The “Saving Etta” house was built in 1900 near downtown Raleigh, NC. Despite being listed on the Registry of Historic Places, the house was one step away from being condemned and bulldozed. Not to be deterred, Brittany worked for over a year to save the original house, all while saving many of the original features. Follow this amazing house rehabilitation adventure!

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Saving Etta: Paint Colors + Home Tour Guide

Saving Etta: Paint Colors + Home Tour Guide Now that all the rooms have been revealed in the Saving Etta house, I thought you'd like one post to refer to all the paint colors used inside and outside the home. This will also be a great starting…

Saving Etta: Upstairs Room Reveals

Saving Etta: Upstairs Room Reveals We've come to the end of the Saving Etta room reveals. It's been fun, but it's time to move on to a new project. If you were here for the last Saving Etta reveal, you saw my announcement that I've purchased…
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Saving Etta: Living Room Reveal

Saving Etta: Living Room Reveal I know it's been a while since you received a Saving Etta update. And, there's a good reason for the delay. Not only did I renovate two bathrooms for our local Habitat for Humanity this past week, but I also bought…