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Why do we refer to this project as the Spanish Smurf? 

Well this house was as blue on the inside as it was on the outside when we purchased it. 

After nearly purchasing the house across the street, we couldn’t stomach living across from the bright turquoise Spanish style home. Ironically it was put on the market a week or so later and we took a look at it. And fell in LOVE with its beams, carved wood doors, fantastic floor plan and location in Wolflin. This house would become our first remodel project, the home we brought our twin boys home to and made many memories in the four years that we lived there. 

We took the kitchen down to the studs and floor joists, replaced knob and tube electrical throughout the front of the home, updated all bathrooms, repaired and painted hand done texture from artisans in the 1920s (in the entryway rope with plaster over it is used in lies of crown molding!), completely redid the fireplace in the den along with new landscaping in the front and grass turf in the narrow backyard. While updating it with modern convenience and current aesthetics, we did our best to add even more character and charm to this home.  Be sure to scroll through the below photos to see many of our before and after photos. This home was featured in Amarillo Style Magazine in Fall 2014.


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