This spacious ranch was built in 1948 and looked like it was stuck in the 1970’s. Though it was totally outdated, it had lots of character and charm which helped set the stage for all the renovations.
The downside was this home had many leaks. The upside was it had solid wood beams and tongue and groove pine boards (aka ship lap)! Most of the boards were painted white to brighten up the space and keeping the bathroom ceiling natural gave it some warmth. The doors on the built in storage cabinet outside the bathroom were removed to create a bookshelf. Mirroring this bookshelf on the other side of the den with a book nook tied it all together. A beadboard backsplash in the kitchen and a board and batten application on the long living room wall makes this home cohesive throughout. Click the photos below to learn more about this home.