This charming 1940’s ranch bungalow at 2806 Laporte Ave has quaint old town character and has loads of natural light, original hardwood floors throughout, built-in cabinets, large laundry room/mud room. Newer water heater, interior paint, roof and updated electrical. Convenient location with easy access to downtown, City Park, golf course, foothills and the CSU campus. Outside City limits, no HOA. First American Home Warranty included. Contact Kelly Swift for your private showing at (970) 310-4876 for more information or click the link below for more details.
3792 Daylily St has been impeccably maintained with a brand new AC unit and kitchen stove. Main level boasts real wood ﬂoors, vaulted ceilings, gas ﬁreplace, laundry room and master suite with 5 piece bath and walk-in closet. Updated kitchen has quartz counter tops with stunning stainless steel back splash. Half bath also has updated quartz counter and back splash. Lots of potential for unﬁnished basement with rough-ins. Contact Melissa Gracik for your private showing at 970-492-5848 for more information or click the link below for more details.
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Today we’re looking at how paint has changed your rooms, from the kitchen to the bedroom, from the living room to the laundry room.
Makeover 1: Stephanie Van Dyke, original photo on Houzz
AFTER: Houzz user Stephanie Van Dyke’s newly dark living room walls.
Makeover 2: Before Photo, original photo on Houzz
BEFORE: Van Dyke wanted to switch up these light walls. The new colors are Ralph Lauren’s Smoked Glass and Tibetan Jasmine. “The Smoked Glass is a beautiful, dynamic color that changes throughout the day,” she says.
Makeover 3: Before Photo, original photo on Houzz
BEFORE: Houzz user and blogger c2marsha did not have much love for this pale green color in her bedroom. “The old pale green color just felt really stale and boring; we wanted something bolder but not bright or harsh,” she says.
Makeover 4: c2marsha, original photo on Houzz
AFTER: “We chose Behr Bitter Chocolate for our master bedroom, which sits on the second floor of our Dutch colonial in Minneapolis,” she says. “We didn’t want our room to feel too feminine or masculine, and we wanted it to feel like it fit us well, which made it very difficult to pick a color!”
The rich brown brought in a modern touch that works with their mix of vintage and traditional pieces.
Makeover 5: Before Photo, original photo on Houzz
BEFORE: Maple trees surrounding the house and the colors on the walls made Houzz user hellovijp’s home in Quebec City very dark inside.
Makeover 6: hellovijp, original photo on Houzz
AFTER: Because one room flows into the next and the spaces were lacking cohesion, hellovijp painted the entire floor the same color, SICO’s Portobello #6185-41. It really lightens things up while keeping the look warm.
Makeover 7: Before Photo, original photo on Houzz
BEFORE: Amanda Haytaian wanted a fresh look for her living room; pink walls and a dated fireplace were no longer working.
Makeover 8: Amanda Haytaian, original photo on Houzz
AFTER: She brought the pink into the room via smaller accents. A beautiful new coffered ceiling and marble fireplace surround freshen up the space. The walls are Benjamin Moore’s Etiquette in matte, and the trim is Benjamin Moore’s Steam in semigloss.
Makeover 9: Before Photo, original photo on Houzz
BEFORE: Becky, of the blog this is happiness, had been dreaming of a whiter kitchen.
Makeover 10: Becky, original photo on Houzz
AFTER: “It’s still a work in progress, but we took our very dark kitchen to a cheerful, bright white,” she says. Kwal acrylic paint in Pure Snow did the trick.
Tip: She recommends having the cabinets spray painted to avoid brushstrokes.
Makeover 11: Before Photo, original photo on Houzz
BEFORE: “This laundry room is a great example of white not making a poorly lit, windowless room light and airy; it just made it gray, dingy and scuff-marked,” says Cathy Zaeske.
Makeover 12: Cathy Zaeske, original photo on Houzz
AFTER: Going for an industrial chic look, she chose a new pendant light and Sherwin-Williams’ high-gloss 6076 Turkish Coffee. The new room is much better at inspiring the homeowners to want to do their laundry.
By Becky Harris, Houzz
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