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post #1846 of 1906
no but Mrs. Thomas does
post #1847 of 1906
so many jokes, so little time
post #1848 of 1906
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no but Mrs. Thomas does



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post #1849 of 1906
Just bought a great Tudor with the most horrific 90's interior ever. Total gut job ahead - we won't get in there for a few months. I'm thinking of posting pics just to remind you snobs how the other half lives

This will get you started:

post #1850 of 1906
Cozy toilet
post #1851 of 1906
Oh it gets worse. Far worse. Basically every cabinet, counter, appliance and square of tile needs to be ripped out. But the bones of the house are fantastic (all brick, steel support beams, thousands of feet of unfinished space including an entire unfinished 3rd floor) and it's on 2 acres smack in the middle of a historic neighborhood.

I get to go in with a sledgehammer next week. Can't wait.
post #1852 of 1906
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Cozy toilet

Comes in handy when you get passing-out drunk.
post #1853 of 1906
IMO it's better to be able to completely redo it than to have some things that are nice enough that you want to keep them.
post #1854 of 1906
A couple more:

Ms.A in the one room that will not be completely destroyed (though the wall to the right is coming out). 80's furniture courtesy of the prior owner

post #1855 of 1906
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A couple more:

Ms.A in the one room that will not be completely destroyed (though the wall to the right is coming out). 80's furniture courtesy of the prior owner


There is lots to like about that room. How tall are the baseboards?
post #1856 of 1906
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Spertia's Tennesee place is boss

Thanks, it's currently for sale (cheap!) if you fancy Southern living. I moved to Brooklyn last year; nothing like going from a huge house on land to a tiny urban apartment (and for a lot more money, of course).
post #1857 of 1906
Very cool - looking forward to more pics!
post #1858 of 1906
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Originally Posted by spertia View Post

Thanks, it's currently for sale (cheap!) if you fancy Southern living. I moved to Brooklyn last year; nothing like going from a huge house on land to a tiny urban apartment (and for a lot more money, of course).

 

PM me the listing - furniture included?

 

Who made the sofa?

 

lefty

post #1859 of 1906
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Ms.A in the one room that will not be completely destroyed (though the wall to the right is coming out). 80's furniture courtesy of the prior owner


Strange decorating aside, I really like that room. Curious as to why you are taking out that wall? It looks pretty well planed out at the moment. There is plenty of space around the fireplace and the doors can be shut to retain the heat.
post #1860 of 1906
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Originally Posted by SkinnyGoomba View Post

Strange decorating aside, I really like that room. Curious as to why you are taking out that wall? It looks pretty well planed out at the moment. There is plenty of space around the fireplace and the doors can be shut to retain the heat.
+1 i like a certain degree of open floor plan, but that seems like a really nicely proportioned room. how old is it? are the ceiling beams real or ornament? terrific fireplace and windows.
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