Tour the Boxy Colonial

Here’s a quick tour of the boxy colonial. Click on a room name to jump directly to the page about that room for more pictures and source lists (when one exists; work in progress!). I’ve put all the rooms on here, even the ones we’ve done nothing with yet, because I’m into realism and all that.

First floor:

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Foyer · Library · Den · Sunroom · Porch · Deck · Garage · Kitchen · Dining Room · Coat Closet · Downstairs Bath · Downstairs Hallway

Second floor:

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Abe’s Room · Ari’s Room · Milo and Gus’ Room · Upstairs Hallway · Upstairs Bath · Laundry · Master Bedroom · Master Bath · Master Closet

Exterior

Foyer

more pictures of foyer here

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Library

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Den

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Sunroom

more pictures of sunroom here

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Porch

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Deck
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Garage
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Kitchen

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Dining Room

 

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Coat Closet

 

(we don’t really have a coat closet. But maybe one could go here).

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Downstairs Bathroom

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Downstairs Hallway
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Abe’s Room

more about Abe’s National Parks Room here
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Ari’s Room

more pictures of Ari’s room here
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Milo and Gus’ Room

More about Milo and August’s room here

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Upstairs Hallway
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Upstairs Bath

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Laundry

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Master Bedroom
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more pictures of master bedroom here

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Master Bath

More about the master bath here
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Master Closet
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Basement

 

More about the basement here

First floor:
Foyer · Library · Den · Sunroom · Porch · Deck · Garage · Kitchen · Dining Room · Coat Closet · Downstairs Bath · Downstairs Hallway

Second floor:
Abe’s Room · Ari’s Room · Milo and Gus’ Room · Upstairs Hallway · Upstairs Bath · Laundry · Master Bedroom · Master Bath · Master Closet

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Tour the Boxy Colonial — 19 Comments

    • Hmm…I mentioned one time that I used to HAVE some lemon tree china (Johnson Bros, I think it was) when we lived in Boston, that I gave to a friend when we moved down here. I bought some black and gold dessert plates from Target awhile back, and we use those along with plain white dinner plates for special occasions (and Ikea stuff for every day. I also have my grandmother’s old everyday dishes, but I boxed those up for now, because it bothered me too much when kids broke them by accident). And then I’d love to have a set of mix and match blue china, but I have nowhere to put it right now, so it’s not really an active hunt. So I’m not sure? In all likelihood I talked about a quest for special china one time and since then I’ve gotten distracted….I change my mind a lot 😉

  1. Ah, another homeschooler who loves blue, lots of pictures, birds, books, and ships. We have a Civil War era Victorian in upstate NY with no end of projects. Also only 4 bedrooms…and 8 (eight!) kids.

  2. I just found your blog through Google and have spent the last hour reading through it. It’s my new favorite blog! It already has a spot on my Feedly! I absolutely love your library. The colors, comfy couch, cute dog and bookshelves that make this bibliophile drool.

  3. I covet those bookcases in the library! Great looking house, but with 4 kids, is it always so clean?? LOL
    New subscriber……
    mj

    • Thanks! No, definitely not always clean. My blogging strategy is to clean one room then take pictures of it really fast before someone comes along to mess it up 😉

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