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mamabain, It's gorgeous. If I was looking in your area I'd buy it!

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i have a blog up to sell my house. there are several pictures of my lovely decluttered house. i am loving how sparse it looks since we put it on the market, i'm thinking of getting rid of all the stuff permanently.

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Ah, your house is just LOVELY!
A home like that in my area would be $250+!
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Same here! Easily $250, more like $300! I love bungalows. THat and the beautiful arts and crafts styles are my favorite.
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do we have to post pics of our whole house or can we do some rooms only? my small house is not entirely decluttered but the kitchen is and i wanted to post a pic of it. i will post more as more decluttering is done.
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do we have to post pics of our whole house or can we do some rooms only? my small house is not entirely decluttered but the kitchen is and i wanted to post a pic of it. i will post more as more decluttering is done.

I want to see!!!

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Yes, PLEASE! BUt be sure to take before pics to share with the afters to inspire the rest of us!
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I live with my husband and 3 teenage sons in a 1400 square foot home. It is a 3 bedroom and 1 bath. We downsized from about 2000 sq ft 3 1/2 years ago. Most days I love it, sometimes I yearn for a music room with french doors for my music making son. I also love peering into other Mama's homes so I thought I would share to encourage more pictures. I would like to repaint the living and dining room in a lighter shade soon. We also need to remodel our bathroom desperately! I think I am going to paint the front and back doors Cranberry Red.


http://www.flickr.com/photos/8006895@N02/
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Very cute! I love it!

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Here is my house. We have about 1100 sq feet on two floors - great room, den, 1/2 bath, and pantry down, 2 bedrooms and full bath up. Right now it seems very big! I think that is in part due to my purging and compacting efforts. I have given away a lot of stuff in the past couple years and managed not to replace it.

http://s89.photobucket.com/albums/k2...enjesse/house/

I included two different shots of Liam's playspace in the great room - one is the winter shot and the other reflects that we took a playstand to use outside.

If anyone wants to know the red paint was made by Valspar and is called Red Bluff. Apparently they don't make it anymore but I looked for a friend and found that Benjamin Moore Raspberry Truffle is a close match.
I love your house! I love all of the wood and natural light. I also really love the play area!


Thank you so much for sharing everyone! I feel so inspired!
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I put together a little before and after (in progress) set of pics of our house. The complete front yard pics are missing because its only partially done. The basement pics are missing because the toy room is in great need of a good cleaning (why are my children not in there cleaning?? ) and the office/studio...well, lets just say that's dh's space and umm, yuck!

http://www.flickr.com/photos/9303778...57600178123499
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I put together a little before and after (in progress) set of pics of our house. The complete front yard pics are missing because its only partially done. The basement pics are missing because the toy room is in great need of a good cleaning (why are my children not in there cleaning?? ) and the office/studio...well, lets just say that's dh's space and umm, yuck!

http://www.flickr.com/photos/9303778...57600178123499
You are doing a wonderful job. I love how colorful your home is.
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Here is my house. We have about 1100 sq feet on two floors - great room, den, 1/2 bath, and pantry down, 2 bedrooms and full bath up. Right now it seems very big! I think that is in part due to my purging and compacting efforts. I have given away a lot of stuff in the past couple years and managed not to replace it.

http://s89.photobucket.com/albums/k2...enjesse/house/

I included two different shots of Liam's playspace in the great room - one is the winter shot and the other reflects that we took a playstand to use outside.

If anyone wants to know the red paint was made by Valspar and is called Red Bluff. Apparently they don't make it anymore but I looked for a friend and found that Benjamin Moore Raspberry Truffle is a close match.
What a treasure!!!! I really like your home. You also have a green thumb (I noticed all of your beautiful plants ).
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Here's my link!

These are all "befores." We are painting and redecorating. I haven't taken pics of the kitchen, dining rooms or bedrooms yet (other than dd's room). Dd's room is, well...a work in progress! It's so tiny and needs to be decluttered, but I haven't had time. I didn't want to go out and purchase things for her room to match until we know what color the walls will be. We are repainting practically the whole house because these are all the existing colors when we moved in.

We have a great room, 3 teeny bedrooms and a bathroom. I will get more pics up soon, but they will show a messy house because we're having a huge yard sale next weekend and things are everywhere!

Enjoy

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Here's my link!

These are all "befores." We are painting and redecorating. I haven't taken pics of the kitchen, dining rooms or bedrooms yet (other than dd's room). Dd's room is, well...a work in progress! It's so tiny and needs to be decluttered, but I haven't had time. I didn't want to go out and purchase things for her room to match until we know what color the walls will be. We are repainting practically the whole house because these are all the existing colors when we moved in.

We have a great room, 3 teeny bedrooms and a bathroom. I will get more pics up soon, but they will show a messy house because we're having a huge yard sale next weekend and things are everywhere!

Enjoy
Wow. Just. wow. I am in love! So you went from 3000 square feet down to how many? Was it painful? DO you find that things are simpler now? Please share!
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Wow. Just. wow. I am in love! So you went from 3000 square feet down to how many? Was it painful? DO you find that things are simpler now? Please share!
Aw thanks I will share in a bit! Dd is keeping me busy today.

I was able to add more pics though

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Your home is gorgeous! I left you several comments. Thanks so much for sharing!

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Here is my house. We have about 1100 sq feet on two floors - great room, den, 1/2 bath, and pantry down, 2 bedrooms and full bath up. Right now it seems very big! I think that is in part due to my purging and compacting efforts. I have given away a lot of stuff in the past couple years and managed not to replace it.

http://s89.photobucket.com/albums/k2...enjesse/house/

I included two different shots of Liam's playspace in the great room - one is the winter shot and the other reflects that we took a playstand to use outside.

If anyone wants to know the red paint was made by Valspar and is called Red Bluff. Apparently they don't make it anymore but I looked for a friend and found that Benjamin Moore Raspberry Truffle is a close match.
im in love with your house

Waldorf mama to Autumn DD 9/05 and my Spring DD 4/08 Winter baby due 2/11
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I just LOVE all of these pics!!!!!


Mum2be - do you happen to know the paint color for your bathroom? I am wanting a light/airy blue like that for dd's room.
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I just LOVE all of these pics!!!!!


Mum2be - do you happen to know the paint color for your bathroom? I am wanting a light/airy blue like that for dd's room.
i don't, but I have the AFM Safecoat swatch book here because I'm choosing colors to paint with and checked to see if there was a match. A very close one is called "Flowing Green" as seen here.

Hope that helps!

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Added even more pics I still haven't taken the dining room, sewing area, or loft bedroom yet. Other than that, you've seen the entire place.

Our style is definitely eclectic and we have a love for antiques. We moved from a 200 year old house, to this new timber frame, solar home built in 2000. So that's quite a difference!

We went from 3,500 sq. ft. to about 1,600 sq. ft. We are having a MAJOR yardsale next weekend and I am constantly going through things to give away or sell. It hasn't been hard downsizing and I find the challenge fun and exciting! The bedroom situation is challenging sometimes. I should post pictures of our other house we moved from: 12 rooms...10 fireplaces...5 bedrooms, 3 baths, huge pantry, storage everywhere, etc. If I get a chance I will put them on flickr if anyone is interested.

I love the fact that dh and I are always together whenever we are both upstairs. Company is fun because we all gather in the living room or kitchen area, but it is such a wide open space that people can be anywhere and we can still chat.

I can see dd wherever I am and I can't lose her like I could've in our other place

We do not want to live in a house that is void of objects and "clutter" because that is part of who we are. We like to collect things from our adventures together and display them in our home. A lot of our things are family pieces we have inherited. My dh had a great aunt who traveled the world and collected antiques from all over. We have a lot of her things.

It's been fun downsizing, and although challenging sometimes, we enjoy it! We do plan on putting a dormer on back of the house (we live in a saltbox) to add about 6 feet onto the kitchen, dining room, pantry and dd's room (where the daybed is) so we can have windows along that side of the house. We want to let more light in to avoid using lights during the day.

Our next plan is to expand the floor of the loft out a bit to move our four poster bed up there (it currently won't fit) and a dresser. Then the purple bedroom (won't be purple much longer!!) will be a sewing room/office/playroom. Right now there is no place for dd's toys.

Gotta go...dd is fussy today

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we are still decluttering and organizing so all i have right now is pics of dd's playroom:

http://www.mothering.com/discussions...d.php?t=631729

Waldorf mama to Autumn DD 9/05 and my Spring DD 4/08 Winter baby due 2/11
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we are still decluttering and organizing so all i have right now is pics of dd's playroom:

http://www.mothering.com/discussions...d.php?t=631729
I love it!!! It looks so cozy in there They ABC cards on the wall is a great idea

I want to come over and play

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we are still decluttering and organizing so all i have right now is pics of dd's playroom:

http://www.mothering.com/discussions...d.php?t=631729
I love it! I bumped it so more ppl will see it! I really loved some of the other playrooms pictured in there too (esp. 2+twins!!!)
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My place is quite small.. but huge compared to where we just moved from.. Its about 1200sqft

It is 3 bed 2 bath.

My babies room is the most cluttered.. but he has so much medical equipment its hard to organize it in his room because the way the plug ins are positioned. Certain things have to be plugged directly into the wall and this was the only set-up I could come up with

Here is a video (very unsteady hand .. sorry)..

http://youtube.com/watch?v=P8GX_MwXaP0
It is minus one bedroom.. The closed door walking into my room is the bathroom. It starts out at the front door looking into the kitchen.. all of the toys are ds's toys that would not fit into the doors by the fireplace and that is "supposed" to be the dining room.. but no table because last place was too small for a table..

And another video of the babies room walking from my room... (Thats his nurse)

http://youtube.com/watch?v=j1Ak98tR7tA

It is at least 2.5 times bigger than his old room. We could only literally sit 2 adults and the baby on the floor at a time and it was very uncomfortable.. but now we can fit about 5 comfortably.

This is his old room (before he moved in)

http://i59.photobucket.com/albums/g3...niey/room4.jpg

There was about 2 more feet to the right of the open closet door and that was all..
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Added even more pics I still haven't taken the dining room, sewing area, or loft bedroom yet. Other than that, you've seen the entire place.

Our style is definitely eclectic and we have a love for antiques. We moved from a 200 year old house, to this new timber frame, solar home built in 2000. So that's quite a difference!

We went from 3,500 sq. ft. to about 1,600 sq. ft. We are having a MAJOR yardsale next weekend and I am constantly going through things to give away or sell. It hasn't been hard downsizing and I find the challenge fun and exciting! The bedroom situation is challenging sometimes. I should post pictures of our other house we moved from: 12 rooms...10 fireplaces...5 bedrooms, 3 baths, huge pantry, storage everywhere, etc. If I get a chance I will put them on flickr if anyone is interested.

I love the fact that dh and I are always together whenever we are both upstairs. Company is fun because we all gather in the living room or kitchen area, but it is such a wide open space that people can be anywhere and we can still chat.

I can see dd wherever I am and I can't lose her like I could've in our other place

We do not want to live in a house that is void of objects and "clutter" because that is part of who we are. We like to collect things from our adventures together and display them in our home. A lot of our things are family pieces we have inherited. My dh had a great aunt who traveled the world and collected antiques from all over. We have a lot of her things.

It's been fun downsizing, and although challenging sometimes, we enjoy it! We do plan on putting a dormer on back of the house (we live in a saltbox) to add about 6 feet onto the kitchen, dining room, pantry and dd's room (where the daybed is) so we can have windows along that side of the house. We want to let more light in to avoid using lights during the day.

Our next plan is to expand the floor of the loft out a bit to move our four poster bed up there (it currently won't fit) and a dresser. Then the purple bedroom (won't be purple much longer!!) will be a sewing room/office/playroom. Right now there is no place for dd's toys.

Gotta go...dd is fussy today
I would LOVE to see pictures of the old place as a comparison, I would also love to see pictures of the exterior of your new place. IT's just so beautiful on the inside!
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I put together a little before and after (in progress) set of pics of our house. The complete front yard pics are missing because its only partially done. The basement pics are missing because the toy room is in great need of a good cleaning (why are my children not in there cleaning?? ) and the office/studio...well, lets just say that's dh's space and umm, yuck!

http://www.flickr.com/photos/9303778...57600178123499
I just added a bunch of notes to my pics. Pointing out some interesting facts
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we are still decluttering and organizing so all i have right now is pics of dd's playroom:

http://www.mothering.com/discussions...d.php?t=631729
talk to me about the "rainbox room" -- did you build it? did you buy it? I want one for a little puppet theater/dress up room/playspace for my kids rooms.

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I loved all the playrooms, my boys are so *big* now. I miss the old days!


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talk to me about the "rainbox room" -- did you build it? did you buy it? I want one for a little puppet theater/dress up room/playspace for my kids rooms.
The rainbow room you asked about is called the camp and the pattern and directions for making one are in the book A Children's Year. I've also seen them on ebay from time to time. Good Luck!
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talk to me about the "rainbox room" -- did you build it? did you buy it? I want one for a little puppet theater/dress up room/playspace for my kids rooms.
it's called a 'rainbow house' i bought it from a plow and hearth/magic cabin outlet store in VA before they moved to VT. it would be so simpleto make im sure though!

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I just added a bunch of notes to my pics. Pointing out some interesting facts

I loved the rug. Very Jeff Bridges.
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