ENFP Decorating for the Inspirer

Welcome back to Decorating for your Personality. Today we’re delving into ENFP, decorating for the Inspirer.  This is one post in a sixteen part series looking at how your Myers Briggs personality profile affects your decorating choices.  Most recently we looked at ESFP (Performer) and principles they should be considering in their home decor. In this series, it’s important to remember that everyone has different tastes when it comes to home decor, but each of us have preferences that can often be traced back to our personality profile and how we perceive and react to the world.  By better understanding our personality profile, we can make informed decorating decisions that can lead to more peaceful living and well-rounded lives.

In this guide, I will not attempt to tell you whether country cottage fits you better, or if you are more the modern eclectic type.  We all are drawn to different styles, and similar personalities will not necessarily have similar decorating tastes.  But, they will have similar ways of making decisions, evaluating choices, and experiencing the decor in their homes.  Which is why, in this series, I will be focusing on broader concepts and decision making  in your home decor versus specific design styles.

Decorate for your Personality

ENFP, also known as Champion or Advocate, are most recognized for their contagious enthusiasm.  Women ENFP’s are fairly well represented at 10% of the population while men ENFP’s make up 8%.  Famous persons with this personality type include: Bill Clinton, Julie Andrews, Dr. Seuss, and Robin Williams (what a fun bunch to be associated with!).

ENFP’s are people-oriented individuals with a focus on possibilities.  They spread their excitement over new ideas to those around them and are excellent motivators and encouragers.  Extremely well-spoken, ENFP’s can navigate conversations with ease and be very persuasive.  They are very aware of themselves, but must take time alone to ‘re-center’ so that their emotional excitement over new things doesn’t make them lose touch with their values.  Overall, Inspirers are warm, energetic, and ingenuous risk-takers, with many diverse talents.

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ENFP Decorating

  • Bring Excitement.  One of the most beautiful qualities of an ENFP is their overflowing excitement and joy for life.  It’s contageous!  Show your infectious enthusiasm in the colors, styles, and forms you use to decorate your home.  Go bold, or subtely dramatic.  Whatever helps excite you, display it.  Get giddy at the site of marble?  Try an accent backplash.  Are you inspired by the beauty of music?  Paint lyrics on the wall.  Reds, oranges, pinks! Whatever helps excite you, incorporate that into your house and share it with others.  Be intense, that’s you!

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  • Create Personal Space. Moreso than other Extroverts, ENFP’s need to take time alone to recenter themselves and make sure their passion and enthusiasm is in line with their personal values.  Creating a space for just you to take time and collect your thoughts and evaluate the goings on in life will help you as you pursue your goals.

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  • Inject Meaning.  ENFP’s seek meaning in everything.  They try to adapt their life according to their personal values and to find inner peace.  Incorporate meaning into your home as a greater reflection of you and the journey of life you are on.  Find a song or verse particularly meaningful?  Frame it.  Have a keepsake or picture that signifies a treasured memory?  Display it proudly.  Let your home reflect what has impacted you most in life.

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  • Simplify Routine.  Do you find that little mundane everyday tasks are the bane of your existence???  You are not along, ENFP’s commonly view the details of everyday life as drudgery, preferring instead to focus on the world of exciting possibilities.  To free your hands and mind for more interesting endeavors, try and simplify the routines in your life.  You can use your home to help in this arena by creating easily accessible storage for quick cleanup, using a command center to organize your tasks, and creating routines for members of the household to contribute.

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  • Use your Gifts.   Don’t be afraid to get your hands dirty!  ENFP’s are broadly talented and often good at whatever interests them.  If you’ve been stalking some DIY pins on pinterest for a while, go ahead and try them!  Chances are you will do great :)  As a project oriented individual, you will have the focus it takes to exceed.  Just be careful to practice diligence as it can be easy for an ENFP to move on to another project without finishing the first.

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  • Incorporate Others.  The Nurture’s infectious enthusiasm often inspires others to the same cause.  Because of this ENFP’s can be very influential individuals.  Use your persuasion skills wisely and get others involved in your home and the projects and decorating you tackle.  Chances are not only can you convince them to help, but they will enjoy being around such a life-celebrating individual!

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  • Accommodate People. ENFP’s are people lovers who bring out the best in others.  They place a high importance on relationships and are often well-liked.  Let your great people skills infuse into your home decor and furniture arrangements.  Use seating configurations that maximize personal conversation.  Create a gathering area around the kitchen so you can spend time with others while you cook.  Incorporate the people you love into your home!

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Good News for the Inspirer

1.  You are risk-taker.  Where others may be afraid to even try, you have the guts and passion to go-for-it and try crazy things!  You’re home can be a bold expression of your talents and zest for life.

 

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2. You’re brimming with ideas and possibilities.  Where others may see a blank wall, you see great potential!  It is a gift to be full of so much inspiration.  This will carry through in your home ideas and decorating for a creative and beautiful home.

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Thanks for reading these decorating tips and tricks for the Inspirer or ENFP. What ideas are you passionate about?  How do you find the discipline to follow through on your projects (as an ENTP I struggle with this as well!)?  Thanks again, and see more types below!

 

Decorating for your Personality:

Introduction
INTP Decorating for the Thinker
ESTJ Decorating for the Guardian
INFP Decorating for the Idealist
ENFJ Decorating for the Giver
INFJ Decorating for the Protector
ENTP Decorating for the Visionary
ESFJ Decorating for the Caregiver
ISFP Decorating for the Artist
ISFJ Decorating for the Nurturer
ESFP Decorating for the Performer

 

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Cookin’ Up Some Kitchen Dreams

Without a doubt, the room I’ve spent the most time daydreaming about is the kitchen.  There are just so many choices and options, it can keep me entertained for hours :)  Since I have such elaborate schemes hatching in my head, I figured… why not share them with you?  They are just dreams for now, more pressing items include installing flooring so we aren’t living on plywood sub floors.  But why not dream a little… ? ;)

First, a look at layout.  Below is the house layout for the first floor as is now.

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First Floor Layout  |  Mrs. Fancee

As I mentioned in my post of house pictures (where I totally forgot to show any second floor pics…), ideally I would love for the wall between the kitchen and the dining room to be gone.  Now, Jake has given it his preliminary assessment…. and he believes the wall won’t be load bearing (based on the direction of the trusses in the attic), but there will be a gas line to move :/  Which could cost a bit, so we will see.

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You can see above how the kitchen is laid out now, and the wall that I would like to remove.

The layout I’ve been dreaming up in my head looks like this:

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After removing the wall, I extended the area of the kitchen two feet into the dining room (I think there will still be plenty of space in there).  The sink will be in the same place mostly because it needs to be under the window and you can’t move that ;)  (yay for not rerouting water lines!) But the oven will relocate to the ‘nook wall’ while the Fridge ends up on the other side of the sink.

Below is a mood board that gives a good feel of the look I’d like for our kitchen…

Kitchen Mood Board

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I’m a big fan of the domsjo IKEA farmhouse sink (pictured above).  It is pretty reasonable, as far as those types go, and it is huge and not too deep!  I’m already in love ;)  It would be neat to have an industrial sprayer faucet too.  You can also see some subway tile on the board.  Predictable? Maybe, but it’s just so classically beautiful that i can’t resist!

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Let’s talk cabinets.  Now, in my opinion, cabinets make a kitchen… and to achieve the perfect look I’m dreaming of (and not spend a fortune) we would have to make them ourselves….  But, that may be a bigger project than we can take on, it remains to be seen.  I would LOVE to have chunky, modular inset shaker cabinets, like the ones pictured above.  Now, IKEA sells some shaker-like cabinets that are nice, but they are overlay…  And for some ridiculous reason, I really love inset better.  I think because inset cabinets really speak to quality craftsmanship and give an authentic ‘older’ look, as they have to be very carefully measured and made to fit snuggly inside the the face and they really aren’t made that way very often anymore because of the custom precision necessary.

(Cabinet 101: inset doors sit inside the face frame and you can see the frame in between the cabinets. partial overlay cabinet doors sit on top of the face frame but do not touch each other.  full overlay are on top of the face frames and cover them completely)

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Another fun (and maybe crazy) idea I am throwing around is white uppers with blue (or teal or navy) lowers.  Daring… right?  I think it could look so fun and classy.  But there is danger that it is a little ‘trendy’ and could look cliche.

And this brings us to countertops…. (dun dun dun duuuunnn)  If we were to do non-white lowers, I think the counters would have to be white to balance the color and darkness in the room.  And friends, in an ideal world, I would have marble countertops all day, everyday.  But, I recognize that they are not the most scratch/etch resistant surface out there and therefore not the most practical.  (Marble has been the source of some friendly verbal sparring between Jake and I. ;) )

Of course there is granite, of which I would prefer the least ‘grainy’ look attainable in a light light grey.  Laminate, without a doubt is the most practical choice for a kitchen… but just not the most beautiful.  I briefly considered solid surface countertops because I think they can look nice in a modern white, until I read they they are extremely stainable… If we are getting high-maintenance countertops, they might as well be marble ;)  Concrete is beautiful, and DIYable, but also high-maintenance (and a lot of work to make lol).  So we will see…

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 See that island?  I love the idea of a skinny island in a galley kitchen.  In my kitchen diagram above I added a narrow island that I think would serve to add lots of prep space as well as a little extra storage.  Maybe if I’m too chicken to go with blue lowers, I can do all white cabinets and a blue island :)

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I’m thinking instead of upper cabinets around the stove, some kind of open shelving, maybe like the picture above.  Also I just had to squeeze my ‘appliance garage’ in there.  Did you notice it in my layout plan?  I love the idea that you have a cabinet that sits on top of your counter and houses those appliances that are usually in the way like the microwave and toaster oven.  And you can close the door and they are out of sight!

It’s fun to dream about the pretty stuff since lately the house realities have looked more like this….

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But it’s all part of the process, and dreams like this that keep it going :)

 

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We Did It! We are officially Homeowners :)

We did it!!!  We are finally in, no longer homeless, and we are homeowners!!!! :)  Woohoo!!!  Monday night, it was quite the adventure, but nevertheless… We made it.

We closed at around 4pm, but by the time we grabbed lunch, loaded our mattress in the car, and got to the house, it was about 6pm.  So many crazy emotions!  Like, Wow, this is ours!…. Wow, there are SO MANY mosquitoes! … Oh my goodness, we are living here now!!!!!!!!!! 

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Enter the house… and our nostrils are assaulted by the smell of cat urine.. everywhere.  I can’t we didn’t know already, but boy, it smelled awful.  The original plan was to try and live the carpet as-is for a while to save up for new flooring.  But, after several minutes in that smell we decided it all had to go, that night.  So we spent our first evening as home-owners ripping out carpets and padding, coughing because our noses were in so much pain, and attempting to bring some feeling of ‘clean’ to the house.

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I have concluded that the previous homeowners just never cleaned.  They never did, not once.  Everything is nasty.  So we tried to prioritize last night.  While Jake ripped up carpet I attempted to sanitize the bathroom so it could be usable.  Let me just say… that toilet and I are now acquainted on an intimate level.  I started scrubbing at some stains on the toilet and quickly realized that in fact they were caked on poop spots.  blegh..ghllghhg… blehhh!  (I promise I usually right about nice, pretty stuff… sorry for all this nast!)

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Even after ripping up most all of the carpet, there may still be an odor in the subfloor… We will see.  I did read that priming the subfloor is pretty effective at sealing odors in though, anyone have experience with this?

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We picked the kitties up last night and they are very happy to be reunited with us.  Hopefully, they like it here and aren’t too mad at us for boarding them for a whole week!  This is how Pumpkin originally felt about the move:

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But, I think she will come around and eventually love this place!  Maybe once it no longer smells and is covered in layers of grime….

It’s all part of the process though, and I think we are going to really enjoy tackling these projects together…  Even though we felt nasty and could hardly breath that first night, Jake said, This is fun right?  And I said, Yes it is :)

 

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ESFP Decorating for the Performer

Welcome back to Decorating for your Personality.  In this post we’ll take a look at ESFP, decorating for the Performer.  This is one post in a sixteen part series delving into how your Myers Briggs personality profile affects your decorating choices.  Most recently we looked at ISFJ (Nurturer) and principles they should be considering in their home decor. In this series, it’s important to remember that everyone has different tastes when it comes to home decor, but each of us have preferences that can often be traced back to our personality profile and how we perceive and react to the world.  By better understanding our personality profile, we can make informed decorating decisions that can lead to more peaceful living and well-rounded lives.

In this guide, I will not attempt to tell you whether country cottage fits you better, or if you are more the modern eclectic type.  We all are drawn to different styles, and similar personalities will not necessarily have similar decorating tastes.  But, they will have similar ways of making decisions, evaluating choices, and experiencing the decor in their homes.  Which is why, in this series, I will be focusing on broader concepts and decision making  in your home decor versus specific design styles.

Decorate for your Personality

ESFP the Performer, also known as Provider or Supporter, represent around 12% of the population.  These are our social butterflies, upholders of integral institutions, and true servants to humanity.  Some famous fictional ESFP’s include Monica from Friends, Molly Weasley from Harry Potter, and Baloo from the Jungle Book.  For a more indepth analysis of the ESFP, visit here.

This is a fun type for me to write because I think of my best friend who is inbetween the ESFP and ESFJ.  I totally see some of these awesome traits in her, like her constant overflow of bubbly joy, and her carefree spirit.  She may deny it, but put her with a group of people and she is definitely the life of the party :)

ESFP’s thrive on people and new exciting experiences.  They are the sympathetic team players that help mitigate conflict and create a fun environment for everyone.  These spontaneous and optimistic individuals don’t deal too much with theory, but live in the concrete world of hands-on application, and practical advise.  The ESFP resist structure and routine. Overall this loving type is flexible, kind-hearted, and gifted with a special ability to enjoy life.

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ESFP Decorating

  • Dramatize your Home.  No, not Desperate Housewives kind of drama…  ESFP’s thrive on new experiences, excitement and the drama of life.  Their fun-loving, spontaneous nature should be proudly displayed in their home.  Be bold, and unexpected in your decorating.  Buying some neutral bases is a great idea, so you can change up accessories (such as pillowcases on a couch) to your heart’s desire!  Bring some drama to your home decor, spice up life to match your fun-loving personality.

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  • Go with the Flow. As a Performer, you have a wonderful ability to improvise in all situations and function best without the constraints of structure and routine.  Don’t worry about following decorating ‘rules,’ follow your instincts and your home will be a more beautiful as a true reflection of yourself.

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  • Learn by Doing.  Want to try something in your home, but you’re not sure how it will turn out?  ESFP’s are hands-on learners.  ‘Just do it’ might as well be your new motto, because it is the best way for you to experience new ideas as a Performer.  While some personalities prefer to theorize and plan lengthily on a project they are thinking of, ESFP’s live in the here and now.  Learning to get your hands dirty on that project you’ve wanted to try is a key step in your home decor success.

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  • Offer Solutions.  The ESFP tends to be extremely observant of others’ feelings, sensing when they are in distress.  While not prone to offering theoretical advice, the Performer is excellent at providing a solution to a practical need.  Set up your home so that it supports this delightful trait.  Have your guest rooms stocked with a basket of emergency supplies.  Create a coffee or tea bar for those days when a neighbor needs a warm drink.  Let your home be a safe environment that is always ready to provide help for those in need.

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  • Trust Yourself.   ESFP’s tend to have a strong appreciation for aesthetic beauty, and an excellent understanding of space and function.  They tend to make decisions based on their personal values.  In addition, the Performer often delights in the finer things in life.  Considering all these traits, the ESFP ought to trust their instincts in home decorating and they are likely to end up with a beautiful home.  No second guessing! ;)

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  • Celebrate Life.  The Performer’s wonderful joy for life often displays itself in an acute appreciation of children, animals, and nature.  Celebrate your overflow of joy and spread it to others through how you furnish your home.  If you have kids, create a fun kids room with creative aspects.  Consider adding bird houses and feeders across your yard.  If you’re a green thumb, bring the outdoors in with houseplants and window flowers.

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  • Eliminated Stress. Stress and an ESFP do not mix well together.  Anxiety can foster negative thinking which becomes overwhelming to the Performer.  Furnish and decorate your home in a way that minimizes stress and situations that create it.  If mess stresses you, try and organize your home so that clutter can be contained behind doors and items’ homes are within a convenient reach.  Incorporate decoration items that soothe and bring peace into your home such as candles and light dimmers.

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Good News for the Nurturer

1.  For the Performer, your home is your stage.  Display your unique and fun-loving personality in the colors and quirks of your house.  Sharing yourself with others is extremely important to the ESFP, you can achieve this in the ways you furnish and decorate your home.

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2. You’re a natural host/ess.  While others way be unsure on the ins and outs of entertaining and helping others feel at ease within their own homes, Performers can effortlessly transform their home into a fun and comfortable environment for all who enter.

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Thanks for reading these decorating tips and tricks for the Performer or ESFP.  I’m always so inspired by your incredible ability to enjoy life and spread your joy to those around you.  Any ESFP’s who have learned to throw away the rules and trust their instincts?  I’d love to hear what you tried!  Or how you are able to celebrate life within your home.  Let me know what you think, and thanks for reading!  See the full collection below….

 

Decorating for your Personality:

Introduction
INTP Decorating for the Thinker
ESTJ Decorating for the Guardian
INFP Decorating for the Idealist
ENFJ Decorating for the Giver
INFJ Decorating for the Protector
ENTP Decorating for the Visionary
ESFJ Decorating for the Caregiver
ISFP Decorating for the Artist
ISFJ Decorating for the Nurturer
ESFP Decorating for the Performer

 

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Picture Tour of Our New Home!

I think it’s high time I did a picture reveal of our soon to be home-sweet-home!  We’re so excited to be moving in in just 4 days, and I can tell you I’m already brimming with ideas to make the place our own.  I will try to suppress most of those for this post (because they are ridiculously detailed) and just give you the overall idea of the things floating around my head.

(and yes, you can definitely tell which pictures came off the listing, and which I hastily took during inspection on my phone…)

Our New Home  |  Mrs. Fancee

This is what you see as you drive up, as I mentioned earlier, the lot to the left of us is empty and can’t be developed which is very nice.  I think it’s pretty cute as is, but that doesn’t mean I don’t have a ideas for the exterior.  First, that shrub will be the first to go, it’s too heavy for me.  Maybe some knockout roses instead?  Also, though you can’t tell in the pictures, the siding is in poor shape and will eventually need to be replaced.  So I’m toying with a white board and batten look.  What do you think?

Our New Home  |  Mrs. Fancee

When you walk in the door there is a small entry and to the right is our living room.  Don’t you just LOVE those big windows? So much sunlight :)  Although the carpet looks like a nice grey in this picture, it’s really not…. which is too bad, because I kinda dig it in the pic.  Also, I’ve been wondering how people arrange furniture in front of windows without blocking too much light.  Maybe two armchairs and an end table would be less obtrusive than a couch?

 
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Going straight through the entry leads to the breakfast nook and kitchen.  And to the left is the staircase to the second floor.  I would love to refinish these stairs in wood!  (And sorry, really bad phone pic below…)


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The living room above opens up to the dining area with two pretty windows.  Can’t wait to get those cabinets out of there, it seems like they really block the light!

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You can see there is a small opening into the kitchen from the dining room.  As I will later explain…. I would love to open up this space so it all flowed together!

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I’m envisioning built-in cabinetry along the back wall and a long skinny rustic table with some fun chairs to liven up this space!  And yellow, I keep thinking bright, sunny yellow for some reason :)

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Connecting to the dining room is the kitchen.  It’s a pretty nice size overall.  Lots of space to move around.  *Ideally*  (but possibly not realistically lol) I would like that wall dividing the kitchen and the dining room completely gone.  I really think it would help conjoin the space and give it a more unified, open feel.  Then maybe I could add a skinny kitchen island :)

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As you can see, this side of the kitchen is a bit more awkward.  The bathroom wall juts out into the kitchen about 3 feet, sort of disrupting the flow.  But, (I love a good challenge)  I’m thinking of making it a focal wall with some detailed trim work and maybe a command center to hang keys, write grocery lists, etc.

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Having the hutch gone should help the jut out feel less awkward as well.  Can you picture it with a tall white board and batten, and a subtle gray upper wall?  Sorry…. I said I wouldn’t get too far into details here ;)

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From here you can see how the kitchen connects to the entry, half bath, and basement door.  And below is the connected eat-in area of the kitchen.

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I think it looks so cheery in this picture!  The big window is so nice and lets in lots of light.  I’m envisioning a little banquet in this space, but we will see… the window goes so low and I don’t want to obstruct it.  So maybe just chairs, or a bench only on the partial wall.  And of course some cute wainscoting :)

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From here you enter the family room… (and see the doors to the garage and basement)

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Beyond the eating nook and behind the garage is this lovely gem ;)  The family room is definitely in need of a lot of work.  Say goodbye to the tiki bar…. and that carpet… and the wood paneling.  We’re thinking this will be the TV/more casual sitting area, and the living room will be a more formal/entertaining room.

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Check out those lights!!! So seventies, right? ;)

The family room has a sliding glass door that opens up to the deck and sunroom (eek!  we have a SUNROOM!!!)

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There are a few maple (I think??) trees that are a nice full medium size.  Other than that it is pretty much a blank canvas.  I can’t wait to try my hand at landscaping around the deck and back of the house!

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As I showed you before, the house backs up to a nature area with power lines.  (Now I know that bothers some people, but for us it is a pittly price to pay for nature in your backyard!)  I can just imagine myself sitting on the deck looking back at that view and listening to the birds while I drink my green mountain coffee in the morning ;)  (that commercial always gets to me…)  And, I see some perfect spots for some raised garden beds!!!  Did someone say cutting garden?? Yes, please :)  Oh, and a vegetable garden too!

 

Well, there you have it, the virtual tour of our soon-to-be home.  I’m sure you’ll be seeing more soon as I slowly share my insane awesome dreams for each room.  And first up the kitchen!!!  I’d love to hear what you all think :)  Thanks for tuning in!

 

 

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