I’ve got a treat for your eyeballs today! It’s the latest Rafterhouse remodel, and it’s a beauty! If you recall, Rafterhouse is a local company here in Arizona that specializes in flipping homes, and they do it with the utmost style. No builder beige walls and standard kitchen-in-a-box cabinets here, no sir. They are beyond move-in ready; they’re a one-way ticket to Dreamyville.
It’s my goal to own a Rafterhouse someday, or at least kidnap Austin and his crew and hold them hostage at my house until they make it Rafterhouse-worthy. Either way works. I’m not picky.
Today I’m sharing their ‘Glenrosa’ project. And wow, wait til you see the before of the outside! I’ve saved it for the last picture. Not that I doubted them … but I was pretty sure it would be the undoing of Rafterhouse. Impossible. Irredeemable. A insurmountable pink-stuccoed pile of ugly. But (spoiler alert) they knocked it out of the park. Behold:
Adios to that awkward bay window and hello new windows, gorgeous floors and neutral walls. Looking good!
How about this powder room?
Oh yeah. That’s an improvement. I love the whitewashed plank walls!
Let’s take a peek into the kitchen:
I swear, same kitchen. I know. I KNOW! I’ve done the scroll-up scroll-down thing too, and I still can’t believe it. I think the only thing that remained the same is the sink location. Can you see the vintage pantry door? That’s a signature Rafterhouse look!
One more bathroom …
… not even distantly related to the before. Fantastic.
And finally, here’s a glimpse of the exterior. Prepare to have your mind blown!
Jaw dropping. I’m sure the new owners are super happy, and the neighbors are probably dancing-in-the-streets-tears-of-joy-streaming-down-their-faces happy.
See more from Rafterhouse on their Facebook.