Part 2 of the house remodel before photos*! Part 1 can be seen here.
The master bedroom. I LOVE the big bay window with bonus storage space below.
View of the entry and closet area.
View of the bedroom looking into the master bathroom. I hope to one day have an awesome sliding barn door there to close off the bathroom. Turns out, blackout curtains don’t work so well when you have natural light coming in from a bathroom without a door.
Walk-in closet. Definitely not enough space for the two of us, but we’ll make it work.
Ok, so the master bathroom isn’t very big either, but it works for us. We’re used to living in much smaller areas, so this is still an upgrade.
Spare Bedrooms/Bathrooms and Hallway
So the major problem with this hallway is that there isn’t a linen closet, and these cabinets were installed as an alternative. The issue I have with this is the half-wall against the cabinets completely blocks off all of the natural light coming from downstairs. I plan on taking the cabinets and wall out to install a stair railing, but I haven’t figured out yet what to do about the lack of linen storage. I’m thinking possibly a long sitting bench with storage underneath, but that is TBD.
One of the spare bedrooms featuring the super old fan I mentioned in this post.
Both spare bedrooms are 10’x10′, but this one feels a little bigger with the semi-vaulted ceiling.
The upstairs bathroom in-between the two spare bedrooms. The tub is cast iron and is in great shape, so thankfully that won’t have to be replaced when we get around to remodeling the bathrooms.
This is the half-bathroom downstairs next to the entryway. It’s not much to look at now, but that will hopefully change once I’m done with it.
I wish I had the “after” photos to show, but unfortunately, those are going to take some time… A lot of time… Like seriously, probably several years. So, uh… stay stuned?
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