Exquisitely renovated by Alisberg Parker Architects, this Georgian colonial features classic interiors with a transitional twist that certainly feel fresh to the eyes.
Beautiful paint colors mix with luxurious fabrics and plenty of textures. The color palette surely plays an important factor in this home, where every room seems to carry its own personality and inspiration.
The completely renovated kitchen is a showstopper and probably my favorite space in this house. Take a good look and let me know which one is yours!
Classic Georgian Colonial with Transitional Interiors
This classically traditional foyer feels fresh with this soothing paint color. Notice the original wide plank floors.
“Benjamin Moore HC-147 Woodlawn Blue”
Formal Living Room
I love the chic feel of this living room. It’s elegant and unexpected.
Inspiring color palette.
A paneled fireplace is located on the other side of the living room.
The library is a place where you’d want to spend some quiet time with a good book. Fabulous paneled walls.
I knew I had to share this home with you after I saw this kitchen. I find it to be very cozy and inviting. It’s truly beautifully designed, but more than that, it’s a place where you can picture yourself cooking and sharing good moments with your family.
The kitchen features creamy white cabinets paired with white marble countertop and white linear tiled backsplash flanking stainless steel, dome hood over Wolf Range.
Globe glass pendants hang over butcher block island with sink and satin nickel gooseneck faucet lined with Tolix Barstools.
Pendants are the “Sorenson 18 Lantern by Remains Lighting”.
Isn’t this an amazing breakfast room? Painting the windows change the entire feel of this space.
The custom L shaped banquette double as window seat. Notice the trestle dining table and blue, square back, dining chairs.
The family room is anchored by smartly designed, glass-front china cabinets.
A sophisticated family room is conveniently located by the kitchen.
Family Room Decor
A large rug assures soft comfort and warmth to this large family room. Notice also the lighting and the navy grasscloth wallpaper.
This cozy seating area boasts gray blue paint (“Benjamin Moore HC-147 Woodlawn Blue” ) on upper walls and stacked wainscoting on lower walls.
Linen, wingback settee adorned with green velvet pillows and chocolate brown pillows face each other across from round, metal, footed, coffee table atop geometric jute rug.
This dreamy walk-in closet boasts “Small Hicks Pendants” illuminating wood topped closet island with drawers. Custom floor to ceiling built-ins store clothes and shoes flanked by built-in window seats. Don’t we all deserve a closet like that?
The master bathroom features greige paint on upper walls and marble tiles on lower walls accented with marble pencil rail framing.
The “Visual Comfort Lighting George II Chandelier” illuminates freestanding bathtub paired with polished chrome chair with blue velvet tufted cushion.
Popular Greige Paint Color
“Benjamin Moore HC-172 Revere Pewter”
A classic marble shower never goes out of style.
The mud room features custom cabinetry with individual lockers and a durable herringbone tile floor.
The Superbowl just ended and I have to say that I think it was pretty exciting. I won’t pretend I know anything about football because I really don’t, but seeing how passionate and unpredictable this game was, I have to say that even I felt nervous… what a game! What a game!
Talking more about that, did you guys liked seeing Katy Perry at the halftime show? I think she was amazing… I can just imagine how she felt while “flying” and seeing that stadium full… all the lights, all the fireworks. I am sure that was very special for her as well.
Talking about “special”, make sure to take this brand new week to do something that makes you feel special! Pamper yourself a little, take some time for yourself or talk to someone who knows how to make you feel happy and loved.
Keep yourself in mind this week and remember how important you truly are.
Have a Blessed week, my friends!
Luciane at HomeBunch.com
Sources: Alisberg Parker Architects.
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