A 1-Bedroom Condo Gets the Storage it Deserves
Bristol and Aubrey were excited to take on this 1-bedroom condo that was already in great condition but was in need of storage and a little bit of that Vegas glam
Bristol and Aubrey were excited to take on this 1-bedroom condo that was already in great condition but was in need of storage and a little bit of that Vegas glam! The overall theme Aubrey went with was grey and green with touches of gold. The renovation lasted two and a half weeks and cost Aubrey and Bristol $12,400. Once listed, the condo sold within three days at asking price, allowing Aubrey and Bristol to walk away with a profit of $26,600.
In the kitchen, Bristol ripped out some funky cabinetry and removed a pantry that was taking up a lot of space with all of its framing. Aubrey utilized a grey subway tile backplash.
By removing the pantry, Bristol was able to extend the peninsula allowing for extra seating. To lighten up the gray and green theme, Aubrey used white quartz countertops.
The biggest standout in the kitchen is the custom dining nook Aubrey and Bristol created to help solve the 1-bedroom condo's problem of lack of storage.
Some other great details in the kitchen are the custom hood and the shelves on either side of it. Initially, Aubrey was going to have Bristol build floating wall shelves. Instead, she bought two free-standing shelving units for under $100, painted them gold, and had Bristol hang them on the wall.
A light wood tile was used throughout the main living space and kitchen.
Fireplace Pop Out
Pop outs are something Aubrey and Bristol love to use in their flips because they're an inexpensive way to add dimension and storage to a room. This pop out features an electric fireplace surrounded by a bold tile and shelving units on either side for extra storage.
Aubrey and Bristol decided to continue the same flooring from the main living space onto the patio, so that it would feel like an extension of the living room.
Aubrey kept the green, grey, and gold theme going in the bathroom.
For the only bedroom, Aubrey and Bristol created a fun accent wall using floral wallpaper. The lighting fixture is a nice complement because it has 72 flower petals on it.