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Since Dustin’s home is so close to being on the market, it had me thinking a lot about my old home in New Hampshire. We lived there for three years and did a lot of work to the home, so I thought it would be fun to do a comparison of the house when we bought it and the pictures when we sold it! The house was staged too, so not exactly how I had it styled or my furniture layout. Also these are realtor pictures, not blog worthy pictures, but it still captures the home transformation.
Here we go!
Full disclosure- when we purchased the house, there were renters in it after these listing pictures. So a few more “updates” were done, like paint and a few fixtures, but I can’t find those pictures anywhere. But the house was still generally in dire need of some freshening up!
And The After
Are you ready?
I don’t think you are.
Chandelier (such a great price for the size!)
Paint: Edgecomb gray, lightened 50% (color matched to Behr) in eggshell
Shelves (so cheap and look so expensive!)
Check out the full kitchen transformation here!
Paint: Edgecomb gray, lightened 50% (color matched in Behr)
Full Three Season Room post here
Check out the before post when we moved in here
Bed (custom, made by my dad and I)
Link to full blog post here
Similar Bedding (reversible to buffalo check)
Wall Stickers (only $10 and removable!)
Peloton (reach out to me for a referral code!)
We also installed a fence in the backyard, which was an absolute necessity (see backyard post here).
I still can’t even believe the whole home transformation! I am so proud of all the work we did and vision we had. And wait until you see Dustin’s old home before and afters- it was a complete gut reno!
If you have any specific questions or something I missed, let me know! Thanks for following along.
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Photos by Rachel White Photography
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