Updating ranch home pictures
A tall, stately gable or offset, overlapping gables emerging over the front entry draw the eye up rather than across the home’s sprawling length.
The typical ranch has a family room neighboring the kitchen.
She writes friendly, conversational business, home and lifestyle articles for Bizfluent, azcentral, Daltile, Marazzi, Lowes, Philips Lighting, Word and numerous other publications.
Today, I am sharing our 1960’s ranch style home tour. I’ve admired and followed her blog for years and am so honored to be sharing my home with her and you.
Thanks so much for having my home on your tour, Debbie! My name is Angie and I blog at Postcards from the Ridge.
I met my husband in college almost 25 years ago and we’ve been married for over 22 years.
The hardest part for me is always deciding on which color to use. My style could be described best as eclectic, casual, collected, and comfortable.
I like various decorating themes like farmhouse, vintage, mid-century modern, and some traditional.
If you’ve never visited my blog, you’ll find projects, tips and tutorials, favorite paint colors, room tours and decorating ideas. The entry is an ever-changing display of seasonal items.Inside the paint store where I work, I’ve claimed a small space where I sell some of my painted pieces and you can get a glimpse of it here, or you can see a few other pieces I’ve done here.The living room is the first room you see when you enter the house.In the ranch with low ceilings, check that a dropped ceiling isn't hiding an 8-foot-high-or-so ceiling, or visually "lift the roof" with floor-to-ceiling drapery.Invest in natural slate flooring, ceramic tile, hardwood -- or quality vinyl with the look of tile or hardwood -- right through to make a narrow design appear wider.