8.05.2013

Our New Home - Downstairs

Our Nashville Tudor - Before 4

As of a week and a half ago, we own a house. ...like with a yard and stuff. It's a 1935 little Tudor Revival in East Nashville, and I'm super excited to start sharing some photos with you this week. Today, let's take a look downstairs, where you can find our future living room, dining room, kitchen, laundry area, two bedrooms, and a bath. Read on for lots more photos.

This is our living room -- the large arch leads to the dining area, the small arch to a hallway off of which are the two bedrooms and bath, and the stairs lead up to the master bedroom area. Don't adjust your screen; those are in fact heavily textured plaster walls.

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Our Nashville Tudor - Before 3

This little lavender room is the dining area, off of which is the kitchen. Brace for the functionality of this kitchen, won't you?

Our Nashville Tudor - Before 5
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If you're paying attention, you will have noted that there's no refrigerator in our kitchen. Yep, that's right. It's because it's out in the laundry/mud room just off of the kitchen. Don't worry, though. We've got big plans for the kitchen!

Our Nashville Tudor - Before 10

The downstairs bath is a little black and white cutie.

Our Nashville Tudor - Before 12

Next up are the two bedrooms -- one of which will be fulfilling my craft room dreams. Eeee.

Our Nashville Tudor - Before 13
Our Nashville Tudor - Before 14

And we'll finish off this little tour with a couple detail shots of the cool light fixtures in the two bedrooms and the door hardware. Oh, look at that door hardware!

Our Nashville Tudor - Before 15
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20 comments:

  1. I love it! You are going to do such fun things with that house.

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    1. I have grand visions, but the key will be patience!

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  2. Can't wait to see what you do. It has some great features.

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    1. I know. I'm excited to get in there and start doing things!!

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  3. SO EXCITED FOR YOU!!! I cant wait to see all the projects that come of your new house!

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    1. Thanks, Brittany! I'm really excited for the projects, but the list is so long it's kind of daunting!

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  4. This space has great potential! Can't wait to see how it's gonna look like! xx

    Martyna | NEON MIZZLE

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  5. So cute! Can't wait to see how you decorate... congrats on this BIG purchase!

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  6. oh it's so great! jealous of your craft room. i'm googling how to deal with that kind of plaster now, haha : )

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    1. I know. I'm almost jealous of my craft room. As for the plaster walls, we're actually going to keep them. For some weird reason, I don't mind them.

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  7. Can't wait to see what you do!! Wish you could come out here and help me figure out how to decorate my house, ha

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    1. Haha. I'm sure you've done a fine job, Kate!

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  8. Sooo cute. I love all the character in the home. How fun is that going to be to make your own. Congrats!

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    1. I know! Right now, it's sort of intimidating, but I can't wait to get in there and put my stamp on it.

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  9. It's so perfect! You are going to have so much fun with it!!

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  10. Such a beautiful place! LOVE the details. What a fun space to decorate/make your own xo Erin

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