Aren't these great colors she chose for the outside of her home? The brick is a natural red, the siding is taupe and the shutters are black. Classic is always in style! This house still falls on the smaller side - under 2000 sq. ft. - but there is an addition over the garage and in the back. Let's go inside.
Here is the living room.
Notice the french doors to the family room. These are always wonderful in a smaller house as they add light and create more visual space.
This is the family room, an addition to the back of the house. How about those red walls. Nice!
Here is the original galley kitchen.
The master bedroom is part of the addition over the garage that created a bedroom suite. Again, notice the french doors into the bathroom.
And the boys room. Monica did a great job with decorating both childrens' rooms. I wouldn't change a thing. And notice that the children share rooms. Which as far as I'm concerned, is the only way to go. For my tips on raising children in a smaller space you can click HERE
This laundry room is part of the addition. Wish it was mine!
I have pear trees...
and peach trees...
and cherry trees with ripe cherries.
I asked the neighbors to help pick the cherries before the squirrels and robins ate every last one.
Buddy also enjoys the garden. He likes to look out the back fence and see what is going on.
And sometimes he goes out to play with his friends.
Have a great weekend!