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Library looking into the formal living room, before we moved in. Not much has changed in this area, aside from our stuff being in it now.

Library looking into the formal living room, before we moved in. Not much has changed in this area, aside from our stuff being in it now.

Formal living room. This basically looks almost exactly the same - as the previous owner left us the window treatments, and we bought some of the furniture in this room from him. The wallpaper is a little insane, but it oddly works in person.

This basically looks almost exactly the same - as the previous owner left us the window treatments, and we bought some of the furniture in this room from him. The wallpaper is a little insane, but it oddly works in person.

Library, before we moved in. Funny, it looks so much bigger to me with our furniture in it now.

Library, before we moved in. Funny, it looks so much bigger to me with our furniture in it now.

Master bedroom before we moved in. The god awful Laura Ashley vomit wallpaper is gone and it's painted a lovely asparagus green. This room has the only original trim in the house (the rest was removed when it was gutted and renovated in 1917)

Master bedroom before we moved in. The god awful Laura Ashley vomit wallpaper is gone and it's painted a lovely asparagus green. This room has the only original trim in the house (the rest was removed when it was gutted and renovated in

Family Room, before we moved in. We're keeping the mural. Hoping to tear up this carpet once the boys are out of toddlerhood. There's amazing marmoleum underneath, but it may be unsalvagable.

Family Room, before we moved in. We're keeping the mural. Hoping to tear up this carpet once the boys are out of toddlerhood. There's amazing marmoleum underneath, but it may be unsalvagable.

Boys' bedroom, before we moved in. So far this room has had one of the biggest transformations. Needless to say, we repainted it before we moved in. I love the built-ins, and it's by far the largest bedroom in the house.

Boys' bedroom, before we moved in. So far this room has had one of the biggest transformations. Needless to say, we repainted it before we moved in. I love the built-ins, and it's by far the largest bedroom in the house.

Guest room, before we moved in. We've stripped the wallpaper, repainted it a warm golden color - but we still haven't addressed the fugly carpet. I'm hoping there are hardwoods under there.

Guest room, before we moved in. We've stripped the wallpaper, repainted it a warm golden color - but we still haven't addressed the fugly carpet. I'm hoping there are hardwoods under there.

Dining room, before we moved in. It looks very different with our furniture, even though we haven't really changed anything in the room itself.

Dining room, before we moved in. It looks very different with our furniture, even though we haven't really changed anything in the room itself.

Dining Room, before we moved in. So far we haven't touched the paint/wallpaper - but it looks very different with our furniture in here.

Dining Room, before we moved in. So far we haven't touched the paint/wallpaper - but it looks very different with our furniture in here.

Maid's quarters, before we moved in. This suite of rooms (sitting room, bedroom and bathroom) now serve as my mom's rooms.

Maid's quarters, before we moved in. This suite of rooms (sitting room, bedroom and bathroom) now serve as my mom's rooms.

Kitchen. Someday, this wallpaper will come down. Someday...

Kitchen. Someday, this wallpaper will come down. Someday...

Another view of the kitchen, from the maid's stairs. We took down the (ugly) custom curtains which lets in a lot more light.

Another view of the kitchen, from the maid's stairs. We took down the (ugly) custom curtains which lets in a lot more light.

111 Lafayette NE, The  Perkins / Hutchins House,  built in 1881 by Gaius W. Perkins. Founder of the School Furniture Company, which eventually became American Seating Company.

111 Lafayette NE, The Perkins / Hutchins House, built in 1881 by Gaius W. Founder of the School Furniture Company, which eventually became American Seating Company.

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