Monday, June 20, 2016

NEIGHBORHOOD HOME TOUR {HOUSE #4}



You might remember that I attended a local neighborhood home tour last month and I've shared some of those with you already.   Catch up here if you missed one-



Today I'm sharing the final home in this series with you.  I don't know for sure, but I would venture a guess that this house is decades old, however it seemed to be completely remodeled.  All of the bathrooms and kitchen were updated with more modern, timeless colors and fixtures.

I love the exterior color scheme.  We painted our first home in these same colors, and it's one of my very favorite exterior color palettes.  
  

I had a feeling I'd love this house the minute I walked in the door...


Dining room- loved the fireplace, moulding, and built in shelves (not to mention the fun table setting!).


Black shelves are always a dramatic statement.


I will always and forever love an ornate gold frame-


I neglected to take more than one photo in the living room, but I loved the houndstooth wing chairs, the towering flowering branches, the lucite/glass coffee table, and the overall bright and airy feel of the room.


Nice bright kitchen with eye-catching pendants-



Breakfast nook off of the kitchen, such a pretty table setting here, too.


Teacups with flowers at each individual place... note to self!



Guest and Kids' Bathrooms-  I really love all of light blue walls in this home.



Beautiful, serene Master and Master Bath-  even though this room had low ceilings, the light colors and plenty of lighting helped give it an open feel.



This was such a pretty, happy little house!  It also just happened to be for sale at the time of the tour...  I hope you enjoyed this series from the neighborhood home tour and picked up an idea or two to try in your own home.  I can't wait until the next one!


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3 comments:

  1. The house had me with that stair runner!

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  2. Such a fun but sophisticated home! I love all of the MacKenzie Child's pieces. They would look great in your home too. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. Lovely home. What was the texture on the ceiling?

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