Father Daughter Flip: Part II

Hey, hey!

Welcome to part two of the father daughter flip project! I will highlight the chosen materials and a few progress photos in this post.

That being said, lets jump right into the materials. As most know, with flip projects, you want to opt for a mix of higher-end materials to appeal to the modern homebuyer and moderately priced materials for the most bang for your buck.

When choosing the design scheme, I stuck with clean lines. The color palette I chose – which is no surprise to anyone who knows me – included varying shades of gray, white, and a rich brown floor that I carried throughout the entire first level.

Check out some demo photos below.

Once the nasty house was cleared out and down to the studs, the fun part started: designing the layout and cosmetic finishes!

I opened up the entrance from the kitchen into the dining room a tad, as well as greatly expanding the opening between the sitting room and family room. These seemingly minor changes created an airy, open concept – vastly changing the original footprint of the home.

Which materials did I choose?

Instead of carrying on about my process, I’ll give you a quick breakdown below:

Floors – All flooring was purchased at Best Laminate

Main Level: Click together, high quality laminate

Upstairs Bathrooms: Gray vinyl (fun fact: the vinyl is entirely waterproof – great for high humidity & wet spaces)

Basement: Rustic white vinyl (also waterproof)

Be sure to check out all the great flooring options from my friends at Best Laminate!

Cabinetry & Master Closet – Courtesy of Store With Style

Kitchen: White shaker cabinets with brushed nickel pulls

Bathrooms: Medium gray shaker

Master Closet: Custom system designed specifically for the space

Stone Countertops Guru Granite

Kitchen: I chose a unique white stone with a busy pattern with flecks of brown, black, & glittery silver/gold. I thought it helped to break up the sterile, white kitchen.

Hall Bath: “Sierra Brown” – another busy granite. Fun fact: this is the granite I have in my own kitchen.

Master Bath: A similar, less busy version of the hall bath.

Light Fixtures

All light fixtures throughout the house were purchased on Wayfair.com. (As well as the brushed gold pulls in the master bath)

Kitchen Backsplash & Other Tile Throughout

All materials were sale items at Home Depot – hey, hey bargain!

And that’s a wrap (for now)! I’ll end the post with a few more process pictures. Stay tuned for part three!




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