The Dinger Home
If you were to ask Teresa and Mike Dinger what their home looked like when they purchased it a decade ago, they would tell you it was reminiscent of Graceland. From saloon doors, sunken tubs, and steam rooms to the flocked, red velvety wallpaper that wrapped the foyer, the home presented a unique remodeling challenge. Still, the Dingers knew that this was the perfect spot to raise their two children.
By Christina Cannon / Photography by Creative Revolver
“The home just had such good bones,” explains Teresa. “We love the flow of the house, and we made very little changes to the footprint.”
Today, the home still boasts a lot of the original craftsmanship that was incorporated when it was constructed in the late 1960s, but some of the more eclectic elements have been replaced with traditional trimmings that the Dingers find comfort in.