From clothes to homes and everything in between, we love a great makeover! Who doesn’t?
This 1920’s English Tudor Remodel by Summer Thornton is an absolutely stunning testament to what a lot of vision and a little (Ok, a lot…) of elbow grease can do!
The best thing about old houses is, by far, their architectural details.
One thing you can’t renovate? The light! In this house it is incredible!
A dark paneled den is the original–and ultimate–man cave.
A deep, dark color is romantic and warm in this stunning dining room.
Summer Thornton is one of those designers who knows that there are places for light and places for dark.
The kitchen is one of the places that we love to let the light shine in!
Steel windows and doors are one of our favorite details and add instant interest to a room.
Cozy nooks like these are always our favorites! We love how this designer turned what could have been wasted space into a major moment.
You know we’re huge fans of sloped ceilings. They add instant charm!
Subway tile is an instant refresh wherever it is. In old houses or new, it creates a beautiful bathroom!
Speaking of gorgeous bathrooms… The vintage feel of this one is perfect for the age of the house.
This is another one of those “moments” we were talking about that Summer Thornton does so very well. Never underestimate the power of a well-accessorized vignette! We hope you’re having a terrific week and appreciate your stopping by!
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We couldn’t love this photo of Slightly South of Simple with Diane James Home’s gorgeous blue hydrangeas any more. Why are blue hydrangeas important to the plot? You’ll have to read to find out! Thirty-two days and counting until the SSoS release!