1967 House, untouched, where to start?
We will be closing on a 1967 home in a couple weeks. The entire interior has never been touched. We have plans to pull up the split pea colored carpet upon moving in. Other than that... we're really wondering where to start.
Our first thought is kitchen, we feel like the kitchen can/will be the heartbeat of the home and that style/feel should filter out into the house. However, while the kitchen is original to 1967, it's not in bad shape.
The master bath is however, in bad shape. Just alot of neglect.
Would it be silly to have some fabulous bath with a not so fabulous kitchen?
We actually figure we'll do trim and doors last, the floors need refinishing, the stairs are the only place in the house that doesn't have original wood floors- so those will need to be addressed- there is alot of painting in our future! The roof, gutters, siding, windows are all new- so we're lucky to get to start on the interior stuff.
Our budget allows for continual investment over the next few to 6 years, it doesn't allow for an all at once remodel.
Where did you start? Why?