I’m back with Christmas at Callanwolde, Part 3 and I know you’ll enjoy the finale of this beautiful Tudor mansion Christmas tour. If you missed Part 1 and Part 2, there is so much to see, so go back and check those out as well.
We are going up the stairs on the Grand Staircase and grand it certainly is.
This is where the Aolian organ sounds that are so beautiful come from.
Looking down the Grand Staircase.
And upstairs to the 2nd level.
The landing on the Grand Staircase was beautifully done too. All those stained glass windows were just stunning.
Upstairs, one of the trees in a guestroom was so pretty.
Pretty colors and soft palette.
Sitting area in guestroom
Trees are abundant at Callanwolde for Christmas.
Here’s the large Master suite.
The designer opted to place the bed in the window.
Fireplace in the master.
Sitting room in the master.
Another angle of the sitting area.
The Master Christmas tree.
One area that I really enjoyed seeing was the master bathroom. Even for a house built in 1910, it was very spacious and I loved the original tile that is still there. That vintage aqua blue is so in trend again.
Look how pretty this window is. It had it’s own tree too.
The pretty blue tile was in surprisingly good shape.
The border tile in the Master Bath.
Master Sink. I should have remembered to take a pic of the shower. It had all exposed pipes for a hot shower back then, which was pretty cool.
Master dressing room closet.
A present tree in the hallway upstairs.
And a final tree in the Petite Hall upstairs.
What a tour, don’t you think? I hope you enjoyed every single picture of this Christmas at Callanwolde tour and again, if you have never been, please put it on your list of things to do during the Holidays next year. I thoroughly enjoyed our tour and am very grateful for the opportunity to see it in person and to share it all with you.
Designers on this tour:
Grand Staircase Landing: Robert Grayson, ASID; Andrew Harris, ASID, Grayson-Harris Interiors & Design
Bedroom: Julie Witzel, ASID, J. Witzel Interior Design
Master Bedroom: Loren Audrey Taylor, Anna Abrams Design
Guestroom: Kathryn Leach, Leach Associates, inc.
Merry Christmas, my friends!
I have several more home tours for this week, so you are going to get an explosion of Christmas decorating tours all week long, from friends, family and neighbors around the area. You are going to love them all!
The enchanted home says
Wow all sooo beautiful…love seeing the sprinkling of greenery throughout even in that bathroom, all the trees are fabulous and love that present tree!~
So enjoyable and thank you for sharing all the beautiful sites.
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I enjoyed the tour. Thanks for sharing it with us. Love the present tree and may have to make one of them myself.
My best- Diane
Hi Rhoda and Diane
I loved the present tree too. If you make one, please ask Rhoda to post photos of it.
Richella @ Imparting Grace says
Oh! Those windows in the first photograph! Could they be any more beautiful?
What a wonderful tour! You could be an amazing tour guide, you know? Your enthusiasm for places out and about in the South is contagious.
Thought about you the other day as I was using Knorr’s stock product–I keep those in my pantry now, and I’m never disappointed in how good they are. 🙂
Thanks so much for sharing this beautiful old mansion with us, Rhoda! Last week I went with 4 other friends and toured the Nemours Mansion in Wilmington, De. and it was spectacular BUT they didn’t allow ANY pictures!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I had to leave my camera at the coat room:(:( Was your tour free or do you buy tickets? I will check Part 1 cause I missed that post. XO, Pinky
You saved the best for last! Absolutely gorgeous – thanks for sharing with us.