Back with Part 2 of the Serenbe HGTV Green Home that will be given away to one lucky person this year. Wouldn’t that be nice?
If you missed Part 1, you can catch it here.
I know many of you said that this modern style is not your cup of tea, but I can appreciate all different designs and I enjoyed touring this house very much. It might not be my personal style either, but it was fun to visit in person.
Exterior, modern and contemporary with stone base.
Heading upstairs to the other bedrooms, one of the neat features is the open staircase and windows.
Upper staircase is floating.
A whimsical light fixture hangs in the large stairwell. I’m not sure if this was an improvised fixture or was purchased exactly like that, but I have to say it was unique. I’m a little more of a traditional girl when it comes to lighting.
One of the guestrooms
Chevron fabric in gray and white.
I do like that red painted cabinet.
And those botanical are pretty cool too.
This wrapped mirror in the hallway was made from recyled metal, I heard.
In the hallway upstairs, is a long counter especially for crafting. Great place for kids to do homework or draw and paint.
The laundryroom was pretty with the penny tile on the walls. Penny tile is definitely a hot new trend now. Have you seen it yet? It’s about the size of a penny.
Organized and pretty.
This was a really neat bunkroom too and I loved the colors in here.
Perfect place for kids to hang out.
Greens and grays, pretty colors.
I do like that floor lamp too.
Nautical rope lamp was cute.
Bulldog artwork in between the twin headboards upholstered in chevron.
Mix of fabrics.
Another view of the staircase coming up going into the guestroom.
Upstairs bathroom was sleek and stylish.
More tile and concrete counters with shells in here as well as the kitchen. I do love the trend of putting tile on one wall in a bathroom and just might try something like this in my house.
Liked the tall shower curtain in here too, all the way to the ceiling.
View of the railing with wires in between.
Exterior shot from one of the floors above.
All in all, a very stylish house that I thoroughly enjoyed visiting.
We all have our own styles and what we are comfortable living with and that’s what makes the world go round. I’m sure whoever wins this house will be smiling really big!
My friend, Lynn, who owns that beautiful beach house I shared with you, is having a fantastic multi-family yardsale at her Historic Marietta home on Saturday morning (that’s tomorrow!) from 9-5 pm. Furniture, antiques, home decor, rugs, some young adult clothing, something for everyone!
McDonald Street off Whitlock Avenue, near the Marietta Square. Don’t miss it! I hope to make it by early, since I have my painting party. But don’t go too early, she won’t be ready.Powered by Sidelines