From Bad to Good: 2 Before and After Projects

 

Marshfront Cottage

Boy, was this old cottage in bad shape when the Morgan family bought it. The tiny farm manager’s house was one of four buildings on auto magnate Henry Ford’s former 1930s Georgia plantation, but it was sinking into the low, marshy area it sat on and was only being used for storage. They stripped the paint off the poplar tongue-and-groove board and sealed the heart pine flooring with a clear polyurethane to bring back the original charm of the old wood in the cottage.

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Original Article and Image Source

Original Article and Image Source


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