Thursday, July 24, 2014

Speaking of Bathroom Remodels...

Continuing my blog break and keeping on the same subject of the last post.  Here is another house whispering bath remodel from my previous home.

After a few more months with curtains I made.

If you want to see more of the make over, click here and if you want to see more of the curtain shots, click here.
I am continuing my blog break for another few days....Thank you for your patience!

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Powder Room Before and After 2009

Continuing on my blog break and posting before and after pictures from the past homes I have house whispered too....
Here is a powder room from my previous home.
The After
The Before
The After...
The Before...
If you want to see the complete makeover with details, click here.
Come back next time for another oldie but goody before and after.

Saturday, July 19, 2014


Back in 2008, and two houses ago, I showed you my master bedroom.  Here is that picture.  See more about this old post here.
See the red checked quilt, the bed, the curtains and nightstands?
And in the picture below, the toile quilt?
You can tell, I hang on to things, because fast forward to 2014, what used to be in my master bedroom back in 2008 is now in our current guest room.  You can see more of this post here.
We have actually had that bed since 2002.  It is now painted a creamy white.  But you can still see the same nightstands, red checked quilt and toile quilt.
And the same toile curtains, only I had to lengthen them so I added red ticking fabric to the bottom.
This is fun looking back through the years and seeing how things I have been used in different rooms and in different ways.
I will be posting more olden before and after posts for a few more weeks, while I am not blogging live.  I hope you are enjoying these posts.

Olden Before and After Project.

This before and after project goes way back to 2008.  It was two houses ago as well.
My old dining nook, had a brown hutch with glass doors and wooden insets.

Remember pics were taken with a cheap point and shoot.
I painted it black.  Then I removed the glass doors, replaced the glass doors with chicken wire and lined the back of the cabinet with red toile fabric.
That was a fun project!
But it didn't stop there!  Fast forward to 2011 and that black hutch went from this...
To this....
To see more of that here.