26 September 2009

A Reader’s House

 

Many times in the emails I receive, there will be pictures of readers houses – usually fresh from moving in, or a recent remodeling.   Rather than keep the pictures all to myself, I have decided to share them with you in an ongoing series called Readers Houses.   Some of the houses are small and full of wonderful DIY projects and others are larger and look more professionally decorated – both are wonderful in their own way.   Today – the reader’s house  comes from Deerfield, Illinois –  just north of Chicago.   The owners are a builder and his wife who is an interior designer.  The couple sometimes collaborate on projects and their own house is the result of one such partnership.  Their house was a true labor of love  that they both enjoyed creating from the very first blueprint.  The result of all their hard work is truly amazing.    The photography itself is gorgeous which makes the house sing!     I think you will thoroughly enjoy this newest Readers Houses installment!   To see the pictures in their entirety – be sure to open your browser on maximum view – they are B-I-G!

 

foyer

 

The entry hall:  from this paneled space – with its beautiful herringbone wood floors – you can see straight into the living area and on the right, into the dining room.  The house is transitional – slightly contemporary and slightly traditional with a muted, quiet color scheme throughout (except for the children's rooms!)   In the mirror on the right – you can see the banister of the staircase with its glass topped newel post leading upstairs.  Unfortunately, there is no other picture of the stairs.    Let’s take a right first – into the dining room.

 

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The dining room has beautiful wallpaper – all in soft taupe's and whites.  A large mirrored cabinet between the two windows reflects the        crystal chandelier.  Remember – mirrors should always reflect something beautiful!   Notice the ceiling, a soft metallic taupe, the same color as the wallpaper.     The owner used a combination of chairs  - tufted velvet mixed with host Chippendale styled painted wood chairs.   The curtains are a loose weaved fabric that continue the shimmering quality of the room.  What a beautiful dining room – so soothing!

 

 

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Straight off the foyer is the living room.   The mood from the dining room continues here with the soft taupes and accents of black.  Here there is more velvet tufting, with the only pattern found in the silky pillows.   The large seagrass area rug helps to tone the room down from being too dressy – but the overall atmosphere is one of tastefulness and sophistication.    To the right of this room, through the black double doors is the computer room (see pictures below.)   The wall next to the doors is mirrored which makes the entire living area appear larger. 

 

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The view of the living room that faces the left side of the house – here you can see the built in painted black cabinets and the pretty chaise lounge.  The kitchen is through the opening here.  

 

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The kitchen is a large area with an adjoining breakfast area, dominated by a gorgeous built-in cabinet, painted black.  Again, the same soothing feel is found here, but the taupe color is now replaced with white.  Isn’t that built-in gorgeous?   I love the mirrored doors with the faux arches.     The contemporary styled chairs are on one side of the long wood table and a banquette is on the other.   And I love the series of light fixtures over the island – so effective!!!! 

 

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In the kitchen, the right side has no overhead cabinets – instead there is one long series of windows overlooking the back yard.  The sink is incredible – so large it has two faucets!  Amazing!  And I love the open shelving filled with white dishes.   The dark wood flooring helps to warm up the space which could have been too cold looking without it.  

 

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The range is another incredible part of the kitchen.   Whoa.   Pure lust – it’s like a piece of jewelry in the kitchen!!   The countertops are white marble.   This kitchen is truly beautiful!!!

 

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To the right of the living room, there’s a wonderful computer room for the couple and their two daughters.  Beautiful chairs!   Notice how the children's art work has been framed and is placed around the countertop.  Must make the girls so proud!   All the boxes stored with crafts and paperwork are neatly labeled.  Someone who lives here is seriously organized!!!  And extremely neat - the house is spotless.   This room is painted in the same soft taupe of the living room.

 

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The computer room has a beautiful bay window, overlooking the back yard, which is fitted out with a cushion and pillows.   Very pretty fabric shades at the windows.  Such a nice tranquil space for homework and computer surfing.   Wall to wall carpet helps cut down the noise level.

 

 

library In the library, the color scheme changes and gets deeper with a dark blue velvet sofa and dark wood paneling.  But the show stopper here is the fireplace!   What a screen!   It looks like a piece of art itself!!! 

 

 

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In the library two chairs face the velvet sofa.   You may think the blanket is H for Hermes, but it is really H for Hunter, the adorable dog!  Of course there would be an adorable dog in this house, everything else is!

 

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Upstairs, the oldest daughter’s room has a large scaled blue and green wall paper.   I love the chaise in here – perfect for when friends spend the night.   All the upstairs bedrooms have vaulted ceilings. 

 

 

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Daughter #1’s adjoining bathroom has seafoam colored tiles and a charming little make up chair.

 

 

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Daughter #2’s room is more traditional – pink and green with a beautiful French caned headboard and side tables.   She gets a window seat in her room for friends.

 

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The master bedroom also has a large scaled wallpaper, but it is, of course, much more sophisticated than the daughters paper.     A sitting area fills up the space in the large taupe and seafoam colored suite.   Notice the scale of the upholstered headboard – brought up higher than usual so that it can be seen over the euro sized shams.   A beautiful crystal chandelier lights the room, along with sconces instead of lamps.  

 

 

 

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The master bathroom is filled with white marble -  and, as in the kitchen, there is beautiful cabinetry and very gorgeous hardware. 

 

 upstairs

 

And finally – a view of the dormer window on the second floor.  What an interesting vignette and what a beautiful house!  It’s so interesting to see what readers houses look like - they are all so different, yet share one quality – the owners all have a deep love of interior design.  

 

Thank you so much to the homeowner who shared her beautiful house with us today!   If you live in the Deerfield area and are interested in hiring her for interior design work, email me and I’ll pass on your information to her.   And remember – if you have a house you want to share with us online, send me the pictures!  

102 comments:

  1. It is so nice to peep in into readers houses! They feel much more "real" than some images of interior design publicities.
    Love this post Joni!

    Have a nice weekend,
    Greet

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  2. Beautiful home and pictures:thanks for sharing. I love a white kitchen no matter how large.

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  3. I just love this house, and the only thing those wallpapered rooms need is a colour to match on the ceiling! That would look amazing!
    And the kitchen, to die for!
    Maria

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  4. gorgeous, and i'd snap it up in a minute for myself -but- where are the houseplants and flowers?

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  5. I'm looking forward to seeing more reader's homes in this series of yours! This is such an elegant home--love the all white kitchen and master bath! Deborah

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  6. I like everything about that house...except for having the TV in the living room over the mantel. It's way too high for comfortable viewing and really just detracts from the beauty of the room.

    Also, I've got those same sconces in the last photo. Love 'em!

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  7. Love the house tour. How generous of your reader to share her beautiful home. Lots of things to love in this home but that foyer is the best.

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  8. I love your readers home tours! This one, as all the others is just beautiful. I would be hard pressed to pick my favorite thing...okay, it is a tie between the foyer and the poodle...

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  9. Really beautiful it is really nice for readers to share there homes
    Kind Regards
    Karen

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  10. wow, just beautiful, what a lovely home to live in! and the kitchen... wow

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  11. I so like the ground floor of this house, great harmony!

    Thank' s on the 5th element in your last post, I think I guessed your would pick lights.

    Have a good weekend,
    Ingela

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  12. What a beautiful home! I love the touches of black, mixed in with the taupe and white throughout the public rooms. Love the dining room and the chairs in the living room. The bedrooms are gorgeous.

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  13. Serene - perfect combo of yin and yang. Favorite house to date. Only drawback? The kitchen is too starkly white on too starkly dark floors with only one black and white print to bridge the two. Minor thing really. Great site Joni!

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  14. What a great house. I love the colors and the feel of the house. They did an excellent job. Thank you for sharing!

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  15. Great idea for a series - I love getting a peek into beautiful homes.

    Where do you think the library is located? We did not get a view to the other side of the foyer, so my guess is that there is a door at the base of the stairs that leads to the library. This means that the kitchen is probably 'stand alone' - meaning it does not connect to library, just the living room. Looking at the kitchen, there could be a door on the left of the fridge, but I can't tell. Where do you think the garage entry is located?

    So, based on all of this, my guess is that the living room is the family room too. The library probably takes on some of the family room type function too, as there is a tv in there. I much prefer to watch tv in a cozy room, so I think having a library and a living room only is a fine idea.

    I also like that there are not halls downstairs - the living room serves as the passage way. I think this gives more life to a room, when it us used as a passageway.

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  16. Wow, it looks like a show home. I am just hoping they had these pictures staged for both of their businesses because if they really live like this, I live like a pig. I have magazines and books and shoes all over the place.
    I would just love if you would do this all the time because I know people send you so many photos. It really is nice to see how other people live.
    Thank you and please thank these very lucky homeowners for sharing. MB

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  17. Amazing! I would love to share my photos too...can you tell me what email address I send pics to. :) I can't figure out where I would send them...a little tech-challenged! I love love love your blog!!

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  18. I was leaving the house for the morning, but decided to just check in a minute and found myself delightfully distracted from my morning shopping!!

    Beautiful home, Joni! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  19. Beautiful home! Very clean and elegant.

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  20. The kitchen is to die for and I love the muted tones! Have a great weekend, Joni. Thanks for another great post.

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  21. Love that you're doing this! This home is gorgeous! Love that herringbone wood floor! Thanks for sharing!~Cindy~

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  22. This is such a beautiful home. I am in love with the kitchen! Hello gorgeous!

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  23. Oh, how can I take it?! This house comes so close to what I would envision my dream home to be. Classic with a few touches to make it feel fresh and modern...and near a city I love. Do they have enough rooms for my family and I to move in?
    Janell

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  24. * How nice of this design team to share their oustanding work!
    Warmest,
    Linda in AZ *

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  25. WHAT a treat with my coffee! That beautiful dark cabinet lends the perfect note to all the marble and white (which I love).

    The office area is perfect, and as I am sketching mine out right now, I'm stealing ALL of that.

    This should be in your blog, it should be in AD.

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  26. What a beautiful home... love that kitchen..( see, Joni..white marble is still all the rage, you done good!! )

    My sis-in-law would die for the computer room!

    I love the soft muted palette throughout and the gorgeous dark wood floors. The herringbone pattern is wonderful in the entry!

    The ONLY thing that I just can't wrap my head around is the niche for the tv screen over that gorgeous mantle...I would prefer to see a fabulous piece of artwork or a photograph... doesn't anyone use armoires or built ins anymore for these gastly tv's..??? to me..in that room, the tv was the centerpiece...my eyes stopped right there... they did a great job in the kitchen with that gorgeous built in cabinetry... ..

    Oh well.. fanTAStic home otherwise!!!!

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  27. Beautiful! Thanks so much for sharing. Do you think they would share their paint colors?

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  28. Hi Joni! What a wonderful idea of having a Reader's House series. This home is fresh and beautiful, lovey and amazing! What an honor to have our houses feztured in your most sophisticated blog. Hope you have a great weekend! Vanessa

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  29. Beautiful home! What lucky children to have such well thought out bedrooms.

    Your reader's house series is great!!! It is so fun to see into real people's homes instead of just show houses. Another wonderful idea, Joni. You also might want to begin a design blogger's home series (hint,hint).

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  30. Oh I love that dormer window! Magical space.

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  31. Hi Joni! Oh, what a wonderful idea to feature your readers homes! How generous of you! This home is so gorgeous! Love the kitchen, well, I guess I love all the rooms - the entry is gorgeous!
    Hope you have a lovely Texas weekend.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  32. I always love to peak in other peoples homes, just a habit....
    This one is so perfect, only I miss a bit of a lived in factor, I know its all set up for show and tell.
    Great idea to do this Joni!
    As always! Have a fab weekend!
    Can't wait to see more!
    XX
    Victoria

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  33. Oh, those Dark Wood Floors.
    Perfection.

    And .. . another note of Perfection - the scale & shape of the arched windows.

    Lovely husband/wife collaboration!

    Jjjj

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  34. Beautiful!!! I am in love with the kitchen. Looking forward to more Readers Houses!

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  35. Oh I look forward to this new feature of yours. If this house is any indication of things to come....WOW!

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  36. Gorgeous home... especially that kitchen! Oh, it's to die for! I'm returning to my reality now... sigh....

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  37. Love the mirrors and the art, the dining is amazing!

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  38. I think that is the most beautiful kitchen I've seen. I usually dislike two-toned kitchens but this one makes me drool into my keyboard.

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  39. Joni-
    Thank you so much for sharing pictures of my home! It was the biggest thrill to come home and find our labor of love online. Thank you also to your very generous readers for their thoughtful comments. My husband, Barry, and I put so much of ourselves into our work and it is truly amazing to hear that people can really appreciate the thought and effort that go into it. The only difference between how the home in the pictures compares to the reality is that there is normally a huge gang of little girls running through every room and there are about 800 stacks of mail and paper piles that were shoved into drawers. If there are any paint colors or other inquiries, please just let me know. Thank you again Joni. You are an amazing blogger and so very generous with your comments and encouragement. You made my day, week, month... etc.
    Lorri

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  40. I,too, would love to know their paint colors. Still trying to find a neutral that I can love that doesn't look like a builder's white. Lovely, lovely home. Heart that kitchen!

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  41. Joni, This was a fabulous post and thank you to your reader for sharing her wonderful home.

    PLEASE show us more readers' homes. I would like to see them all---large and small, grand and modest.

    Susan

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  42. I too love seeing your readers homes. LOVE the herringbone floors in the entry. Lovely home:)

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  43. The foyer is incredible- Love the herringbone floor and the trimwork is gorgeous. Plus, I have a thing for moravian star lights.
    The kitchen is fantastic. I love the form of the white cabinets and the contrast with the dark built in and floors.
    That blue velvet sofa looks so...well, I want it.

    Joni, it is so fun to see real people's homes and how talented and creative your readers are. Thank you!

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  44. so very pretty! love all of the black, especially the dark floors.

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  45. Oh my goodness...I just drooled all over the place. That home is so gorgeous. I especially loves the kitchen! Wow.

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  46. what a GORGEOUS home!! and what a talented couple!!!! so clean & crips & glam. JUST BEAUTIFUL!!!! and those windows are amazing!!

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  47. This house is just beautiful! I love their computer room, the chairs, the organization, the window seat. Very well done. Thanks for sharing this one! -carlee

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  48. Hi Joni,
    What a beautiful home! I was thrilled to see wallpaper in the bedrooms...I miss seeing it in a home...really cozy ups a room.
    :-) Maybe the reader whose home this is will see your post and will send pics of her gorgeous stairway...we are dying to see it, too!
    Thanks for such beautiful posts...we love you for sharing all this beauty with us!
    Susan

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  49. Gorgeous house. I especially love the floors. I wish I could re-stain mine so dark. The only thing I would change in this house is the ceilings in the wallpapered bedrooms are so expansive that I would paint them a darker shade than the white.

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  50. Wow, what a gorgeous house, looks just like a magazine photo shoot. You have some fancy-schmancy readers! :) Lorri did a fantastic job on this house, just stunning.

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  51. Wow Joni, it's very beautiful! I can't get past the wallpaper in the dining room, it's absolutely stunning! The painted ceiling really perfects the room.

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  52. Well...my house would never look that clean. I tried to take a photo of my entry the other day...lovely 10ft ceilings, mirror, etc...but the explosion of shoes is perpetual (husband and son have size 13 feet)... mail,hats,and other detritus on the console, a large French flag on a pole (well... I love that). Love the shot of the deep dormer window...all the beautiful architectural details.

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  53. The library and the first girl's bedroom are keepers, much of the rest of it looks likes a corporate work space - very cold; I bet one of those parents is a real slave driver.

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  54. Joni, thanks for sharing this beautiful home. Love the finishes and the colors throughout!

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  55. Did you use the pic of the library before? I know that I have seen it some other place, has this house been published?

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  56. Lovely home, would you mind posting the paint color you used in the kitchen cabinetry as well as the study nook? Very elegant & timeless..

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  57. Beautiful Home..so well appointed.
    Would love to know who makes the blue/green wallpaper in her daughters room.
    Thanks for sharing!

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  58. They lost me with the dogs on the Dining Room table. I know I'm picky. I worked all day pulling up carpet so maybe I'm cranky. My fellow employees seem to think I am a cantankerous old sod. My back hurts.... But its a beautiful fall night in DC. You do such good work and I love what you do. Cheers, Homer. :)

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  59. Hope these finish specs are helpful. All the trim in the house (except for the office) is Benjamin Moore China White. The cabinets in the kitchen are China White, too. The office is a custom color that is closest to Benjamin Moore Antique Parchment. The cabinets in the office and all the trim work is also matched to Antique Parchment. My daughter's blue green wallpaper (she'd like me to tell you she picked it out herself) is by Designer's Guild and is called Anichow. The wallpaper in the dining room (that is one of my favorite papers of all time) is Marlowe by Ralph Lauren. My floors are stained with 2 parts Glitzen sable black and 1 part spicy brown (done on a wet floor). Thank you all so much for your very gracious comments. I hope these finishes help with your own projects.
    Best,
    Lorri

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  60. What an amazing home. The pictures are just gorgeous!!! Every room is stunning!

    If you get a chance, stop by my Blog and say hi! I just put up a new post...
    Have a great week,
    Aimee

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  61. Fabulous in every way. I desire a more lived in look but aspire to have such perfection. The kitchen is a show-stopper and the den would be my place to hangout with a scotch & a good design book. Thanks to you both for sharing ~

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  62. there are so many things about this house that i think are perfect.
    there are too many to mention.

    how about this....?
    the only parts of the home that i do not care for are the bedrooms.

    another great post!!

    xx love

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  63. Thanks, Lorri, for giving us the paint,floor finish details. Would love to know more about the deep dormer. Do you have hooks out of sight for elaborate ballgowns? Trish

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  64. Uh oh, it's late and I've just discovered your readers' home tour series...which means I may very well be up all night! ;0)

    Thanks for sharing, this one is beautiful.

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  65. I hurried up. In other words the post is finally up. I tried it in Live Writer for the first time. Loving this series on readers homes. Smiles,LC

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  66. Wow that is some serious eye candy- what an amazing house!! The first thing I noticed was the floors in the first picture, I am in love with them. And then the kitchen, I would DIE to have a kitchen like that, it is just stunning.

    Thanks for sharing and not keeping them all to yourself Joni!!

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  67. Absolutely stunning! That kitchen takes my breath away.

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  68. What's wrong with me? I don't see the fireplace in the picture of the library. It looks like it's off to the right but it isn't in the picture.
    Ann

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  69. The blue velvet sofa is exactly what I want! It's looks like Hickory Chair's Roberts sofa, but please let know about the fabric!

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  70. That dining room took my breath! It is absolutely gorgeous! I said I'd never use wallpaper again, but after seeing that room, I might re-think my position. What a beautiful home these two have created. Thank you and them for sharing it with us. laurie

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  71. everything is perfect ! So chic ! the perfect good taste , for me

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  72. Gorgeous house. I love the kitchen especially the Global Views chairs. One of my favorite vendors.

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  73. That's just BEAUTIFUL! But like I'd send pictures of my house after that one!!!!!!!!!!!
    Love you and your blog!

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  74. That's just BEAUTIFUL! But like I'd send pictures of my house after that one!!!!!!!!!!!
    Love you and your blog!

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  75. Perfection yes but,the design inherent to each room hinges on it's orderliness!!!!!!!!!!!!!How does one get all members of a family on page to keep such an orderly house. One or two items out of place in this home defeat the design. If you enter a beautifully decorated room and the painting hanging on the wall is off kilter your compelled to straighten it-then you step back to check once more that it is as it should be-and if it is just right the room is now as it should be. If not it will bother you-day in and day out.

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  76. It is the Hickory Chair Roberts sofa- great call!! The fabric is by Schumacher and was discontinued but there is a similar one by Rodolph called Kings Ransom II in Midnight Star that would be a good substitute. Also, I wish I could tell you that I have loads of fabulous ballgowns that are hanging on either side of the dormer window. But the truth is that what you can't see in the picture are tons of dolls and books that my daughters use to make elaborate set ups in what we call "Doll Land". Oh well... maybe one day!
    Lorri

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  77. Beautiful!~ I love how clean and open and airy everything is...just one suggestion would to paint the ceilings a couple of shades lighter than the background shade in wallpapers so the ceilings don't looks so stark. My favorite is the blue velvet sofa, I couldn't wait to get home and curl up with my design mags on that any night...!

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  78. Boy, she leaves most blogger/decorators in the dust.

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  79. See? You don't have to pick between "masculine" and "feminine."

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  80. Absolutely beautiful.

    It actually pains me to look at this and have it not be mine. This couple has wonderful, classic, timeless taste!

    Thanks for sharing!

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  81. I keep thinking I will not do another all white kitchen and then I see something like this one and fall in love with the look all over again.

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  82. Joni,
    I love this house and your blog!!! Could you tell me where the dining room table is from? maria@mebeck.com
    Thanks,
    Maria

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  83. Very beautiful and serene. I just love the office/computer room ~ what a great idea! My only complaint is this: from what I can see of the garden through the windows is that there isn't one! Just lots of fence, grass and a few small trees. Are the owners planning to plant a garden as lovely as the inside of their house? Let's hope so!

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  84. This is a gorgeous home...there are so many lovely elements, but one of my faves are the herringbone wood floors...stunning.

    Thanks Joni!
    xx

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  85. Joni,

    Thank you so much for posting the photos of this stunning home. I live 10 miles away from Deerfield in Lake Bluff IL. I am starting to look at designers and builders for a rather large renovation project. Could you provide the designers contact info as well as the builder? This house is keeping me up at night. I just love it!

    Thanks!

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  86. This house is beyond gorgeous!! It's everything I would ever want and more!! Fabulous job decorating it! Also, thanks for sharing the colors and wallpaper!

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  87. Hi Anonymous-
    My husband is the builder of this home and we work together. We take a lot of pride in providing a design/build product that exceeds the expectations of our clients. His company is Oxford Development and you can contact my husband (Barry) at 847-924-3494. He's terrific and I know he'll be able to answer any questions you have about our process. You can also check out our website in progress at Oxforddev.com.
    Best of luck,
    Lorri

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  88. hi -
    Wondering if you would be willing to share where you purchased your beautiful light fixtures in the kitchen as well as the dining room. They are beautiful!

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  89. Hi-
    The lights in the kitchen are the Hicks Pendants from Circa Lighting and the dining room fixture is an antique.
    Lorri

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  90. Thank you so much for the information on the lighting. It's just beautiful!!!

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  94. oh, love house tours and this one doesn't disappoint. What a kitchen! Janell

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  95. Love your house. Who makes the kitchen sink? Also who makes the master bath sink legs/stand? Beautiful work!

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  96. I must have that sink! Can you please tell me who make it?

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