The back bedroom was our final remodeling task. Like yesterday’s post, these “before” pictures are very outdated and I’m pretty sure everything in this room has been passed along, garage saled or relocated, but at least it gives you an idea!
This room was a yellow color and really wasn’t that bad despite being painted about 15 years prior. It just had some normal wear and tear, but it was generally in good shape.
We repainted the room a light greyish blue color, and that is really about all we did in here. (don’t mind the cat hair protector sheet on the bed)
This room will be Luke’s “big boy” room once we move him out of the nursery. He can’t wait!
We finally (FINALLY) got around to remodeling our pantry. This room holds a lot of stuff and it was looking pretty rough. The floor was stained and paint splattered. The ceiling was in need of a paint job and the walls had many scratched and damaged areas.
So we started with very pink walls and white and pink floors. We had added many more shelves and a refrigerator since these pictures were taken, but these are the only “before” pictures I could find…
The wood cabinets are built in and they hold all of our canned goods:
This entire area looked different than this when we started but you can see some of the wall damage to the left of the picture.
We repainted the walls “pear” which is a yellowish color and repainted the ceiling white just to clean it back up. The floor is a mismatch of peel and stick tiles that we had left from 3 other rooms in our home. We mixed them up and we are really pleased with the results!
The white shelves behind the freezer are built in and hold all of our canning equipment and various small appliances like my blender and such.
It looks so much cleaner and up to date. I’m glad to check this off of our to do list for basically just the cost of paint!
Originally our trailer was 75% carpeted. The only rooms without carpet, the kitchen, mudroom, bathroom and pantry room. That leaves wonderful carpeted areas like the dining room and the other bathroom. Except carpet in the dining room and bathroom is anything BUT wonderful! We got rid of the dining room carpet a couple of years ago and we’ve been saving to make some more changes to the rest of the house. Between three animals, the mold problems that are inevitable in a trailer and my allergies, the carpet REALLY needed to go. So we’re in the process.
Here is our starting point:
It doesn’t look too bad until you get close to it, so you’ll have to trust me that it was gross!
But before we could start putting in the laminate floor we had to take care of the problems that were hiding under all that… like a rotten subfloor and wall…..
More fun to come