Last day of our house tour…whew! Tons and tons of pictures, but I know later on down the road I will be so happy to have these memories documented.
Here is our laundry room. It’s nothing special but it is much nicer than the laundry closet we had in our apartment (and are about to have in our townhouse in Bowling Green). Right behind the door (to your left if you are walking in) is a really big closet where I store all my decorations and the ironing board.
And finally, the office. This room is basically our random junk room. Nothing matches, it never got decorated, it’s where we dumped stuff that didn’t have a home somewhere else, and the only reason it looks like this is because we had cleaned it up to get ready to sell the house.
My scrapbooking table to the right and the shelves/drawers that hold my Cricut and other scrapbooking paraphernalia. I bought that hutch at a yard sale when we still lived in our apartment. I used it to hold all our dishes since our kitchen was so tiny that there wasn’t any room for the dishes. The red in the background is scrapbook paper that I put in for a little pop of color. The white chair next to the hutch was bought at Goodwill. Michael sanded it so I could re-paint it; I never got around to it and after looking at it sitting in the garage everyday I decided that I liked the sanded, distressed look for now and just went ahead and moved it in the house. Maybe I’ll get around to painting it later. The box sitting on the chair is an old wooden box filled with Mason jars – so many cool possibilities for that project that I can’t settle on just one so for now they are boring and empty. I do love a good Mason jar!
Michael’s desk (technically my desk from when I was little, but he is the one that uses that area the most and it has all his junk on it). On the right you can see the mirror for the dresser in the guest room that we never put on.
My scrabooking table again. It is usually pulled away from the wall (in the middle of the room) so I can sit on the other side of the table and watch tv or movies on the iMac while I scrapbook. It is also usually much more cluttered but I cleaned it up for people coming to look at our house.
So there you have it…our first house. I love it and I’m sad to leave. It sure will be hard moving in to a little townhouse after our wonderfully large house. Now if only someone else will love it as much as us and buy it quickly!