Ranch Redo

We love getting updates from clients on their home renovations. Recently, past clients bought a 1969 ranch home. It had great bones but needed some updating. The home owners have just begun on their renovations, but these pictures show how paint and new flooring can make a huge difference in the appearance of a home. These home owners choose a neutral and soft hued palate to paint and decorate their home. We think they did an excellent job. Looks magazine cover ready.  Below is their renovation story:

“The new flooring (Allen+Roth laminate flooring in Toasted Butternut) made a pretty dramatic difference.  I also primed and painted some of the trim and doors white.”

“We definitely made progress by widening the doorway between the family room and kitchen, installing new laminate flooring (Allen and Roth Toasted Butternut), painting the window seat and trim white, and painting the walls Benjamin Moore Muslin (which I don’t like, so I will be repainting! ).”

“Again, in this room we painted over the wallpaper with two coats of Zinsser Allprime oil-based primer and sealer, then 2 coats of Valspar’s Pixie Dust.  We replaced the carpet with Allen and Roth laminate flooring in Toasted Butternut.  We also primed and painted the trim and crown molding white.”

“For this room we painted over the wallpaper with two coats of Zinsser Allprime oil-based primer and sealer, then 2 coats of  Benjamin Moore’s Quiet Moments.  We replaced the carpet with Allen and Roth laminate flooring in Toasted Butternut.  We also primed and painted the trim and crown molding white.”

Thank you for sharing your story! We look forward to helping you with your future home purchase.  #welcomehomeomaha

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