Home Bunch - Interior Design Ideas

This well designed home is the kind of place that won’t get out of your mind easily. The owner, Angie Gren is an interior designer and her stunning home was featured on “Cote de Texas” not too long ago. I spent a good amount of time just looking at the designs and the beautiful furnishings and accessories Angie chose for her home. Everything was truly well chosen and well designed, without exceptions.

According to Cote de Texas, Angie Gren’s house is located in Frankenmuth, Michigan and it was built several years ago. They felt inspired by the 1930s and 1940s English styled houses from California, where Angie and her husband used to live.

I hope you love this tour as much as I did!

Side View

Lovely grey shutters.


So charming!


Don’t you feel welcomed as soon you “enter” this home? The dark wood flooring and dark oil rubbed hardware contrasts with the custom creamy white walls and furnishings.

Fortuny Light from Paris. Custom farm table. Quatrine Dining chairs.


The staircase leads to the second floor. The frames display family pictures and I don’ think there’s anything better you can display on your walls.

Powder Room

I simply love the floors and the sink!


The main hall is a place you don’t really want to walk through, it’s a place you want to stop and take a look at everything.

Pottery Barn baskets. Swedish Clock from Lone Ranger Antiques.


I can’t get enough of this bench from “Lone Ranger”.


Notice how great is Angie’s attention to detail. Vintage French Bakers Rack from La Belle Maison in Ann Arbor.


Superb taste is found throughout this living room. I love the slipcovered sofas.


I really like the contrast of the leather ottoman with the sofas and pillows.
Custom Ottoman from Rachel Ashwell NYC. Sofas from Mitchell Gold. Pillow fabric from Barclay Butera. Swedish Cabinets from Lone Ranger Antiques.
Breakfast Area
This breakfast area is very unique with its built-in and TV.
Wicker chairs from Mainly Baskets. Table, slipped chairs and bench are from Ashwell Sabby Chic Couture.
Wouldn’t it be nice to have your meal here?
The open feel to the kitchen.
This beautiful kitchen was inspired by “Something’s Gotta Give”
The open island was modeled after a Swedish work table. The countertop is honed black granite and light fixtures by Visual Comfort.
A nice view of the sink and two dishwashers.
Countertops are Carrara marble, beadboard backsplashes, cabinets were custom made on site and painted with White Dove by Benjamin Moore.
This girl does it all! Angie used to be a chef, before becoming an interior designer.
Stunning farmhouse sink.
Be Collected
Shelves are filled with vintage Blue Onion Dishes.
The charming French clock is from Maison Midi in L.A.
To the Pantry
The hallway leads to the butler pantry.
Stunning butler pantry with marble countertops and beadboard walls.
I’m in love with this teapot the homeowner bought in Paris. The vintage dresser is from “Pom Pom in L.A.
Master Bedroom
Very charming.
This built-in keeps everything organized in the master bedroom. Beautiful chair by Ralph Lauren.
I love this seating area in the master bedroom.
Master Bathroom
Gorgeous inherited French mirrors. Vanity is from Waterworks.
The playroom has practical slipcovered furniture.
A small bed is perfect for nap-time. The vintage posters are from Paris.
Little One
Have you seen a nursery with a “Fortuny” light before? Simply amazing.
Not your “average” stairs to the basement.

Beautiful stools from Restoration Hardware and an antique Swedish mirror are found at the bottom of the stairs.

Is there anything missing in this house? I mean, isn’t it done to perfection? I love every room, every detail of this beautiful and so well designed home. I hope you’ve enjoyed it also.

I want to thank all of you for the huge support you gave me on Friday. You have no idea how much your comments and kind words helped me to feel stronger. I even told my grandmother about sharing this here and she felt happy because she knew that many people would be praying for her. I thank you all for always being so supportive.

Did you enjoy your weekend? We went bowling yesterday. It was incredibly fun and even Matthew seemed to enjoy it! He kept looking everywhere!

Have a wonderful week and thank you for stopping by!

Luciane at HomeBunch.com

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Source: Cote de Texas and Angie Gren.

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14 Comments to 'Well Designed Home By Angie Gren'

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  1. great to hear from you, Luciane! beautiful house! love especially the kiotchen area. Happy new week and big hug to you

  2. Manderley said,

    Ohh Luciane, this house is beautiful, a dream! It’s elegant, comfortable, cool. Gorgeous!!
    Thanks for your words in my blog about my mother, and my english it’s very bad, almost like your Spanish hahaha

    Kisses darling

  3. Gorgeous home and that kitchen is to die for. I could be very comfortable there.


  4. This is a beautiful house with lots of decorating ideas. Thanks for the sources.

  5. I was pinning before I even got to the bottom!!!

  6. Kathy said,

    Ok this is my favorite EVER!!!!!! I love you Luciane for finding this!

  7. Absolutely gorgeous…nothing I don’t love here. So well done! Hope all is going well with your grandmother Luciane!

  8. Lana Waller said,

    Love this home and everything in it. It is beautiful. Thank you for sharing.

  9. Karen said,

    Love this house. The additional images really show the charm and comfortable warmth of the rooms. Is it just me…shouldn’t the raw wood at the entry be painted a color from the tri-color paint selections out front? Still, so pretty. Thanks for the in-depth tour.

  10. Mercedes said,

    Amazing house!! I love it. thanks for share!!

  11. Kirsten said,

    This house is right up my alley! There are so many beautiful elements. The living room is great. I was thinking about doing a sofa with left arm chaise facing the entertainment wall, 2 arm chairs angled on each ‘side’ of the fireplace, and a chaise lounge opposite them with a coffee table or tufted ottoman in the center. this way, when you walk in from the front door there is a clear view of the fireplace and stone wall. I hope this is making sense to you. I am so glad I went to see the Soho. UGH. It was really not what I thought it would be! If you would like me to send you a drawing of the layout I am thinking, let me know, I will see if I can scan and email it to you! THANKS!!! XOXO

  12. Isabella said,

    My friend is friends with Angie. Beautiful home!

  13. Andrea said,

    Your home is so warm and organized. It is such an inspiration! Thank you for sharing!

  14. Bonnie Biles said,

    Your home is beautiful. Would your be willing to share the paint colors thoughout the house.I am tryinhg to decide on using BM white dove or simply white. What colors are the walls in the kitchen? Thank yo u.

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