Well, come on inside and take a look around. This is the dining room. I have one more chair to recover before this redo is complete. Our home has exposed brick throughout. And…I know, I know. You love them! We do too. It’s amazing how much character the brick adds to our space.
Here is the main level. It is currently a work in progress! We recently added board and batten and I have a lot of redecorating to do on this level.
Let’s go back inside and head upstairs to the second level.
Next we’ll tour the boys’ bathroom/guest bath. It’s a jack and jill style bath which allows easy access for both boys’ and guests. (And yes, as you might have noticed, we have a major thing for dinosaurs around here! Trying to decorate in a “classy dinosaur theme” is no easy task! I did my best to pull it off.
Here is the laundry closet. If you are “blessed” to have an ugly, small space with one of those builder-grade-racks-from-the-devil, this is just proof that it can look cute on a shoe string.
Here is the guest room-library-office. The Ikea bed pulls out to the size of a king. Guests tell me it is quite comfortable if you’d like to come and stay! I haven’t done much to this room since we moved in three years ago. It’s ready for a change.
I seriously cannot believe I’m sharing this horrible picture with you but it will make you appreciate the “after” all the more. Below is a picture of the craft room (in progress).
Okay, let’s head upstairs to the third level and take a look at the master suite. This is by far my favorite part of the house. We’ll start with the master bath.
And drum roll please….ta, ta, ta, ta, ta, ta, ta, ta, ta, ta,ta, ta…..
Finally! The master bedroom is finished! Be prepared to scroll a lot here because I went a little picture crazy. This is the first time I am showing off the recently redone master bedroom.
My dollar-store-pillow-case-ruffle pillow.
I pulled this bedroom together on a very tight budget and I love it.
Now, let’s head out that door, walk down the hall and jump out onto the roof deck, shall we? This is where I retreat to during the kids’ book naptime, and where I sit with my laptop and comment on your blogs. Roof decks are necessary little oases when urban living!