“Some old-fashioned things like fresh air and sunshine are hard to beat”
– Laura Ingalls Wilder
Welcome Salvage Friends!
Today, on this edition of Salvage Sister & Mister Feature Me, we are fortunate to share with you a wonderful …..
EXTERIOR FARMHOUSE MAKEOVER
This is “3 Saw Ranch“, on account 3 old hand saws were found in the attic when they moved in. It’s owned by Todd W & Family and they live out in the country in East Texas.
The home was purchased 3 1/2 years ago and looked at it as a blank palette(shell) if you will. The previous owners only stayed in it a few months of the year, so other than basic finish on inside was what was here.
The first project was to change the outside house color from tan with green trim to a palette of white, black and grey trims, added trees, 3 rail horse fencing……this years projects have been the porch rails and stoop/landing and the 3 door “Barn Port”.
PAINT IS ALWAYS A GOOD PLACE TO START WHEN YOU WANT TO MAKE A BIG CHANGE
They have almost completed the inside renovations (kitchen, bath, bedroom, living & dining areas) and just doubled the land size to 5 acres to include more horse pasture, a pond and a 120 year old barn.
|CHECK OUT THIS FARMHOUSE SHED MAKEOVER|
This exterior farmhouse makeover is incredible and they have done all the remodeling work themselves.
A special thanks to Todd W & Family for sharing their special place of paradise with us!!!! We are blown away at this transformation.
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Before you go, don’t forget to check out these farmhouse style posts:
- 20 Farmhouse Projects
- This Ahhhhhhmazing Farmhouse Bathroom Remodel
- DIY Farmhouse Round Shelf
Michelle Leslie says
Oh how beautiful. It’s been totally transformed. You’re so right, that’s a little piece of paradise right there
Deborah Sommerlot says
Michelle, They did an amazing transformation. I need them to come work on mine 🙂
Happy Hiller says
Wow! What a transformation! Great job!
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