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Nate & Jeremiah do Jordan and Elliot...




Oh, yes. This one is for those who like bigger houses. And you already know that I love me some Nate and Jeremiah, so duh. I had to post this here. 

I like that idea of the 'forever home' that so many people talk about. Especially if I could put money into the house, like Jordan and Elliot. Moving from a one bedroom condo into a house surely seems like a big change to me. I've lived in houses, but they have not been mine. And they say they may have children *knocks on wood*. Bless their hearts. 

So this change kind of makes sense for them. And the house is gorge. A 1920's home? Well, yes, Virginia. The architectural details the house has are fab. I think they did a great job by updating some parts of the house (that kitchen!!!) and that new door to the dining room? Dreamy. And thank goodness they did something about the fireplace. And they talk about floors! Dave??

I also kind of covet the sunroom. I would have ten million plants there, but that's just me. Nate and Jeremiah decide to keep the original setup in some places and go balls deep in some other places. They owners plan to entertain, so that's the main concern on this first floor. And they do have the budget, so yeah.

Love what they did.

XOXO

P.S. Check this out:




Those are from @iscreamcolour (a.k.a. Humberto Cruz). I don’t cook, but I got them for my manfriend who remodeled his kitchen and needed a quirky touch.

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  1. I remember seeing that episode. It's a gorgeous home and you're so right about the sunroom!
    xoxo

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    1. It is a very nice home.
      But that sunroom!!!

      XOXO

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  2. huge and nice home, without any doubt!

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    1. Yes, it is.
      I think they intend to have a family, so it makes sense.

      XOXO

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  3. I cannot believe they destroyed history and ruined that vintage staircase! These guys are decorative clods!

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    1. I agree with you Butch. I love me a dramatic staircase. A proper queen knows when another proper queen descends a staircase, there must stairs with a nice landing with a railing, to stand and pose dramatic like against... to receive her guest. And then turn, finish the few steps and enter.

      All four of those silly clods should have known!!!!

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    2. Hahaha
      I thought you were going to talk about the floors! And I think the staircase was not mangled. They opened it up and restored part of it. But I can see Maddie's point...

      XOXO

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  4. I would love to see one of these shows where they work with a couple less affluent. All the privilege on display? It's off-putting. That's just me. That's why house porn is not my thing. It's presenting ideals that aren't achievable and 'helping' people who don't need help. So? What is the point, except to perpetuate a kind of mindless consumerism? I can't with this stuff... so - I KNOW - I should just STFU. Kizzes.

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    1. The guys who do "Bargain Block" are for "regular folk," and they do a damn fine job restoring homes in Detroit on shoestring budgets.

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    2. Anonymous6/07/2023

      HuntleyBiGuy:
      I have to agree with you. The shows where they just plunk down serious coin on a house, then still have a budget for a major overhaul, though they have spectacular results, are just a little fantastic for me.

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    3. And besides that Upton....most people don't even need to spend huge bucks. I have spent maybe $400 on some people's places, for a few things but mostly just restaged what they already had, and it's like night and day. I have worked with both sides of the spectrum. I usually avoid these shows...I get burnt out since for me since I do it. And it is just all elitism and consumerism. I have seen some very stunning homes get gutted and for what??? Such a waste...just because the current owners have to have the whole house with their stamp on it, which is cool, but destroying historic, old craftsmanship makes no sense to me. Some homes look even worst when done and have no character once so ever. It was their money, but I thought...fools. The best designs have old and new alike, and a good designer will be able to keep many elements with how to work the color and staging, bringing it al together.

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    4. Heh.
      Well, I have nothing to say here... LOL

      XOXO

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  5. Haven't been impressed with them lately. But here, I like everything but the change to the staircase. Dave's right. That's a miss. XOXO

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  6. Anonymous6/07/2023

    HuntleyBiGuy:
    The end results are pretty amazing, but I couldn’t imagine having the budget to put down a down payment on a new home and then doing a major renovation. Even with the sale of the previous property I think it’s a little much.

    But then I’m just old I guess. 馃槑

    XOXO 馃懆馃徏‍❤️‍馃拫‍馃懆馃徑

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    1. I liked what they did.
      The opening of the stairs is not such a big sin for me. And even though I kind of liked the 'old' kitchen, the new one is stunning.
      And it's two gay men who live in New York. They must have saved some coin for that move!

      XOXO

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  7. I absolutely loved the featured artist. The No human being is illegal is brilliant and I love the colors of that. I'm going to have to look into him. The spatulas are a lovely gift. Is that the artist on the gift tag?

    I too have always adored Nate and Jeremiah, and their style of Interiors is very close to mine. But I think I'd like Nate and Jeremiah even more if they were naked in bed with me, one on each side of me!

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    1. Shit Maddie...no way could those vanilla's handle you. They wouldn't know where to start.

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    2. Oh, the featured artist is fab. You should follow him on Insta.
      And Cali-Boi just made me think about what you'd do to Nate And Miah. Hmmm...

      XOXO

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  8. I actually liked the house better before, except the kitchen. Hated the marble around the fireplace. But the finished house isn't bad. I used to love Nate and Jeremiah, but lately they get on my nerves.

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    1. I actually liked that kitchen!
      I understand what they did, though. They followed the clients' wishes. And the finished house is fantastic. I like them. I am basically Jeremiah.

      XOXO

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    2. "I am basically Jeremiah."

      So then I would probably bend you over and give a tap!!!! He my favorite too.

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    3. Hahaha oh yes, babes.
      Definitely!

      XOXO

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