Have some fun – and copy ideas – by looking at these before and after pictures of the renovated house: old-fashioned kitchens, small bedrooms, dark living rooms, gardens that were a mess. House renovations with before and after pictures. Get inspired to change and renovate your home.
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It was an old-fashioned penthouse in terms of distribution and materials.
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It is now a fresh, bright and modern home.
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Red in the bedroom? Really? More than sweet dreams, this room produces nightmares.
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Clarity, order and functionality. In this studio-bedroom you feel like mixing work and pleasure (and not getting out of it all day).
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Brown shades are not a good idea when you don’t have much light. As an example of what NOT to do, this living room with an open kitchen
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White has updated and visually lightened this kitchen.
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It’s one thing to like the rustic style and another to bury yourself alive in wood.
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Like this, yes! Light, natural and with rural charm. Makes you want to leave everything behind and go live in the country.
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Having a space outside the house is always a luxury. Well, maybe not always…
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Welcome to the Garden of Eden (including dining room).
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We take great pride in the talent of our readers. That’s how Jara changed her room from dark and outdated…
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A cozy and romantic style.
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The kitchen also passed through his hands (and his wit).
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It looks like magic, but it’s just good decorative choices.
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This kitchen was oppressive just by looking at it.
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Throwing out a partition and adding a dining area was the best idea. Take a look at the rest of the house and discover other equally radical changes…
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During the (much-needed) renovation of this Toledo apartment, some wooden beams were discovered under the false ceiling.
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The interior designers decided to leave them in view and give them prominence with light.
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This was the kitchen on the same floor: dark, old and rather boring…
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It’s modern now, but with a wink to the past.
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Ready for another amazing change? Here comes…
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White, brushstrokes of colour, a new wooden floor and a careful decoration have meant a radical change in this floor.
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The kitchen had become stuck in the past.
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Today it has opened up to the present (and to the house) by getting light and breadth to invade it.
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Dark wood furniture was not a good idea…
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The light’s out! A single coat of white paint changed everything.
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This is one of our favorite changes because of how it takes advantage of the existing elements and the limited space available in this penthouse (only 20 square meters).
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It makes us believe in second chances again.
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To achieve a radical change, it is not necessary to have a large budget or to make a complete reform.
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This kitchen was renovated for less than 600 euros and without throwing away a single partition.
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