Of course, the "before" pics don't give us a real sense of what the house looked like pre-remodel, but I can only imagine that the "after" is a huge improvement. The couple, both creative types, preserved some of the best parts of the 1927 bungalow, from the long-plank pine floors and wooden shiplap walls to the original hardware and clawfoot tub.
Then they opened up the floorplan, improved the house's insulation and added a bunch of energy-efficient windows that now flood the space with light. Britt, who owns Broken Arrow Space Design, did a bang-up job with touches like gunmetal-steel countertops and repurposing the house's original wood siding as a wall in the master bedroom. Read more about the project at Design*Sponge.
Well done, Britt and Dan!