Updating ranch house exteriors
I’ve been having a blast, from partaking in Christmas parties, plays, and dinners with friends and am thoroughly enjoying this month.
I’ve got a fun project I’m helping with and want to share it with y’all today! One of my friends from my church and fellow choir member, Andrea, has lived in this 1950’s brick ranch house off the Marietta square for 14 years.
This year, Jonathan and Drew are going head to head to renovate two run-down properties, then sell them for the biggest return on investment.
See the stunning before-and-after renovation from Drew's property.
Here are some things you might like and dislike about doing a historically accurate ranch-house renovation.
Here are five ways to improve the ranch style’s exterior, transforming it from blah to beautiful.
See how Drew and Jonathan transformed this simple house into a stylish yet functional abode.
Trees crowded this house, the veranda's railing was missing, and a lack of landscaping made the house unwelcoming."I'm always in search of the ugly duckling," says designer Ann Nicholson, referring to the day that she and her husband, Charles, stopped short in front of this 1910 Craftsman-style bungalow with zero curb appeal, a partially gutted interior, and a 'For Sale by Owner' sign pushed into an overgrown lawn.
And I told her I would blog about it, which she is excited about.
We’ve barely gotten started on things, so it might be a bit slow, but I wanted to share the Before pics with you so you can see what we are working with.