A superb transformation!
It's not every day that we can admire an incredible transformation of a 161-year-old building!
Theresa and Ross Halverson fell in love with this old mill and decided to move it to a new location and then give it a second life.
The old building was really damaged and they had to act quickly before the building was too old to restore it.
For the pleasure of seeing how a building became a superb country house; here are the photos of the transformation!
I think you will be pleasantly surprised!
When we look at the picture of the exterior before the renovations; we must admit that it is not the same building! Wow!
The living room before and after
When we look at the photos before the transformation, we can imagine that is has been a hard work! What do you think of the living room with its exposed beams and white walls?
The decor of the dining room continues in the same style as the living room. The white walls bring a touch of elegance to this country house. Don't you think that white goes well with wood?
This country house has ceilings of 12 feet tall!
Chandeliers and other antiques, white walls, and ceiling with exposed beams make this kitchen a place with a lot of character! Do you like the kitchen sink?
Even the pantry is pretty! By painting the backdrop of the cabinet in white, this pantry looks nice!
The master bedroom is on another floor. The decor of this bedroom is very relaxing. You will not find gaudy colors here!
The house has a nice little reading area with a bookshelf filled with books and some antiques. Do you like it? You can even see the old mechanism of the mill, on the left of the photo!
The couple closed a corner of the building to make a bathroom. We imagine the hours of work to install this bathroom!
Theresa opted for a decor as charming and warm as the rest of the house.
Do you like it?
What do you think of this transformation? Admit that you have to have a lot of imagination and the financial means to give a second life to this old building; the result is spectacular!
Feel free to leave me your impressions of the visit!