If you follow me on Instagram then you’ve probably figured out that we’re moving!! We have so enjoyed making 2433 our home over the last 3+ years, but it was time for a change and a for sale sign went in the front yard.
As part of the selling process professional photos were taken of our home for the listing and we both loved seeing them when they came back – They sure make your house look great! Since we had these fabulous photos from the Cassina Group, I thought it’d be fun to do a home tour of what everything looked like before we packed up and moved!
I’m starting with the rooms that most friends & family have spent the most time in: our living room & kitchen.
Real talk, our living room really started feeling like a complete room once we got a rug. It’s crazy how one thing has that effect! It helped define the space, plus just gave your feet something soft to be on haha. Hi Magnolia wreath | Wingback Chair | Charleston Map
Our dining nook may be small, but it’s full of projects! We did hide the driftwood curtain rod (in case a buyer fell in love with it and wanted to keep it), and the Morris Island lighthouse canvas wasn’t hung after we repainted… but it still looks way better than when we moved in!
Whitewashed breakfast table | Invisible Tab Curtains | Sullivans Island painting
As you know, our kitchen had been recently renovated – and yes, we renovated it with the purpose to sell our home, but have totally enjoyed it the last month.
After the renovation we really tried to keep the counters clean and not put a lot of stuff out (like my flour and sugar containers). I have also fallen in love with the 1 big sink instead of a divided one – it makes washing larger dishes SO MUCH EASIER.
Goodbye beautiful kitchen & living room – many great times have been spent there!
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It looks fantastic! Isn’t that funny to see it finally end up like you like it and then you sell 🙂 Can’t wait to see where you end up.
And I LOLed over the curtain rod. My girlfriend bought a house last year and kept talking about these pineapple curtain rods and then when she got in closing day they had swapped them for plain black ones! She was so sad!!
Hahahahha I would have been so sad as well. I totally unscrewed my boat cleats I used as tie backs and patched / painted the holes. They were coming with me!
I love the way this kitchen remodel came together! Good luck with your move, and I can’t wait to see photos of the new place!
Meg, Borrowed Heaven
Looks fabulous! Are you staying in Charleston?! Good luck finding your next home!!
Yes! Just moving across 17 🙂 Should close next week and will have tons of projects then!