This house had a great kitchen. I love me some dual color cabinets. And I thought the paneling/coffered ceiling was easy to recreate since it was a flat piece of trim. I think the exterior was one of my favorites as well.
Check out that ceiling guys- its stunning! And when we found the bench in the bathroom Katie was literally "but what is it?" I was all like "it's obviously a bench." As I was proving myself wrong she opened the right side which revealed a laundry chute. I literally heard her gasp and worried for a second, wondering if she had any gum in her mouth and if I was I going to have to do the heimlich. Luckily, my nursing duties remained off duty and we went to YHL's house next. But really, laundry chutes sell guys!
It was by far the best house and I'm not just saying that. When we were driving there I suddenly got worried. What if it was a disappointment? What if the rest of the house wasn't as good? I have no idea why I worried. It was stellar.
I wish I could share the rest but Sherry hasn't revealed the remaining parts of the house yet so I won't. But guys, it's gorgeous. It was the only home that took real risks. The one I could see myself living in for real. It screamed hip, young, and modern. There were pops of color and the wall colors were gorgeous but yet they let the accessories do the talking. And I was so happy to see fun pieces of art. I felt the rest of the homes just found whatever from tjmaxx or something. Not that there's anything wrong with that but it lacked personality. John and Sherry made our 2.5 hour ride there worth it [and even the traffic afterwards].
What was your favorite part? Anything you'd do differently?