So here are the deets on our place:
Built in 1941
2600 sq ft above and a 850 sq ft unfinished basement
2 car detached garage
Beautiful backyard and deck
Annnnnd wonderful things like:
So, for today’s tour, I’m going to show you what all you will find when you go up the stairs- I’ll also let you in on what we have done so far, and what we still have left to do!
This room is HUGE and was entirely way too challenging to try and photograph the entire thing. So far all we’ve done in here is hang the sunburst and one(yes, one) curtain.
Hang TWO curtains
Install a ceiling fan
Build doors or drawers for the open built ins(Jim has the exact same on his side- along with a closet exactly like mine)
And, long term, we’d like to add an en suite bathroom in our room. We share a wall with the upstairs bathroom, so we’d like to add another toilet, sink, and possibly a shower. But that will be way, way down the road!
When you come out of the master, there is one little step up into the rest of the hall. If you turn left, there is our hall closet,(which is filled with pillows, sheets, and blankets. Along with our medicine cabinet and my hair styling supplies) a cedar closet, and another closet that we’re currently using to store all of our games. It also has attic access.
And then there is the upstairs bathroom:
Install new lighting
And obviously, finally bring some decor and personalization into this bathroom!
Her entire room is going to be getting a makeover- which I am SO excited about! We already got her a new bed, bedding, and some decor(the ice cream lamps, pillows, and some wall art) but we still need to….
Install her (hideous) pink ceiling fan(remember that?? It made the move with us ;))
Hang netting to make a reading nook
I absolutely can not wait to make her space even more organized, lovely, and fun! It is such a fun room- she loves playing up there- that I am super excited to make it just perfect for her(and her little sister, for whenever she gets to join the party!).
So there you go! That is our entire upstairs. What do you think!? Any design suggestions? Tips or tricks? Let’s hear it!