THE DREAM FLIP
The HOA in the community has strict guidelines on what you can and cannot do as far as landscaping and exterior paint go. Therefore, due to our timeline, we decided to give this fixer a quick makeover with a fresh coat of paint and settled for trimming some of the overgrown bushes in the front, and lots of dry rot repair. Even though the color is the same as before, giving it a fresh coat brought life back into the exterior.
Removing the screen door was about all the updating we did here (along with some dry rot repairs begin the scenes and the fresh coat of paint of course).
A cute new chandelier next to bright light brought in from those bay windows? What more could one want?!
This little home got the royal treatment with new laminate flooring, baseboards, gray paint, and that stunning wagon-wheel chandelier. Let's not forget the whole thing looks so much bigger by removing the built-in entertainment center which divided the kitchen and living room.
The cabinets were in pitiful shape, so while the layout is the same, we splurged on new white shaker-style cabinets and new granite countertops with white subway tile backsplash. Stainless steel appliances and a new stainless faucet make this a brand new kitchen. The black knobs tie in the other black accents in the home, such as the light fixtures and guest bathroom faucets and knobs.
The bedrooms all got new gray carpet, baseboards, paint, and light fixtures.
A new vanity, granite countertop, sink, faucet, light fixtures and mirror give this bathroom bright and clean feel.
We always feel its a necessity to put in 2 sinks, when able, when rehabbing a master bathroom. The new white vanity, gray quartz countertop, sinks, faucets, mirrors, and my favorite tile give this master bathroom a luxurious feel.
The sunroom got a coat of fresh paint and the backyard got some good old trimming and a fresh layer of new bark.