The street-fronting portion of the house is an 1890s barn, relocated to this site and turned into a house. I love the Craftsman feel of the glass-paned front door.
The living and dining areas are one long space. The floors are reclaimed white and red oak, stained a dark brown. Aren't they lovely? (ps, this is not my furniture)
The office is 8' x 12', too small to ever add a closet and make it into a third bedroom, so there's not a lot to lose by taking out the wall. The Boyfriend wants to make it into a Man Cave with huge TV and comfy chairs and surround sound and and and. What is it about men and big TVs? I'm all for the idea actually. No TV in the living room!
Just past the dining area is the kitchen with gorgeous Carrara marble and glass tile back splash, black concrete counter tops, and reclaimed cabinets. The Boyfriend is excited because there's room for a six-burner cook top under the vent hood. Here's to more deliciousness coming from his kitchen! (I have never eaten so well in my own has as I have since he'd moved in with me. For serious, he's amazing.)
The bathroom off the kitchen has a darling claw foot tub and period-appropriate penny tile. Not much storage exacept under the sink, but something similar to the current owner's cabinet seems like a good solution.
The other side of the closet is the Master bath: shower and sink, and then separate commode to the right of the frame. I'm not crazy about the color, or the sink, or the light fixture (or the layout and tiling of the shower, for that matter), so those things will all change eventually. I DO like that there's no space wasted on a tub. Since the bath in the front of the house has such a nice one, I'm happy to have the space in the Master for something else.