100 Year Old House Renovation

This home was a disaster. Almost to the point of no return. It was a complete reno.
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This home was a mess. The floor was rotting and the walls were being consumed by termites. It was purchased off the court house steps and gutted. It was one of the most fun projects I have ever done.
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This room had at originally been a porch, then a spare room and now it is the master bathroom.
“maybe” — peteandamy
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This front porch is just begging for you to come drink lemonade and rock the afternoon away.
“Columns, hand rail” — dtrotter
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“open from kitchen to dinning room” — sagedawn
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Kitchens built in the 1910's were traditionally small, so to give the feel of a larger kitchen we added this gothic arch during renovation. The lighting is from Old Home Supply in Fort Worth, TX. The pendants were custom made there from antique glass shades.
“Sink view” — adough90
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Breakfast nook
“like all white molding on wall; crisp and clean; warm area for seating” — tanyarussell
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This pedestal sink was purchased at Old Home Supply and is estimated to be about 100 years old. I special ordered the faucet from Lowes. The wallpaper makes a statement without being the focus.
“Mirror” — smccomb
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The pedestal sink is about 100 years old and was found at Old Home Supply in downtown Ft Worth. The wallpaper is subtle but the size of the pattern makes a statement.
“Wallpaper” — jmgsam
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Vanity with plenty of storage,
“mirror” — kikiprincess
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Refurbished claw foot tub. The chandelier was original to the home and once lived in the dinning room.
“Masterbath” — vlayton
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The modern washer and dryer are hidden away behind cabinets. There wasn't room for a rod to dry clothes so I found this pull out drying rack online and we painted it to match the cabinets.
“Cabinet to hide washer/dryer” — Back 9 Development, Inc.
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This room was once a porch, then a bedroom and finally the master bathroom.
“bathroom colors” — Jane Pientka
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