We close on our Maryville house today! After renovating the interiors, staging each room, and having it on the market for about five months, it sold to a lovely couple who will hopefully enjoy it for years to come. We spent about four months renovating and working on house related projects every weekend, it was a LOT of work, but we were very happy with the finished product.
Here are the before and after photos.
Kithcen: we refinished the cabinets with Rustoleum Cabinet Transformations in Espresso, painted the walls, replaced the light fixture, and cleared everything off of the countertops. I love the result.
Living/Dining Area: We installed hand-scraped Acacia hardwood flooring throughout, charcoal slate tile in the entryway, and we resurfaced the fireplace with a rustic stacked stone. Add a rug, a few pieces of artwork and… vouila!
Bathrooms: In the master and spare bathrooms, we refinished the cabinets with the same color as the kitchen cabinets. At the last minute, we also added frames to the mirrors using trim pieces painted to match the cabinets. This was a really quick and inexpensive project, but I feel like it really makes the rooms pop.
Bedrooms: We spruced up our bedroom a bit, and Dan created a headboard out of an old door that I found.
The spare bedroom got a Texas theme! :)
This view is what I will miss most about the house.
We are super happy with the results and hope that this house will make a great home for it's new owners.
Now, I am off to finish packing our stuff and getting ready to move into our new home next week. I've been waiting for this day for a long time. Sometimes I have to pinch myself to see if its real... I am getting ready to move into my dream home with my favorite person in the whole world. I am so blessed.
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