Today, I am sharing our 1960’s ranch style home tour. I’ve admired and followed her blog for years and am so honored to be sharing my home with her and you.Thanks so much for having my home on your tour, Debbie! My name is Angie and I blog at Postcards from the Ridge.I like various decorating themes like farmhouse, vintage, mid-century modern, and some traditional.And I love to use items for something other than their intended use.
Located in New York's Hudson Valley region, the location is ideal. Michael could slip his fingers beneath the flashing. Seems that the only thing that worked was the hot water heater.First, though, Eric made a few tweaks to the structure.“A typical ranch house has exposed ceilings and light coming into the public spaces, but ours didn’t have that.” He added new windows for a flood of natural light and incorporated as many French doors as he could to bolster the indoor-outdoor connection.Vaulting the ceilings in both the family and dining rooms added architectural interest without having to raise the roof.Keeping the same gray paint color throughout, while making the lines of the house simple and clean, makes this house cohesive and dramatically more contemporary.