Updating ranch house
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It was tan and dusty blue – with an orange-brick “accent wall” – and sure, I figured, I could paint it…but it’d still look like what it was: a more or less personality-free ranch house built in 1969.
It’s not the kind of house that screams, “Emphasize my architectural details and singular flair!
You can easily create a home full of vintage outlines and welcoming wood foundations.
But you can also add some modern touches to create something unique and revitalizing – like this contemporary living space did! Give your ranch home an ultra chic uplift by going completely outside-the-box of this family-friendly home.
Then I decided that the orange brick was the next-worst spot, and my friend Erin helped me do a mortar wash on it.
It’s amazing what paint and cosmetic updates can accomplish!The Concept: Take a dull 1960s ranch house and give it a bright, retro makeover with cool, textural details.We are currently updating a downstairs bathroom, and I was looking back through old photos and found some from the renovations we had to do a few years ago on a property we owned, and wanted to share some ranch house remodeling ideas with you.(FYI, in case you’re local: I used Proficient Painters.
If you click over to their site you’ll see pics of this makeover, but that’s not because they did the work for a discount or anything – I just liked them a lot, so I gave them pics to use in their gallery.) What I decided to do: give a sort of nod to the house’s 1969 build date with a mod-ish color palette of white, black and pink, and then figure out a few places to add high-impact details.Keep that in mind when your invite your new decorating and design inside, that’s something that should be kept intact.