Welcome to the January 26th #StudioVosPOTW! Counseling serves many purposes, but did you hear about the realtor who was in therapy? It's because they couldn't get closure ⚕💆♀️🧠👩🏻⚕️👩🏽⚕️💆🏻♀️!
Today's real estate photo theme is BEHIND THE BRICK! Have you ever driven around town, seen a home from the outside, and felt like you "just knew" exactly what it was like inside? Let's pull back the curtain on a few homes now to see how accurate your guessing skills are. Was it everything you expected or are these interiors totally unpredictable?
We're going to exclusively discuss recent brick homes shoots at 1433 Rd 66113 in Dayton (Rose Gonzales, CB&A Realtors); 3521 Falcon Way in Conroe (Allana Steveson, eXp Realty); 1208 Struss Ln in Columbus (Molly Harkness, Leyco Real Estate); 6936 Beckett in Bryan (Alycia Hooper, Keller Williams Realty); 3410 Catalonion in Conroe (Graeme Miller, KW Professionals); and 14 Lush Meadow in The Woodlands (Paul Edwards, eXp Realty).
#1 in Dayton | From the front: a combination of white stone and whitestone brick mixed together on a plot of trees.
#1 in Dayton | From inside: it 100% flows. The white interior, wood floors, granite countertop, and blended dark accent cabinets come together to truly match the entire aesthetic.
#2 in Conroe | From the front: gotta give a shoutout to our virtual twilight technology here. Just stunning.
#2 in Conroe | From inside: This one threw me for a small loop because I expected the interior to replicate more of the dark browns from the exterior. I'm pleased that it didn't, though. These lighter hues have created a beautifully clean modern contrast without going over the top.
#3 in Columbus | From the front: I chose a bit of a long shot so you can clearly capture the context that this a buff stone ranch home -- not some big city property.
#3 in Columbus | From inside: maybe I gave away too big a hint by letting you know this was a country accommodation. Perhaps you already had grandpa's cabin in your mind, so seeing a wood floor with woodgrain cabinets and wood paneled walls is exactly what you anticipated (not to mention the wood accent fans and wood stove). What a nostalgia inducing beauty!
#4 in Bryan | From the front: pardon the dust from this new construction home.
#4 in Bryan | From inside: on the surprise scale, I give it a 10! Sure, it's a new construction so you're anticipating something nice -- but this? Sheesh! That kitchen shot could be pulled directly from a celebrity home magazine.
#5 in Conroe | From the front: New York-used / Autumn Gold style brick facade.
#5 in Conroe | From inside: 50/50 shock value for this address. The entire outer surface is spotless, so I imagined the interior to match. However, I could've easily seen something much more old-fashioned.
#6 in The Woodlands | From the front: a rustic light ivory style brick pattern.
#6 in The Woodlands | From inside: really hate to be flabbergasted again but this might get another 10/10! If you grew up middle-class in Houston then there's a high chance this space looks your old best friend's house. I was absolutely sure the interior would be completely different. What was your prediction?
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