House Tour

Hey! So since I shared a little video tour of our old flat, I figured I should make one for our new place too.

So here we go!

We’re so happy with our place! Those of you who have been with me for a while may know that we’ve been house hunting for most of this year, and we’re so lucky to have found this one! It’s nice to know that we have a place we can really call home.

Before I go, I am super stoked to see that this blog has just reached 1900 followers! Crazy! Thank you once again for all the support! I feel like a broken record, but this is seriously an amazing community and I am so grateful to be a part of it ๐Ÿ˜€ โค

Angela.

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25 thoughts on “House Tour

  1. I love that office chair ๐Ÿ™‚ I love seeing peoples homes, we’re such a noisy set of people aren’t we, if I told my grandparents.. hell even my parents, that I was going to film my home and share it with people around the world they’d never understand ๐Ÿ˜‰

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    1. Thanks Sarah! It’s my favourite office chair ever! Haha, I know! I love seeing in other people’s homes as well. It’s weird, but I like seeing how other people decorate ๐Ÿ˜€

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  2. I agree big windows are the best. If that paper on the cupboards is a sticky kind, usually water and vinegar mixture will break up the glue and it can be peeled off. Test a small spot first. Then any residue can be rubbed with the vinegar. You can use rubbing alcohol but you have to be careful because it will take colour off too :):) hahaha Rori claimed George hahaha. You have a pretty place with a ton of storage, Angela :):) The mirrors in the garage could have been for a work out room too, maybe? Lovely tour ๐Ÿ™‚

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    1. Thanks Margaret! The big windows are lovely for keeping our house warm and full of light ๐Ÿ˜€ It’s the first thing we noticed about this place. Thanks for the tip about the wall decal. We really don’t like it and trying to figure out ways to take it down. A workout room is possible too. It was just so weird when we first noticed it ๐Ÿ˜€

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      1. I always use vinegar or rubbing alcohol. But be sure to test a spot, and like I said if you use the alcohol, put something down, towel, something. It will eat the colour off anything, carpet, paint, eat holes in plastic if left too long hehehe. Rubbing alcohol eats through all kinds of stuff, and the only thing I know that will take out glue, permanent markers, paint, or ink. I love your place. And with that yard, a garage. You were blessed and hit the first time home buying jackpot :):)

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