Thomas and I have been filming a mini web series on house flipping for one of our clients and we’ve been having a blast! Check out the first episode below and check out Austin and Mackenzie’s facebook page.
We’re up to January now, see I’m getting caught up 😋. This first home is a new build located in Lebanon, TN right next to the Cumberland River. Lebanon was once considered to be the “country” but has been growing steadily over the past few years with lots of beautiful new builds like this one. I really love the wood beams in the dining room and the layout of the whole house. Most of the rooms are tucked away from the living space which makes it really private, and creates interest.
This Second home was a renovation which, I totally love. Originally the back of the house where the master bedroom is now, was basically one large den. They walled it off and made a hallway to create the master suite which looks great! I also love how they’ve created an open concept while still maintaining a degree of separation by placing the dining room between the living room and kitchen. Great job!
I’m going to break November up into two posts because I really want to dedicate this post to showing off one particular house we shot in November. This house was probably my favorite house we shot last year – Built in 1947 on about an acre of land (which is good for Nashville, believe me). It’s located in a really fantastic neighborhood which isn’t far from Radnor Lake (Check out our Radnor Lake video here!). What I loved about this house, while having beautiful upgrades it still retained it’s 1947 charm, and I’m all about that! Also the outdoor space is fantastic! I love being in nature so this backyard is a dream for me. Just check out the photos and video for yourself!
It’s been so long! Forgive me, I’m sorry. We’ve been so busy with work which is a good thing, but I let the time slip away. Now I’m trying to play catch up and share all the wonderful homes we’ve been photographing this past year. You know, I truly enjoy photographing interiors and architecture. We put a lot of love into our work. I know to some people it may just look like boring old real estate photography (although I hope not!) but this is something my partner and I find a lot of joy in. We really try to bring a fresh perspective to the industry – for a long time it’s been filled with a lot of HDR processing which I find really tiring and old. No offense if you’re a fan of that, but I am not. My passion is editorial photography so I approach real estate with that in mind. Although there’s really only so far you can go with real estate before you’re not really meeting the purpose of it anymore. Which is why one of my goals this year is to attract more editorial work, along with continuing to meet and exceed our real estate client’s expectations.