If you follow along on facebook, you know that our house is officially on the market now. Which means that I have been working like a madwoman to get the house clean and clutter free. Don’t open the closets. Quick, let me give you a home tour while it’s still clean.
The powder room is just inside the front door.
I have started to remove some of the dishes in the dining room.
I finally got tired of going upstairs to the office to get things off the printer, so it lives on the sideboard now.
I don’t think I have ever shown you the living room as a whole. Because that would usually involve shuffling a whole lotta’ clutter over to the other side of the room to take a shot.
And one more angle:
Lots of light in the breakfast area.
You saw our kitchen last week with the lovely new granite and paint.
I changed the window treatment in the laundry room- this table cloth from Target was just the right size to drape over the diy drapery sconces.
We took the poster bed out of the master bedroom while dad was using the room. I didn’t want to put it back in after seeing how big the room looked, not to mention how much easier it is to get into bed. To see pics of the room before, check out the master bedroom tour.
The master bath has gotten lots of attention on pinterest, thanks to the diy furniture style vanity.
Ready to go upstairs?
First guest bedroom, nothing has really changed in here since I first shared it with you.
Second guest bedroom- again, not much has changed, other than switching out the quilt. If you missed it, check out how we made the garden trellis headboard.
I haven’t previously shown you the Jack and Jill bathroom, but you got a glimpse of it when I shared my tip for steaming fabric without getting burned.
The office/craft/sewing room has been off limits, thanks to the disaster it usually is. This would be a beautiful fourth bedroom- love those angled ceilings. All the bedrooms have walk-in closets, including this one. Well, it would be a walk-in closet if not for my overflowing fabric stash…..
Well, I think that’s it, other than the unfinished basement. I can’t share that with you, because I don’t want some hoarder show to come knocking on my door to rehabilitate me.
Got any tips for packing and moving?