Assuming the inspection doesn't find anything catastrophic this week I'm buying a different house. (lost my old house in the pseudo divorce)
Anywho.... Its a bit rough but not horrible. I'm going to replace all the cabinetry, kitchen/Laundry/bathroom, and re-trim it so everything is consistent as well.
I actually kinda find myself horrified at the thought of designing something for myself! What wood, and what to do for door styles..... Go absolutely bonkers, or keep it simple..... I'd like to do the cabinetry and trim out of walnut, but that'll get spendy quick, and I'm concerned it wouldn't appeal to enough people.
I will have to tear out the ceiling and rip up the floor to level it back out again in the kitchen. The ceiling I think I'm going to go with a narrow bead board instead of rock/texture. I think I'm going to kick it in at an angle as well to negate any visual effects of the room being outta wack or cumulative errors from putting up such a narrow strip. That stuff shows up in the crown way too easily. The floor I'm not sure what I'm going to do either tile or wood. Birch or maple naturally finished against the walnut cabinets would be phenomenal looking though.
Hopefully its temporary and I can flip it in a year or two. I really, really hate old houses. The inefficiencies, and squeaky floor drive me nuts.