This Before and After is Bananas: Part II.

Here's the follow up to this post about a home I worked on with P&G Homes. I have good pics now! The floorplan of this house is really great for a family. There's a butler's pantry with a desk, there's wine storage in the dining, a wine fridge, a large kitchen with 2 places for barstools, 4 bedrooms, a giant utility room with tons of storage, an office right off the master bedroom, an additional built-in for girly things off the master bedroom, giant walk in closet and a huge master bath. I could move right in. 

Everything was selected with a tight budget in mind. I think all of the plumbing fixtures were from Home Depot even. I try to use inexpensive tiles in more interesting/ upscale patterns and applications. The cabinetry is all job built. 

I'll start with a before of a space if I have it, could be an in progress pic. I hate starting a post with a before picture b/c it's the one that shows up on everyones social media previews! It gets better, scroll just a bit to see the goodness.

BEFORE Exterior.

AFTER Exterior. Honestly I wanted the windows painted out a dark grey, but the house was under contract before we completed that and the new homeowners like it how it is.

BEFORE. Entry.

AFTER. Entry. The view as you walk in the front door. 

BEFORE. Dining.

Looking at the front door and the dining area.

After built-ins in the dining room.






BEFORE. Living Room.

HUGE family living space. I desperately want to finish this room out, it could be so fab.

More of the new kitchen because I love it. I'd also love to style this up.

That backsplash tile is from Floor N Decor. I know right?! It's really marble & not a faux replica btw.

Spacious kitchen.

Who wouldn't love a utility this big?!! Unheard of in an older home.

Hall Bath, after obvs.

Entering the master suite the office is on the right and the bedroom is on the left.

BEFORE. Master Bedroom.

Master bedroom. Ceiling fans are an evil must have in Houston.

BEFORE. Master Closet.

AFTER. The cabinets were actually just painted and we added hardware. BIG difference.

BEFORE. Master Bath. As seen in my last post. 70s bathroom in tact. But we changed it.

AFTER. Master Bath.

BEFORE. Crazy jacuzzi tub.

AFTER. Shower and bathtub in the Master Bath.

Looking towards the bath entrance.

The hard part of speccing homes is not getting to furnish and decorate them. I see so much potential in this house. I'd love to get my hands on it. :) This project was in collaboration with P&G Homes

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