All I can say is…..wow! Our flooded house makeover after Hurricane Harvey has been LONG, extremely draining, emotional and painful. I am not going to sugar coat this horrible situation at all – just gonna keep it real!! Some days I didn’t know if I could even get out of bed and go through our “normal” routine; it was really that bad. Even now as I go back through the pictures, my tears flow uncontrollably. It will be an experience that we will never forget, and will change the way we view our lives forever.
It has been over 11 months, and we are still unpacking boxes and getting settled in. BUT…. through the grace of God, and His Spirit moving in and taking over – our family has survived!! We are beginning to see a glimpse of hope and wonder of what God has in store for our family. And this house – well, it is now turning back into our HOME again!! AMEN!! If you want to view part 1 click HURRICANE HARVEY FLOODED – THE DESTRUCTION (Part 1).
So, today I am posting before and after pictures of our house. Some are before the flood, after the flood, the rebuilding, and the areas that I am working on. I will show more “staged” or decorated pictures as I get rooms completely done, but wanted to show pictures of the progress while unpacking. NOTE: things are not clean, nor are these the best quality of pictures. Hopefully soon I can do some updates. As for now – here they are!! woohoo!!
Leave me some feedback- I’d love to hear what you think. And please continue to pray for those who are still without their homes. It means the world to them 🙂
REBUILDING AFTER HURRICANE HARVEY:
FLOODED HOUSE MAKEOVER
I am loving my custom x-shaped double barn doors for the office/piano room. I know they were a lot of work for the guys to install since they they were so heavy….but they do dress up the entrance to this room don’t ya think?? My husband has been able to work from this room now, and can close the doors easily for a little quiet time.
Opening up the walls from the kitchen to the living room has made a huge difference in the flow of these 3 areas. I always felt like we had a living room section, a breakfast table section, and then the kitchen. Even though they were only separated with the double arches and bar top, they still felt closed off. Now we have a ton of natural light and can access both sides of the island.
Yep….my Boomer always likes to pose for the pictures!! He is such a glory hound – no pun intended!! l can’t wait to set up the bookshelves with some family photos and personalize this shiplap wall. It is still one of my favorite things that we decided to add to the remodel.
I am soooo happy I decided to paint the bed, nightstands, and dresser (not pictured -yet). You can actually see the bed now, and it looks so dreamy!! Here is the tutorial for the nightstands here, and I’ll get the bed and dresser tutorials up soon. I painted them with a different technique (dry brushed ) than the nightstands (glazed/antiqued), so the tutorials are not the same. Just a FYI 😉
I will post more pictures soon, and provide some closeups pictures also. This is just a little sneak peek at all of the changes we made.
HOME. SWEET. HOME
SO….. Whatcha think?? I am loving how it is all coming together, and can’t wait to get everything unpacked. I know I am feeling more like myself already because I am already thinking of decorating for fall – LOL!!
Love & Hugs 🙂
If you want to see my fall decorations from last year – right before we flooded – click Blue and White Fall Dining Room, Blue and Orange Fall Living Room, Halloween-Fall Foyer, and Halloween Fa-BOO-lous Breakfast Party.