As it turns out, you don’t actually have to knock down walls and totally change the character of your home to achieve the feel of an open concept floor plan. This stunning Tudor style house is proof that with some paint and some impeccable style, you can keep your walls where they are, maybe even use bold colors on them, and still feel light and airy in your real life home! Let these before and after pictures wow you into giving your home a spring makeover.
The exterior brick was painted in Benjamin Moore China White and the front door in Benjamin Moore Greyhound.
This amazing living room features this beautiful couch from Serena and Lily, but I found a comparable sofa for a fraction of the price on Wayfair.
This lovely accent chair is worth the splurge because, you know, leather is leather.
The dining table is by McGee & Co, but I found a more affordable option on Wayfair.
Those tiles! You can find them here. The kitchen cabinets are painted in Benjamin Moore Forest Green. And really, who doesn’t love a Smeg?
The bathroom features these amazing plaid tiles, and a floating bathroom vanity to maximize the space.
The bedroom walls are Benjamin Moore Newburg Green, and can we please talk about that light fixture?! I just love those modern Sputnik chandeliers.
For more info on this before and after check out the webisode from Mcgee & Co.