The City House

July of 2013 we moved out of our 1970’s Brady Bunch style house that we had turned into a home. We had a 2500 square foot home that we lived in 14 years. The City House was a work in progress since we opened the front door, peeled off the duct tape holding the lock open and moved in.
The house definitely has a Brady Bunch vibe, but over time I filled it with my love of color repurposed furniture, and Hubby’s hard work. The new owners have brought their own style to the home. I hope to get updated photos soon.



This is the view from the top of the “catwalk that connects the two up stair rooms to the bottom floor.









The master bedroom and bath. I love having two separate sinks, closets and a vanity area to get ready in the mornings.


The headboard in the guest room was once a front door. Purchased at at garage sale for $20.00


I really love the vintage, aged vibe that this room has.


We never have served breakfast in bed, but the tray is great to put your iPad on in bed.


The guest bath. Shared by the yellow and gray bedroom and the guest room.


I love this farmhouse table. The top is made from re-purposed cedar siding taken off our lake house and the bottom was a Goodwill table save. I bought the chairs at Round Top.



I cannot say enough about our amazing kitchen. We put in sweat, blood and quite a few tears to get this done. I washed dishes in the bathtub for a month during this process but it is beautiful and functional. Pot drawers, spice cabinet and appliance cabinets.






Our main room is dominated by this enormous fireplace.

Our Welcoming Entry
Welcome to our home. This is the entry way.

The Finished Mudroom Bench

This piece is the most viewed and pinned piece of furniture we have ever done. I love our dresser that was turned into a mudroom bench.
The Yellow and Gray Bedroom

The Master Bedroom

1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. What to do With my Furniture | The Weekend Country Girl
    May 30, 2013 @ 10:54:07

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