I am honestly very happy to continue the Beautiful Homes of Instagram series, after a few cancellations due the Holidays. This weekly series is one of the most popular on Home Bunch and it’s a pleasure to have Jennifer from @classicstylehome on the blog. Jennifer is a busy mom of three and she is the queen of multi-tasking! You will see why here!
“I’m a full-time nurse auditor, part-time designer and stager, and mom of three boys. My second home was a craftsman/colonial hybrid with a many decorating challenges. I was inspired by New England homes white woodwork and dark wood floors when looking for design ideas. I added window trim, door trim, and wainscoting throughout the house. Neighbors and friends asked me constantly how I completed projects so a blog was born in 2013. It was easier then texting descriptions of how to paint woodwork, build your own stairs, etc. I rarely did projects the right way and focused on short cuts I shared on my blog instead since I was on a budget like most people. I caught the eye of a local realtor who asked me to start staging homes for her and my business has grown locally via word of mouth. My Instagram and blog is a reflection of my home and current inspiration on design instead of client’s homes. I love all styles of design, but my blog and Instagram is my creative outlet since my style is always evolving.
I moved into my current new build home in August 2015. It is completely different than my last because I prefer to work with the architecture and landscape of a home. However, I love to mix and match for an eclectic, unique look that will always be my own. My new home is mostly French in architecture, but I see Moroccan influences in the interior arches. I’ve tried to incorporate the old world style, but inject a bit of contemporary design with white walls and abstract paintings. I always want to be current and never feel like I’m living in a time capsule. A parallel nod to traditional and modern design is always going to be my preference. Currently, I am loving Spanish influences and have incorporated it into my design recently in ways that still fit with my decor. It’s always a balance of modern, traditional, light, ornate, etc. that I walk. It’s not the easiest way to design, but it’s my favorite!”
Isn’t it a very inviting front entry? The front door features an ebony stain color. Door mat is from Frontgate.
Exterior Brick: The brand of the brick is Acme Brick.
I love these double front doors, and that puppy is just too cute!
Grey Paint Color: Paint color is Pittsburgh Paints PPG1006-2 Shark.
Blue and White Umbrella Stand: Homegoods
Mirror is Zgallerie.
These blue and white ginger jars bring a classic feel to this transitional entry.
Blue and White Vases with Pink Florals: Family Antiques.
Floors: Red Oak Stained Minwax Ebony. Red oak hardwood is very durable and great for a family home.
Entry table is Donna’s Home Furnishings in Montgomery, TX.
Rug is Overstock Couristan Arabesque.
Bench & Chair: Restoration Hardware.
Tall archways open to dining room and to the great room.
The dining room feels calm and it’s perfect for entertaining. The white china cabinet is from Restoration Hardware.
Chandelier was part of the builder’s package.
Drapes: Bed, Bath and Beyond (not including trim).
Table and chairs are from Restoration Hardware.
Mirrored Buffet and Mirror: Zgallerie.
Boxwoods & Candle Holders: Homegoods.
The living room is one of my favorite spaces in this house. I love the neutral decor and the comfy furniture.
Sofa is Hooker (George Grand) sofa covered in custom Sunbrella fabric via High Fashion Home.
Media Console Accessories: Candlesticks: World Market. Wood Tray: Lam Bespoke in Houston. Boxwoods: Target. Planter: Hobby Lobby.
Console Table Accessories: Vase: Pottery Barn. Star: Homegoods.
All Picture Frames: Target.
Cream chairs in front of window: Pottery Barn in Sunbrella fabric.
Artwork: Over the TV – TJ Maxx.
Table between cream chairs: Target.
Sofa Table: Home Decorator’s Collection.
Bamboo Shades: Lowe’s.
Lamps: Pottery Barn.
An archway connects the living room to the entry and dining room. The paint color throughout the home is Shark from PPG Paints.
Artwork: Black and White Abstract – High Fashion Home.
Mantel Decor: Candlesticks – Pottery Barn. Vase and Horse: ZGallerie. Mirror: Wayfair.
French chairs are from Wayfair.
This grey living room with vaulted ceiling opens to a white kitchen trough an archway.
The rug from Overstock (Nuloom).
Coffee table, end table, media console: Restoration Hardware.
Coffee Table Accessories: Tray (ZGallerie). Orchid (Target). Vase (High Fashion Home). Bowl (Williams Sonoma Home). Crystal ball (Homegoods).
Pillows are from Lam Bespoke in Houston.
This kitchen has a very functional layout. The island is about 8 feet long.
White cake plate is from Homegoods.
Nothing looks better in a marble countertop than blue and white ginger jars!
Blue Accessories by Cooktop: La Cornue.
Similar Kitchen Island Paint Color: Classic Gray by Benjamin Moore. The cabinet color is a factory finish.
The barstools are from High Fashion Home.
Faucet is by Kohler.
The grey island ties perfectly with the white cabinets. Pendants are from Overstock.
The kitchen countertop is polished white marble.
Farmhouse sink is by Kohler.
The backsplash is a white beveled subway tile.
Cuttings Boards: World Market (big) and Crate and Barrel (rectangular).
Arches are once again used in the space, creating distinction between the kitchen and the nook.
Chandelier is from Overstock.
Chairs are from World Market and table is from Pier 1.
Hurricanes are Pottery Barn.
Blue and White planter: Hobby Lobby.
Painted in Flagstone from PPG Paints, this media room is the perfect place to unwind and watch a good movie after putting the kids to sleep! 🙂
Gold Wall Decor: Target.
Throw: ZGallerie – Oslo throw.
Candle Holders: Target.
I find this color palette very inspiration for any bedroom. It’s neautral without being lifeless.
All bedding: Yves Delorme.
All furniture: Restoration Hardware.
Mirror: World Market.
This bathroom layout creates a sense of intimacy and privacy with a separate shower nook and water closet.
Light Fixtures: Overstock.
Pulls: Home Depot – Martha Stewart brand.
Towels: World Market.
Countertop is polished white marble. Tile is a marble-looking porcelain tile from Arizona Tile.
The back porch features a brick fireplace and stained timber mantel. I love this space. Love it!!!
Sectional is from Houzz.
Checkered Throw: Ikea.
Vase: Pier 1.
Throw Pillows: Hobby Lobby.
Who needs to go anywhere for a vacation with a backyard like that?
Chaises are from Target.
Barstools, Dining Table and Umbrellas: World Market.
The best spot to celebrate any sunny day! 🙂
Wouldn’t it be fun to come here to hear the calming sound of the fountains and the birds? This definitely makes me miss summer!
Planters are from Home Depot.
Blog: Classic Style Home.
There was so much to see and enjoy here, huh? I really love this series. I got to meet so many great people through it and I find it’s wonderful to give the opportunity to these talented homeowners to share their home on the blog. This really brings me joy.
Talking about joy, this week will be really special. I am praying for some good news I have being waiting for quite some time now and we’re also celebrating my husband’s birthday. So, there’s a lot to look forward to! 🙂
Have a Blessed week, my wonderful friends and thank you so much for being here today.
We’ll talk soon!
Luciane at HomeBunch.com
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