denver house tour

denver house tourAs the grand finale to the least conventional of all home tours (the one that happened mostly after we sold our house- haha!), I thought I’d share all of the house before-and-afters.

denver house tourKitchen

denver house tour- living roomLiving Room

denver house tour- stair nook before and afterStair Nook

denver house tour- kid's roomKids Room

denver house tour bathroomDownstairs bathroom

denver house tour bathroomUpstairs bathroom

denver house tourOffice/Craft Room

denver house tour- mud roomMud room

There sure was a ton of orange wood, wasn’t there? And lots of pinkish taupe paint. Whew!

denver_house_tourdenver house tourOne funny thing- looking at these pictures evokes two (really different) emotions for me- cringing on the inside as I remember the long days, no sleep and crazy amounts of work. And simultaneously an itch to look for another house to start all over again.

denver house tourI know, I need help.

denver final house tourdenver house tourThanks for wandering through this not-so-normal house tour with me, friends. It’s definitely been fun to put these posts together- it’s like a slideshow of all of our work on fast forward.

saipan house viewAlso, I have ‘take pictures of the Saipan house’ on my to do list- hopefully I can share those sometime soon(right now everything just feels so big and so very empty, but I guess I should document that part too)! For now- here’s a picture of the view from the back porch…

ps- To see the full room posts, here they are- the kitchen, the main bathroom, the mini bathroom makeover, the kid’s room (and their reading nook), my office, the under the stairs nook, and the fireplace/living room.


    • Kirstin says

      Thanks Jess! Heart and soul is right… in the aftermath it feels all the way worth it (not sure I would’ve said that along the way though- do you feel the same way in the middle of projects?). Need to go stop by your blog and find out what’s going on with y’all!!!

  1. Shirleh Maxey says

    I love the crisp and clean looking. Hope you have many years there enjoying your handy work .


  2. Christine says

    I am new to the site. Please oh please tell me about your craft table. Who, what, when, where, why. This is exactly what is in my mind.

    • Kirstin says

      Hey Christine- the table is from IKEA. It’s actually two desks put together with drawers on one end. I loved that table!
      Hope that helps!

  3. Rebecca says

    Hi there!! I absolutely love the details you took the time to add to your home! Every room is amazing. I am curious about the brick walls- were they just exposed from taking down the sheet rock? Or did you add them as part of the renovations. If so, are they veneers?

    Thanks so much!!


    • Kirstin says

      Rebecca- what a sweet comment- thank you!
      Yep, we took the sheet rock off of the walls to expose the brick (the exterior walls were actually three layers of brick thick!). It was a tedious, messy job, but we loved the end result. Hope that helps!

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