. They were extremely narrow (only […]

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  When we first walked into this house, we saw that this dark and outdated home had the potential to be something wonderful. As we toured around, we instantly fell in love with all the natural character… like the wood beams in EVERY room, the high ceilings and the large spaces. We knew the first […]

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This room started off very white. I just had it painted the same color as the rest of my hallways is a creamy white (don’t know the exact name because our paint was actually a disaster and I had to go back and have the paint re tinted white TWICE! So, long story short… I […]

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Before any demo happens, comes the plan for what is going to get demolished, and the game plan for the entire project. When you purchase a home with the intent to renovate it and sell it, you have to work backwards from the finished product. When Joe and I look at home, we are looking […]

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