Updating old brick house exteriors
We could not have done it all without the AMAZING Lowe’s Heroes!
They worked so hard, never complained, jumped it to help whenever it was needed, had great attitudes, were funny and sweet, and were such a JOY to work with!
Here is what the left corner of the house looked like before… One of my favorite “touches” was the turquoise blue door.
We painted it SW6486 “Reflecting Pool” in Semi-gloss by getting the color matched at Lowe’s. We hadn’t planned on removing the vinyl ceiling on the front porch, but ended up having to when we installed the new wood columns.
Or it could have been because we wanted to show our readers how easy it is to change the look of your home with just some paint ()? Cy and I both agreed that Grant and Beth’s home project was the one for us, and we eagerly got to planning. Paul Chisenhall Genesis Coatings Inc 931.217.9643 We started out with the color Accessible Beige (which is gorgeous, but too light) and ended up with Balanced beige SW7037.
Y’all, I am BEYOND excited to show you the exterior home makeover that Cy and I did with Lowe’s last week near Nashville, Tennessee.
Cy and I LOVE a good makeover, and this one made a HUGE difference in the exterior of a home. We knew we would have to do some more minor changes as we went along, but those were the main goals of this makeover. The homeowners were wanting to paint their brick because you could see where an addition had been added on to the back of the original house.
The kitchen was pretty small and outdated when they moved in: They knocked down the wall between it and the old dining room and gave it a total overhaul.
Here’s how it looks now: It’s night and day, really, from the old to the new. The old kitchen was in the space where the table and chairs are now–they swapped the rooms in the reno.