Tudor - Colonial?
I don't know exactly how to classify the style of this home.
This home has been on the market a little while, hence why the grass isn't green.
So I went looking for a photo on the county assessor's page that showed it with a green lawn.
I found this which shows the yard at it's best.
But then I found this photo of it taken in 2004.
Which version do you like better? I have to say I kind of like the creamy white version best.
Although I wonder if the stone accents were painted also...they must have been.
The stone does indicate it should have a more earthy color scheme.
Decor is pretty drab in here but it's a nice room.
This room has the same problem as my kitchen DID have. Too much black tile.
Except this is way worse than mine was.
It would take a while, like 12 hours but that backsplash could be fixed with my white vinyl solution.
I think the countertop would not be so bad if the backsplash was solid white.
I'm loving this railing but for the first time in the history of mankind...
I actually think something painted white should be painted another color.
Especially, since the outside is done in such earthy colors.
Black or oil rubbed bronze?
Pretty built in vanity under the windows.
I'd hang a over the top an ornate mirror centered in front of the windows.
This place just looks like fun. Like you'd drink margaritas and pina coladas every weekend here.
More black tiles.
That's a bit of a climb.
Have a Happy Sunday and be back here later tonight for my
You can link up anything from your house that illustrates taking something old and mixing it with something new. It might be an old piece of furniture you've painted in a new way.
It might be something new that you've bought to mix with your old things.
It might be something in a very modern style to go with your antiques.
Also you can link up anything that inspires you to mix as long as you give credit from where the photo came.
See you then!