I haven't done a lot tour in a while and I did promise one, so here it is! You saw glimpses of Nick and Sarah's new house in the last update but this will give you a nice close look at just about every nook and cranny. ;)
The house, as I mentioned in the last update, was built by Tanja for the April project at N99. I asked for a six bedroom house for Sarah and Nick and Tanja's was one of the options I was offered.
First floor layout. I have trouble decorating big rooms sometimes, so I walled off part of the living room to use as a study and the kitchen/dining room is semi-separated with one of those carpet divider things.
The second floor. I think I left this as Tanja had built it. Sorry about my catalog being visible in these two pics!
The entrance hallway. I've mostly got all of Christy's dog stuff here. I don't take many photos in hallways, so I don't decorate them much. The upstairs hallway is even more boring, so I won't show you that one.
The living room was the last room I decorated but I like it a lot.
The downstairs bathroom. The one upstairs is much the same, only bigger.
The study. I wasn't sure what to put on that desk shelf and then I came across that little architect's model. Perfect for Sarah.
The dining room. You wouldn't think so but it took me forever to do this room. I couldn't decide on the flooring, wall decor, the table, the orientation of said table, the lighting!
The nursery for impending baby #4! I wasn't sure what colour to use, so I rolled for it and got orange, which is fortunately gender-neutral. :)
Sarah and Nick's bedroom. Nick gave Sarah those flowers on their first date and the little gold thing is a journalism career reward. I have yet to figure out what the thing actually does, if anything, but it belonged to Sarah's grandmother.
Kimberly's bedroom. Her tastes are a little more old-fashioned than Sarah and Nick's.
Thomas's room. The kids' rooms are some of my favourites, because I was so excited that they had enough money that I could decorate them while keeping each kid's tastes in mind.
Hope you enjoyed the tour!