craftsman before and after | part 2

This laundry room off the kitchen we found out was originally a porch. They didn’t have indoor laundry back then, so when we took down the sheetrock in here we found siding and could see where there had originally been windows that wrapped all the way around. I wish I could go back in time and see this home during it’s first days!

We kept the siding and painted it Glidden Queen Anne’s Lace, picked solely because of it’s name.

We added wood french doors and stained them dark to match the original woodwork. Billy built an entry bench and added board and batten to the bathroom. We painted the bathroom Glidden skipping stone grey, which has made it’s way throughout the whole house in little ways and the exterior color of the tudor!

I love how much light the doors let in and being able to see outside from the kitchen is really beautiful and makes the space feel bigger.

I didn’t snap one, but I wish you could see a closer photo of the marble basketweave tile in the bath. Im obsessed!

Before…

After!

Billy refinished the original cast iron tub using Rustoleum tub refinishing kit and it turned out so beautiful! I will forever love the marble basketweave tile and how it feels timeless, like its always belonged in this old home. We found the dresser at an antique store and turned it into the vanity with a sink from ebay and faucet fixtures from amazon.

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