I'm finally back to share some photos of Weld House Home #6. Baby Welder and I visited a couple times as things were wrapping up. So let's take a look inside.
Our little tour guide
This sink lives right inside the backdoor in the mudroom.
A one-of-a-kind piece made from a family heirloom.
Handcrafted doors made with reclaimed wood from an old barn on the property lead into the master bedroom.
Standing in the master bedroom looking into the closet which leads to the laundry room.
Rusty Barn Tin Ceiling and an old church light
I love the trim in this house.
It was made to match trim in the old farmhouse that was on the property.
Standing in the master bedroom looking into the master bath and French doors leading out to the back screened in porch.
Standing in the den looking into the kitchen
Stainless Steel appliances, granite countertops, farmhouse sink, antiqued cabinets and open shelving in an off-white color with a beadboard island painted light, sage green and distressed.
Screen door for the pantry
Old Ceiling Tile and Barn wood covered ventahood
Pendant lighting made from the home owner's Grandmother's egg basket.
How cool is that?!
I love all the perfect details
Master Bath with knotty alder cabinets, beautiful sconce lighting, an awesome family heirloom mirror and barn wood accent wall in the toilet nook.
(The plumber's were there setting the faucets. I wanted to close the cabinets and move their supplies for the pic but I resisted.)
Love that mirror
Before our next visit, the homeowners had started to move in. Jason was finishing up some last minute items (like the screened in porch) so I paid another visit to get a few more snapshots for you.
I just know this house is looking cuter and cuter by the day.
Just look at the fun pieces waiting to be placed in their spots!
Close up of the screened in porch
Making the house their home
Another great family mirror, sink rescued from the old farmhouse and a cute shelf
I think I had a close up of the HVAC door in an earlier post, but I just want to point it out here again.
The homeowner stripped the door and left just enough of the old blue paint.
A ceiling tile was fastened into the opening that once had glass.
I love how something boring but necessary like an HVAC closet is made into a focal point.
Looking into the master bath.
On the opposite wall from the vanity is the garden tub and shower.
Another look at the back of the house.
Didn't this home turn out great?
We wish the family a life full of fun times and memories.