Furniture restoration columbus ohio – Erin Souder’s farmhouse was once built through her husband’s great-nice -grandfather in 1873, so while the couple moved in five years in the past, she knew that they were in for a few difficult renovations and decorative updates. "It’s a joy and a problem to are living in an vintage home. I knew that we needed to each uncover one of the house’s original attractiveness and add a up to date, sublime contact," says Souder. The rooms in their area are mostly closed off from one another, ceaselessly associated via doors and archways as opposed to having a seamless connection. "I’m continuously yelling from one a part of the home to my husband, who’s usually in the lounge when I see one thing extraordinary out back usually a coyote, deer or fox," says Souder. She and her husband had to get used to flora and fauna a state park surrounds 3 sides of their belongings. Homss at a GlanceWho lives here: Erin and Matt Souder and their schnauzer, PerryLocation: Columbus, OhioSize: 1,920 square ft; 3 bedrooms; one bathThat’s fascinating: The ancestral area used to be built through Souder’s husband’s nice -great-grandfather, Hahn Souder.. A refuge and DIY blogger with a zeal for internal decorating breathes new life into her husband’s ancestral home. Homss Tour: Storied Family Farmhouse in Ohio
September 27, 2017
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