Exceptionally Eclectic – From Money Pit to Showstopper

The curb appeal of Oak Ridge Revival‘s beautiful brick home makes you want to knock on the front door …

and you won’t be disappointed once you’re invited in by Andrea.

She turned this self described “money pit” into a real showstopper.

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From her Fabulous Kitchen

Eclectically Vintage Exceptionally Eclectic house tour

to the fun mix of maps and school house chairs …

Eclectically Vintage Exceptionally Eclectic house tour

to one of two media carts found by her kids’ school dumpster …

Eclectically Vintage Exceptionally Eclectic house tour

to cool collections …

Eclectically Vintage Exceptionally Eclectic house tour

Andrea’s house really delivers style.

Even the mudroom rocks!

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Not to mention the family room – check out those beams.

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We share the same bathtub …

and love of marble tile.

Ah, Calgon, take me away.

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Even her daughter reaps the benefits of Andrea’s decorating skills.

And the boys bathroom is a blue beauty.

Eclectically Vintage Exceptionally Eclectic home tour

Andrea is a thrifting and decorating diva extraordinaire so head on over and take the home tour atΒ Oak Ridge Revival

(you’ve got to see the befores to believe the afters)!

I know you’ll be more than welcome in her home.

See more Exceptionally Eclectic Home Tours here.

 

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  1. I’m always amazed at some of the talented women out there who transform a house from ordinary to extraordinary! Thanks for sharing her work!

    I appreciate your sweet comment about my Blue Hawaii Color Craze. It means a lot coming from someone who falls into the category of talented women mentioned above! And those chairs are super simple to make….if I can do it, you can do it!!

  2. What a beautiful home. My favorite of course among all those gorgeous spaces was that media cart rescued near the school dumpster. I have two factory carts now, both from dumpster dives. I am inspired to have one in my home for holding books, etc. Something I hadn’t even thought of!

  3. Thanks for introducing me to Andrea. I love that round table with the school house chairs! I’m on my way over to look around Andrea’s blog and see more of her home.

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