We had the ‘worst house in the street’ – after two years it’s now our dream home… but people say it’s basic | The Sun

DECORATING an entire house can be a lot of work.

Especailly when it involves tearing down walls and adding on extensions.

But this family decided to do exactly that and even documented the entire thing online.

Homeowner Louise recently shared a TikTok sharing the entire process of completely changing the home.

When they first bought the detached house, it looked a little run down, but nothing that couldn't easily be fixed.

Although Louise reckons it was the worst house on the street, other people thought it looked better than most houses, and didn't need a lot of work.

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But they decided to go ahead with the renovations, even taking it one step further and transforming the house in to their dream, modern home.

In the video Louise showed the home being "ripped apart", next to nothing was left in it's original state.

They then added on a large extension, as well as a loft conversion, she admitted, "it go a lot worse before it got better."

They even splashed the cash on a adding a peak on the rough so that it matched the rest o the houses on the road.

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Finally, the home started to come together and Louise's vision wasn't too far out of reach.

But when she revealed the finished home, people thought it looked pretty basic.

The bathroom, which was meant to have "hotel vibes" actually looked common and boring, according to some viewers.

Although Louise insisted it was her dream home, it was hard to see much of her personality in the property as it was mostly grey.

One person said: "The house was cute before you tore it's soul apart, why not just buy land and build a new one? Doesn't make sense to me."

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A second added: "All very white and vanilla. Would've been much nicer to keep the inside modern but 30's inspired."

A third quipped: "Boring kitchen."

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