before and afterTop 20 of All Time

Top 20 Before & Afters of All Time: #2 The Little NoPo Farmhouse Yard

by Grace Bonney

The #2 spot on our Top Before & Afters list belongs to a home that we’ve all come to love here at Design*Sponge: The Little NoPo Farmhouse. All of the love, hard work, and elbow grease that went into Andrea and Malcolm’s home shines through in every space — and especially in this backyard renovation. What we love most about this project is all of the cream and black accents — they really bring a modern feel to this space and neaten everything up. I love this project because it reminds me how valuable outdoor space is. When done well, any outdoor space can feel like extra living space for your home and, in good weather, it can become your favorite “room” in a heartbeat. Hope this inspires some outdoor projects for your home! xo, Grace

#2: The Little NoPo Farmhouse Yard

  • Who Lives There: Andrea Selkregg and Malcolm Bungcayao
  • Where: Portland, OR
  • DS debut: September 2015



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