mross_pitt wrote:They took all the "before" photos in the middle of the night and tried to make it look as dark and depressing as possible.However, all the "after" photos are taken at just the right time of day, with properly placed lamps, and where the most natural light is entering the windows.I think if they took equivalent photos, we would find that the original details had much more potential than it seems.
The kitchen in that house wasn't original.
This before shot of our kitchen reveals the 50-year-old knotty pine cabinets
mross_pitt wrote:The kitchen in that house wasn't original.
From the link....sounds original to me.This before shot of our kitchen reveals the 50-year-old knotty pine cabinets
The living room fireplace is surely original as well.
I think the general consensus is that they could have worked with more of the orignal details and produced a great end product instead of photography trickery making their "flip this house" work look more impressive than it actually was.
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