If you can look past the nasty red wall and the hung-too-high lighting, the living room is pretty amazing, I think. It has windows all the way along two walls, a gorgeous brick wall at the end and all the industrial character our old place had with the exposed duct work and concrete ceilings.
Speaking of the nasty red wall, it's no longer red. I've been painting my arse off - two coats down, at least one more to go. I'm so excited to make this space feel more like home. :)
The kitchen is pretty teeny, but the finishes are great, and it's forced us to come up with some creative storage solutions which I'll tell you all about some time soon. I didn't get a shot of the kitchen myself, but here's the one from an old listing - thankfully it isn't yellow anymore!
The gorgeous brick also graces the master bedroom, which is significantly bigger than our old one (although it's not that clear in this photo) and has a little nook perfectly sized to fit E's crib in - hooray for not blocking the bathroom door anymore!
The master bath is bigger too, and has a double vanity. This is an old photo from the listing again - it's painted the same colour as the bedroom now. I actually prefer the cream to the greeny grey that it is now, but I'm not sure I hate it enough to do anything about it.
The guest bathroom has an awesome sink (listing photo again)...
The new big boy room is slightly larger than the old one and has floor to ceiling windows. That means we now have two proper bedrooms with windows and only one loft-style one...
...which will eventually become a nursery for Baby E. This room is pretty small, but babies really don't need much space, right?
But my absolute favorite thing has to be the storage. We have a laundry ROOM (not closet) and TWO walk-in closets, one of which now holds the ginormous stroller that used to drive me crazy sitting in the middle of our living space.
Good bones, right? Not to mention, this place has hardwood floors throughout - no more stinky, stained carpets - and our new landlords are amazing. So although it was a total pain to move, I'm so happy that we were able to find somewhere in the same building that's actually a bit of an upgrade. Yay for silver linings. :)