Thanks to my mother-in-law who kept the kids for me Saturday morning and afternoon, I was able to go over to the house and work. My job was to pull all of the carpet staples and tack strip off of the floor in the sitting room. I'm trying to move room by room to make it a "sanctuary" and give us some sort of mental relief that things are actually getting done. When you look at the whole house, sometimes it's overwhelming thinking about all that still needs to be done. This helps my brain realize that there's not a whole lot left to do in this room.
The before's and after's of a 1920's farmhouse located outside of Charlotte, NC. We'll be tearing down walls, painting front porches, turning a kitchen into a master bath and a master bedroom into a kitchen. We hope you come back and see how our farmhouse becomes our forever home.
Young 20-somethings, married for 5 years with two kids. Natalie's true loves are God, family and thrift shopping. Adam enjoys woodworking and making sure Natalie doesn't come home with any ceramic dogs and tape cassettes. We have one house flip under our belt and we had so much fun, we decided to do it again. This time, we plan to stick around for a while.