Home Renovation in Provence
These images don’t do the final result justice; everything is also not quite done. However, here is the first version of our almost finished home in Provence. After 8 months of renovation, and with the limited budget and awkward dimensions we had to work with, I’m quite impressed! I never expected our first home to be so beautiful, especially before we hauled out all the old junk that used to be in it. Now it’s away in dumpsters hauled away – it was fairly easy to get the dumpster dimensions we needed to fit near enough to make it easy – out of our home and out of our hassle. And just look at the results! I am so grateful to my man. Bravo Robin!
The Kitchen Reveal
Can you believe the difference from when we bought the house and what it looks like now?! The doors let in so much natural light and it feels amazing. We got Internal Glazed doors throughout so that we can get as much sun as possible and it was a very good decision. It’s made the house feel so much bigger, something I couldn’t have even imagined. We don’t have enough in the bank for another house, but if anyone is willing to buy a farmhouse wreck in Provence and have Robin do his magic I’m sure that he would be willing!
Are you planning on any renovations anytime soon? I’d love to hear from you. Just remember to always shop around so that you can get a variety of price quotes from contractors. Above all, doing your research will ensure you’re not paying too much, and may ensure you get a more competitive rate.
How would you describe the decor? I keep calling it shabby chic/French country… Maybe it’s more French country? Either way, it’s perfect for a little village house in Provence.
Check out the Renovation Process of the kitchen.