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.
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!