Sunday, December 13, 2015

There is no place like Home for the Holidays!

Oh! There's no place like home for the holidays,
'Cause no matter how far away you roam,
When you pine for the sunshine of a friendly gaze,
For the holidays you can't beat home sweet home!

And roam we did through all 15,000 square feet of
The home designed by architects 
William Harrison, Franky Heerey and Steve Markay,
 was built by Sheehan Built Homes,
 to resemble Scotland’s Stonefield Castle. 

Join me now and come have a look inside. Is this not 
a beautiful front entrance?! Step into the foyer!

I have a lot of pictures to show you, 
so be patient, they may take awhile 
to load. But it will definitely be worth it! 

I loved this dining room. The pink chair seats are a bit
shocking, but they are growing on me! 

Come into the living room. A perfect place to sit and
listen to someone tickle the ivories and sing
Christmas Carols. 
It is the place where the party animals hang out!

Close by is the kitchen. It is quite dramatic with 
the black cabinets. 
Perfect for entertaining.

Right off the kitchen is the outdoor porch. It has a 
fireplace, sitting area and dining area. Ideal for our
Southern nights!

Coming out of the kitchen is the family room. 
Teal grasscloth on the walls with faux malachite trim, made 
me feel like I had stepped back to the 90's. Still a very pretty room.

I might even learn to love doing
laundry, in a room like this one! 

Also on the lower level is the man's study. 
After you pass through the study, you 
enter the Master Suite. 

I must say that this was my favorite area 
of the Holiday House.

This was the drapery fabric in the  master bedroom.
This seemed to be a hit with all of the bloggers. 
Several included the close up picture in their posts.

Such a beautiful master bath! 

There is still a lot more of this house to see. 
So this master bedroom sitting area looks 
like a good place to stop and have a break. 

We will continue our tour in Part 2! 

source: Design Indulgence, Domestic Charm, Kandrac & Kole, Southern Hospitality, StyleBlueprint

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