It had an odd layout. It's a late 1800's home with an addition. Master bedroom downstairs off of the kitchen, with one bedroom upstairs that's accessed with a walkthrough room. The kitchen is an eat in with a vaulted ceiling. The outside is perfect and really reads as an older home. The inside, not so much.
Here's my first "project", the master.
This is the "bathroom" (obviously unfinished).
This little shower is in the back right corner.
I would remove the shower and closet area.
There would be bead board on the walls and a claw foot tub lengthwise along the back wall.
Along these lines for colors
Maybe even the basket weave marble floors.
Now, this is the master, the bathroom is in the back left corner-you can see the open door.
Nice view, huh? Between the bath and bedroom, I'd add a two sided fireplace. This is why the closet space was getting lost. Imagine soaking in the tub with a nice fire on a winters night!
The door swing would have to change, but that's no biggie. Probably have to go with a pedestal sink because there wasn't much room for a vanity.
Hope your imagination is working!
The access to the laundry/basement is off of the master. AWKWARD. We'd steal a couple feet and make a closet, then move the access to the kitchen. Otherwise the master only needs the popcorn ceiling scraped, new floors and paint. The master is an addition. The original house has wide plank floors under carpet and vinyl. If those are in good shape, we'd need a different floor in the master. If they aren't, we'd match them throughout the downstairs.
I'm thinking like this
They are new wide plank pine. Good feel and we could match throughout the house since we can buy as much as we need.
Oh, and that fan's gotta go, not sure on a light fixture to replace it with yet though.
Can't pick colors exactly without chips to see how the light in the room effects them. Something in the sagey/blue/gray family.
Next is the kitchen.
Heres what it looks like.
Main kitchen area
Eat in area, to the right of the bedroom entrance
Stairs to the second bedroom/floor and main bath.
Entrance to the master from the kitchen. Ok, kinda weird.
I'll post my thoughts on a redo here next time. The yellow won't be staying.