Part 2: Before & After Home Renovation! Amazing Result!

Whether you’re looking to increase the property value of your home ahead of a sale or closing on a house you can’t wait to make your own, chances are there’s a renovation or remodeling project in your future. Which means you’ll have a lot of things to consider, not least among them how to find a contractor, how to mitigate costs, and, no less important, how to translate your Pinterest ideas into reality.

Whether you’re revamping a space to make it more functional or simply more beautiful, this handy guide is for all things home renovation.

The 40-year-old house was bought by Cheryl Chan and Jason Low who fell in love with the home’s vintage flooring and window grills. They spent two months putting in a lot of effort (and money) to renovate the house making it the homely and instagram-worthy place it now is.


“We did the rewiring for the whole house (aka cleaner surface) and painted the whole house white. We built a full-sized blackboard for guests to take photos with their own creations. We even replaced the doors for all rooms,” Cheryl and Jason wrote on their Facebook page.

“To make the second room brighter, we knocked off the concrete shelf above the window that’s blocking the sunlight, and enlarge the window size. We replaced the louvre window with modern slide window for privacy (open from the inside) while giving better view of the tree from inside the second room.”

The house now has much better ventilation and more natural light coming in. Due to the home’s elevated ceilings and windows, every evening lights up the house with the glow of the sunset. And in the mornings, you can even hear birds chirping and water flowing behind the house!

The transformations of the bedrooms are pretty insane too!

“The second room is the most headache room of all. It was dim (the before photo was taken after turning on fluorescent light) and the wall was too greasy to repaint. Our contractor has to apply some special treatment before repainting. We enlarged the window size to allow more natural light.”

However, it was the bathroom that they spent the most effort on

Before its renovation, the toilet entrance was a measly 3.6 square feet which Cheryl and Jason found a little depressing. There was even a window that was at eye-level, making for a bit of an embarrassing showering experience.

“We decided to make it a bigger bathroom by combining them and flattening the whole floor on the same level. We also elevated the window to enjoy tree view during shower while keeping the privacy.”

The main attraction of the house is its live tree planted in the dining room for a very specific purpose!

In Chinese style, bamboo so respected and wanted in inspired Chinese interiors whether it’s as a photo frame, as a mirror surround or even as a lampstand. And Chinese architects are beginning to turn to bamboo more and more as a sustainable building material.

Source From: https://says.com/

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