A few weekends ago my parents and I, along with my mom's co-worker and her husband, went to the Dust to Dazzle Home Tour in Butte. Six historic buildings were included in the tour; some already remodeled, some still needing a little work. It was really fun but I only took photos of two houses because the rest were remodeled to look more modern and I didn't find them as inspiring! I've been bad at taking photos for blogging lately! I like my Instagram to be more of a creative outlet and my blog to be a creative outlet AND informational! Once I get my job situation figured out I will be better, I swaer! More information can be found here.
The first home we went to, the big white house, had delicious snacks and drinks made by volunteers.
It had it on library which I love even though technically books aren't zero-waste ;) and it's own wine cellar which I loved even more. Personally I wouldn't have seating or a fountain in my wine cellar.
They also had a movie theater downstairs too with a little area for the kids to place. It was definitely not what I was expecting when I went down there.
The bathroom upstairs was really neat. I love minimalism and a clean, crisp look. My journey as a photography has completely changed my opinion on colors, light, home decor, and design. What you don't see behind me is a stand up shower and a sauna!
The bedrooms were definitely not my style. Each room has a different theme and when I mean different them I mean carpet to match. This bedroom was pink everywhere and another was blue with almost teal colored carpet.
The Largey Flats were definitely one of my favorites. The designer, David, has amazing taste. Like I said I am very much a minimalist and like colors like grey and white. I actually asked him what color his bathroom was and he was kind enough to not only get the paint can but give me a paint swab.