Intro to my New Blog Series and a Different Perspective of #The1878byCarli

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Hey guys! I realize its been a while since I’ve spoken about the “elephant in the room,” aka our renovation.  Things have slowed down quite a bit around here since we moved in back in September (mid renovation), and since so much time has passed since I’ve shared an update on here, (although you’ll find lots on my Instastories) I’ve decided to do a State of the Renovation Series, and share where we are room-by-room and the plans that we have for each space going forward.

First Floor
Second Floor 

Before I go ahead and jump right in with the first space, I figured I would use this post to do a photo tour/recap to share where we started from in this house.  You can also check out my first post sharing a video tour and some photos from our first walk through of the home. To be honest, my husband and I look at these pics all the time and think, “What were we thinking?!”  

We are lucky enough to have 3D images and floorplans of our home, check ’em out above and below: 

Bottom left:  Entry and Living room, Top Left: staircase and Kyle’s Mini Room, soon to be our walk in closet,  Top Right:  Master Bedroom

fwmadebycarli victorian floorplan

fwmadebycarli victorian floorplan

Top Left:  our daughter’s room, Bottom Left:  our oldest son’s room, Bottom Center: Dining Room/Kitchen, Top Center:  our middle son’s room, Top (Pink):  Bathroom, Bottom middle (between son’s room and dining room is the 1st floor bathroom)

Opposite side of the house

Although the images aren’t super clear, it is a cool perspective to have on a home, don’t ya think?  Having the opportunity to view our house like this was like striking gold.

Be sure to check back in the coming weeks as I share room-by-room progress thus far 🙂  Have an amazing week friends!

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  1. Jamala Wallace
    March 27, 2019 / 3:44 am

    I'm amazed with what you're doing with your home. I love old homes and though they are challenging, the rewards of seeing how it's transformed is a wonderful feeling.

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