Monday, May 16, 2011

It's all about the details..

One of my favorite things about this house are all the details. It's not just the kitchen and the fireplaces that are awesome. All 2800 sqft are beautiful and enchanting starting right as you walk in the front door.

Front entry with two closets and a great spot for guests to take of their shoes.
Hallway leading to the rest of the house with floor to ceiling trim and the reoccurring shiplap overhead.
Kids bath with vintage classic feel. And hallways with built-in linen cabinets and contemporary light fixtures.
The mud room with the continued shiplap and storage space for the family. And then the door to the utility room has a custom made intake vent that goes along with the Greek key pattern above the living room fireplace.
Photos by Meikel Reece.

17 comments:

Barb @ getupandplay said...

Okay, I'm kicking myself that I missed the chance to see this home a couple of weeks ago! It's just stunning!

melissa said...

What a breathtaking home! I saw the photos on Meikel's blog and had to see more. I am a silly little dressmaker that wishes I could build homes for a living. So to see your style, is so.... over the top perfect! It will be fun to see more.

Kristina T said...

Can you please share what colors you used in these rooms? Especially the light color in the hallways? Gorgeous work! Just perfect!

Heidi said...

Love these rooms! I just adore the woodwork above the fireplace.

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Ansel Marvin said...

I'm stunned by the elegance of this home. How did you manage to get so much light in the hall ways? It looks great. Thank you.

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Aaron Carter said...

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Cynthia Rhose said...

Is this a home or what heaven is supposed to look like? I am so captivated by the design and the brilliant white around the room. I would love to live here.
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Jerry Boggs said...

That is a beautiful house! Thanks for sharing all those photos. I especially like the fireplace. The house I live in now was a custom build, but it is a very different style. It is nice to see something different.

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