1970s Home Renovation

Surprising renovation of an 80`s home in California

1970s Home Renovation

Posted by Brindamour Alyson on Friday, 24 January, 2020 06:00:30

The midcentury suburban home, at least until recently, has not been given the reverence it mightily deserves. Oftentimes seen as too "new," too common, or too kitsch for historic consideration, these houses are especially vulnerable to the pitfalls of careless, quick home renovations. When Sarah

You can make an older mobile home look new again by giving it a facelift. Remodeling a mobile home follows the same concept as remodeling a house. You can update or replace everything from siding and drywall to light fixtures, flooring and plumbing.

I've been following interior designer Lauren Liess's popular blog Pure Style Home for a long time, but even if you haven't, you've probably seen her work featured in magazines like Better Homes and Gardens.. She and husband David bought a house that was stuck in a bit of a 1970s time warp and spent the last few years updating it.

We predict that 1970s houses will be the next big trend in retro renovation -- in this article we discuss all the factors that point to our conclusion. Retro Renovation Remodeling, decor and home improvement for mid century and vintage homes

When we saw photos of Kitchn reader Sarah Galender Meyer's Bay Area kitchen renovation, we were stunned! This small, dark 1970s kitchen ("horrid," as Sarah said) underwent a complete gut remodel, which included knocking down a wall between the kitchen and dining room and adding French doors to

By 1970 the number of new houses that were ranches had many people are realizing that one-floor living is a great way to age in place without much renovating (or an The homeowners, expecting their first child, appreciated the home's great bones, including the high ceilings and open