The house from The Notebook is one of the most well-known houses in cinema. It’s part of the main storyline in The Notebook, and Noah’s attempt to create Allie’s dream house is a crucial part of The Notebook’s appeal. How did he do it? Here’s a bit more about how Noah created the house from The Notebook.
#1. Blue shutters
A crucial part of the house redesign is the blue shutters that Allie wanted on the house. However, this paint job was the last in a long string of renovations Noah would have had to do.
#2. Third-story porch
At the beginning of the movie, there were two porches: a second-story porch and a third-story porch. However, Noah tore off the second-story porch and left only the third-story porch, creating a porch with great water views.
#3. Central staircase
Nick noted that the previous owner of the home proposed to his wife on the staircase. That made it an important part of the home to both Nick and Allie, and he renovated the stairs to make sure they were safe.
#4. Dining room
There were two front rooms in the home, and on the first visit, one of the rooms was lit by candles, with a neglected piano and plenty of cobwebs. After the renovations, Noah kept the piano, but made a dining table by hand and refurnished the chimney.
#5. Porch swing
On the side porch, Noah has created a porch swing in front of a side door that leads to the kitchen. When Noah and Allie reunite, Noah reads to Allie on the porch as they sit together.
#6. Painting room
One of Allie’s desires is to have a painting room. The painting room is on the top floor, and the windows overlook the water. Allie even gets an easel set up with a canvas so she can paint like she wants.
#7. Master bedroom
The other big room on the upstairs floor is the master bedroom. After Allie and Noah share a night together, Noah leaves a series of arrows on the floor that direct her to the painting room.
#8. Structural repairs
Though all these other repairs are important, structural repairs are the most crucial part of the renovation. Structural repairs, including a new roof and foundation leveling, are what would allow Noah and Allie to live in the house safely.
Lastly, to make sure the house looks as beautiful as possible, Noah did some landscaping. He cleared away overgrown brambles and fallen trees, transforming the area into a tidy yard instead.
The house from The Notebook is a well-known house. Even though it’s definitely well-known, however, the house was mostly filmed in a variety of locations, which means there are plenty of architectural discrepancies. This understanding of the home is much more about how a home would probably look after it was renovated. Next time you watch The Notebook, see whether you can spot those architectural discrepancies on your own.