We are so excited to have had the opportunity to share the story of our old home in this months @360west magazine! Our 1905 Queen Anne House was a disaster and a total gut job when we bought it. The huge original pocket doors and tall ceilings had my heart the moment I stepped foot in the door 😍. I dreamed of displaying my art on these walls for a year! And to see it published in a magazine is pretty sweet. Two things were a must for us, that being a studio space for me (which is a cute little sun porch) and a fourth bedroom so that we have the option of opening our home for another to live with us for face to face discipleship/mentorship. We are so thankful to have our sweet friend, Faith living with us! She’s a part of our family and a part of this old-home’s story. I posted the link in my profile to the entire article if you want grab a coffee and read it!
Whenever I drive by this brick Georgian style home on the outskirts of town, I can’t help but see all of the similarities to our own 1903 farmhouse. I once saw the front door open as I went by and couldn’t help having a peek in to see that they have the same hallway as us but flipped. If I ever drive by and see someone outside, I want to pull over and ask them all kinds of questions about it’s history. 💛
In the back bedroom of the White House above the hundred-year-old built-in cabinets since this cylindrical tank. We believe it was tied into the steam system of the radiant heaters back in the day. Now that the heaters are using hot water we don't think it is in use anymore. Will have to further investigate this one but it is made of copper and I think it'll shine up very nice and we'll just leave it hanging on the wall.