PROJECT BOULDER BEFORE AND AFTER PART 3





OK this is it y'all.....the last of #projectboulder.  I know....are you sick of me yet:)

Let's go upstairs.....


Remember that carpet I told you about?  Well it looks awesome!


This is a picture of the master bath in all it's glory. Some structural  changes had to be made here but it was definitely a game changer for this space.  

First of all these angled french doors had to be addressed.  Walking up the stairs and looking left, you could see right into the master closet!  No bueno.

In this image you can see how this problem needed to be addressed....



Also in the next picture you can see the door [bifold no less] to the shower and toilet which was very small and dark.




So by extending the wall and creating a small entry to the master bedroom we solved the problem.  This took a few hours of thought for sure!

To make the entry special we wallpapered it and added a pretty light...


The mirrors were not up when I left so I took this one from the listing.

To the right you can see how the whole wall was opened up for the shower.




What a difference huh? It's so big you could shower with a friend:)



 In this shot you can see the whole change with the addition of the sliding door [still needed paint on the trim of the door] from Home Depot!

Bedroom painted SW Repose Gray 

Here is the before of the master!

After

There was just no way we could fill all of these shelves so I decided not to put anything in them.

Before



We ordered this bed online....it looked good but I am not sure I would want to spend my honeymoon on it if you know what I mean.....wink wink:)

The rug from Target, end tables from Ikea.




Down the hall is another bedroom


After

Ikea bed....

Hall bath


You can see we took out the door and widened it  between the vanity area and tub/toilet area and added a double sink vanity.

Ordered the vanity online and painted the walls BM Hale Navy

So you want the good news?  

It went on the market Friday and sold at the open house on Sat! All I can think of is that they have to pack it all up already.  

Hey guys don't call me for that job:)

Here is the listing if you want to take a look.

If you want to start from the beginning and read all of the post....here are the links [more info about furniture and details]

Damn....this was some good blogging material. 

What now?

I can tell you this....I have plantar fasciatis and it sucks.  I had it 30 years ago for almost a year so I am hoping I'm smarter now [that's debatable around here] with treating it and laying off the running.

You guys have a rowdy week:)

Shalimpingalong



14 comments

Chris said...

Amazing Job Sherry! No wonder it sold so quickly!

Victoria said...

Congratulations, Sherry. All the rooms look fabulous, but the kitchen would have done it for me.

Betsy Cobb Gordon said...

Sherry,
What a fabulous transformation. I'm not surprised it sold so fast, you knocked it out of the park with the upgrades. The acreage looks really inviting too.

I'm in love with that carpet! Really adds a nice touch.

Betsy

Betsy Cobb Gordon said...

Sherry,
What a fabulous transformation. I'm not surprised it sold so fast, you knocked it out of the park with the upgrades. The acreage looks really inviting too.

I'm in love with that carpet! Really adds a nice touch.

Betsy

Ann C said...

Loved just about everything. But was surprised that big plain wall mirrors were used in both bathrooms. With so many beautiful mirrors out there I was disappointed.,

Claudine said...

Love everything you did...as usual! Question, where did you get the faucet? Plus...have you had any luck with tufted beds that you purchased online?

Jenny B said...

The best shoes for plantar fasciatis are FitFlops. They might fit your lifestyle, but they literally are magic. House is beautiful!

tanyaj said...

awesomeness.. you really did a great job.. !!!

Angie Tyner said...

Great job Sherrie, your blog is my favorite. I play tennis & had plantar fasciitis, too. I found that Outback Pain Relief, which you can buy on Amazon, worked, along with stretching. It took a couple of months, but worked like a charm. Let me know If it works for you....good luck!!!

Noel Gunderson said...

Did you paint the fireplace stone black or did you replace it?

Kim said...

This project is so inspiring! I love the structural changes and the iron railing transforms
the entry way! I can't stop looking at it. Thank you for sharing your talents with us.

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

I have planter fasciitis, too...self diagnosed. Hurts like the dickens after sleeping or sitting for awhile and I have never been a runner. Probably from my flat shoes.

Anonymous said...

http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2014/09/15/heel-pain-treatment/?_r=0

Hi, long time reader, first time commenter. Plantar fasciitis is tough and I wanted to share what worked for me. After nearly. A year of pain doing this exercise cured me.... I had to stick with it but it was the only thway ng that helped- I didn't have the shot based on Drs recommendation....

Love the blog and your wit and spirit... LA

Darci Cohen said...

Hi Sherry,

I stumbled upon your blog and it is great! I have a quick question for you. Could you tell me where you got the double sink wood vanity from (says you got it online). I have been on the hunt for one exactly like that!

Thank you so much!
Darci

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