See how a pair of house flippers transformed their old farmhouse into a true dream

When Nick and Laurie purchased this neglected home near Baltimore City, Maryland, they understood that it was going to take a tremendous amount of hard work and dedication to transform it into their "forever farmhouse." However, with their collective experience in renovating and owning rental property, and Nick's knowledge in construction, they had a great foundation to work from. The original home was in rough shape, to say the least. It was shabby, dark and in disrepair. The exterior was falling apart, and the interior wasn't much better. Without missing a beat, they quickly got to work remodeling the home into the "Glam Farmhouse" it is now.
The haggard exterior has been replaced with fresh new siding, as well as the addition of a garage. The interior is hardly recognizable with its light and bright color scheme. The kitchen was given a complete overhaul with creamy white cabinets, long runs of counter space and stainless steel appliances. A spacious island sits between the kitchen and the dining room and provides additional space for meal prep or as a spot for casual dining. Gorgeous hardwood floors extend through the entranceway, kitchen and dining room, whereas plush brown carpeting creates a cozy atmosphere in the living room.
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Neutral stripes and rich hardwood flooring create an elegant background for seasonal decor in this light-filled passageway.

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Raised panel cabinets and contrasting stone countertops continue the neutral color scheme seen throughout the home.

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The open concept kitchen and dining area make this part of the home ideal for hosting parties and entertaining at holiday get-togethers.

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A long farmhouse table ensures that there is plenty of room for guests in this rustic dining room.

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Covered ceiling detail and a shiplap accent wall add architectural interest to this festive living room.

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A palette of pale pink and soft white creates the ideal space for a young, playful girl.
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