Another completed project! This row home has so much natural light and is quite spacious considering some Baltimore row homes can be narrow. I love how open this house is and how large the kitchen is! The room off the back is an added bonus for a mudroom. Here’s some of the before and after photos on this gorgeous row home.
What do home renovation enthusiasts do when there aren’t any projects left to do on their home? Well I guess we could move, but we’re just not ready for that yet so we took the plunge and started a company! The official company website is klrdevelopment.com however I figured what better place to show the actual rehab before and after photos than my blog. So without further delay, here’s a gorgeous home that recently sold in less than a week and took about a year to complete. I am equally obsessed with this kitchen – the size, the island, all those cabinets! – as well as the master bath – the shiplap, that huge walk in shower, the tiles, the vanity space! I also staged the home to define the spaces, given it’s such an open floor plan.
It is a large, rancher-style home, very dated and very dark. The rooms were small and closed off and our plan was to open it up and lighten it up to really showcase how big this house is and how much beautiful potential it has. So here you go, in no certain order because there are so many before pictures…
And here’s how it looks now completed and beautiful…
Gray Owl by Benjamin Moore
Kitchen with Gray Owl
For paint colors we used Benjamin Moore gray owl and white dove. The lighting all came from Wayfair, and we used quartz in the kitchen for countertops. Now on to the next project!
For now our home is complete, there’s always something to redecorate and we’re thinking of moving the boys into the same room shortly so I’ll have fun with that but for now I think it’s a wrap on renovation projects. I thought I’d conclude with a photo gallery of where we are now, almost 3 years into this house.
Now, we can focus on renovation projects outside of our personal home…stay tuned!