Tour our authentic 1800’s New York Farmhouse before we began restoring it! Follow along as I bring you room to room and share our old historic fixer upper house in the condition it was purchased.
Farmhouse Tour – Before
Full Farmhouse Video Tour Before Restorations
Check out the full video tour here!
Farmhouse Tour: Before
Check out these before pictures from when we first bought our farmhouse.
Farmhouse Dining Room Update
Click HERE for Part one of the dining room restoration reveal and HERE for part 2! See what this room currently looks like HERE (spoiler alert.. it’s no longer the dining room).
This room has had serious changes. I’ll update you more on this room soon, but for now you can get a good look at it HERE.
Farmhouse Bathroom Update
Click HERE to see what this bathroom looks like now.
We gave this room some quick temporary changes so that we could use it while we restored the master bedroom. When we moved into our master, this room got the TLC it deserved and became a guest bedroom. Now it’s our nursery (and possibly my favorite room in our home).
Victorian Farmhouse Master Bedroom
The master bedroom might be my all time favorite restoration in our 1800’s farmhouse. Click HERE for before and after pictures of this room and HERE for the final reveal.
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Wow Diana i just saw your home tour your home is beautiful!!!
Thank you so much! I can’t wait to share it’s progress.
Thanks for showing is your home ilove it girl!! 😘
Of course! Than kyou so much for checking it out <3 I can't wait to share more!
I loved the initial video tour of your farmhouse. I look forward to seeing your renovations, and learning some DIY tips.
Thank you, so happy you enjoyed this! I can’t wait to share the journey!
Amber Convery says
My fiancé and I are looking at an 1800 farmhouse that needs major work – did it scare you to buy your farmhouse and do you feel you need a lot of money saved up to do all the renovations?
YES! I would be lying if I said I wasn’t nervous. Luckily for us our house has not needed a lot of immediate structural/ mechanical work. It does need a lifetimes worth of work but we have been able to chip away at it with a very small budget. We have phases of restoration planned. Old homes are a lot of work but I wouldn’t change it for the world. If you are passionate about old homes and restoring their character you won’t regret it (even though the work is HARD!). Just be sure you do your research to be sure the house is solid and you won’t have any big surprises once you own. If you like things new, perfect, and ready to decorate, a fixer upper probably isn’t the way to go. I hope this helps, good luck with your house hunting journey!