COTE DE TEXAS: Fabulous Home in House Beautiful

Fabulous Home in House Beautiful

 

 

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Occasionally I get asked to preview an upcoming issue of a design magazine – which I love to do, because I get these huge, beautiful photographs (by Simon Watson) to share.  But sometimes the house isn’t what I think you will love – so I have to pass on it.  This time though – the house shown in the new June issue of House Beautiful is gorgeous and there is no way I could not show it to you! 

The cover story house is in Nashville, Tennessee – although its design was inspired by France, England, Belgium and a touch of Dutch via Pennsylvania.  The owner is designer Jeannette Whitson, who though not formally trained, decorated it all herself  (hear that ASID?)  I have a funny feeling Jeanette is going to be a very busy lady once people see her talent. 

Here’s her take on the house’s style:  “Think an Englishman who’s come to America, married a Pennsylvania Dutch woman and has a French mistress on the side in Charleston” – and yes, I can see all those influences in her house – save for the infidelity on the poor Pennsylvania Dutch woman.   This is Nashville?

The house is surrounded by gardens – and each door is located off one – some of which are private, like the front entrance.  In the living room – a wall of French doors open to the terrace at the back of the U-shaped house.

The house is filled with the antiques Jeanette has collected over the years – along with pieces she picks up in Europe for her business, Garden Variety Design.  It’s a layered look, not heavily edited, which I love.  There are so many ideas to pick up from her rooms – she loves to bring pieces inside that are designed for the outside.  I am totally hooked on her aesthetic and I hope you will be too!!

 

 

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The staircase – here you can see the Pennsylvania Dutch influence  -  which resembles a renovated barn.   The woodwork and railing are just amazing.  Love the lanterns on the walls.

 

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The living room is painted in Farrow and Ball’s Pavilion Gray.   The back wall of French doors open to the terrace – which becomes a vanishing threshold.  I wonder if Jeannette reads Tara Dillard’s blog “Garden and Home”  where Tara writes extensively about vanishing thresholds?

 

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From Jeanette’s web site – you can see the Vanishing Threshold – from the living room to the terrace.  The pavers are reclaimed limestone from English sidewalks.

 

 

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Above the fieldstone fireplace (isn’t it gorgeous?) is a painting – that hangs on a panel which folds back completely to reveal the flatscreen.  Great idea! 

 

 

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The kitchen is a combination of English styled cabinetry and a French bakery aesthetic with its white subway tiles and brass and glass shelves, LaCanche range and Calacutta Ora marble.  The walls of subway tiles are luscious.  The lantern is antique and is so beautiful.   Through the door is the butler’s pantry with linen skirt details. 

 

 

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A close up of the kitchen – notice the sink in the island.  The brass fixtures are not sealed which allows them to patina like this. To die for!

 

 

From her Facebook page, I found this picture of her butler’s pantry – with the stone sink she imports from Europe.  Soapstone counters and backsplash – and notice another gorgeous brass faucet with patina!!!

 

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Each door opens to a garden.  Here the vegetable garden is off the kitchen door.

 

 

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The library is painted in Farrow Ball’s Hague Blue.  The silk velvet is matched to the wall   color.  The ceiling is done in Michael Smith Jaspar fabric – which I LOVE!!!   Beautiful antique tapestries make up the pillows.  The teenagers use this room to watch movies in. 

 

 

 

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The master bedroom has windows on three sides that overlook the gardens and a terrace.  Wall to wall textured rug and wonderful printed curtains.  I love the antique textile used as a coverlet.  The mirror is placed between two windows – which is a great look.  Just beautiful. 

 

 

I can only show five photos from the magazine story, but I was lucky to find a few more on her Facebook page – so its cheating just a little bit!!  I would LOVE to show all the photographs from the story – it was so hard to decide which five to show.

 

 

 

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Here is the garden off the front entry – styled for a photoshoot with some of the antiques bought for Jeannette’s business:   Garden Variety Design.   The objects – bought in France and Belgium and England are available for sale on 1st Dibs  HERE  – OR at Belle Meade Shoppes, below.  I love what she picked and how she styles everything.  Be sure to visit her web site – you can access it from 1st Dibs.

 

 

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Garden Variety Design – the European antiques are available at Belle Meade Shoppes in Nashville   -  directions and times HERE

 

 

I love this set of Napoleon III upholstered furniture she bought. 

 

 

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And here is how she upholstered them – leaving the backs deconstructed.

 

 

She bought lots of sunburst mirrors and lights.

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

This urn is in the 1st Dibs shop – great idea to put it in the fireplace!!

 

 

Need a trough sink like the one her Butler’s Pantry – she  bought a bunch of them.

 

 

Framed French Botanicals or Herbieres from 1892

 

Her herbiers are the best.  Love the way she frames them!

 

 

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Fabulous statue and tapestry.

 

 

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Love these on a console inside.

 

 

 

And she bought tons of frames!  Love this look for a mantel.

 

 

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The June issue of House Beautiful goes on sale May 28. 

 

 

 

139 comments :

  1. Fabulous...just fabulous...can I say fabulous again? This post just made my day! Thanks Joni!

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  2. WoW what a treat! Such a gorgeous home, can't wait to get my magazine! Do you know what fabric she used in the bedroom? Her gardens are to die for and those reclaimed pavers! I would love to see how that panel works and what size tv she shas, so clever. Have a lovely Memorial Day weekend.

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    1. no! i love it though. it might be in the references in the back of the magazine.

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  3. Love the Jeannette Whitson Vanishing Threshold.

    Girl's got it. In spades.

    Agreed about ASID and you must include Landscape Architects too. Miss Whitson is a master of both.

    Garden & Be Well, XO Tara

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    1. Yes Tara Dillard was exactly my reference for a Vanishing Threshold!! I've been following and reading about yher for years and when I first read that term by her I thought "that's EXACTLY what I Love!" Thank you for my inspiration!

      Best, Jeannette

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  4. amazing kitchen, isn't it, joni. it made me realize that what I long for is a kitchen that looks and lives like any other room in the house.

    enjoyed this preview so much. donna

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  5. Love, love, LOVE! Will definitely pick up this issue!

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  6. Stunning!!!! Makes me want to redo!!!!!!!!!! xo Leslie

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  7. Lots of Money + Talent= Stunning! Having the Money doesn't always guarantee a great result....gotta have the talent. Gorgeous Home!!

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  8. All the white is breathtaking. All you can do is sigh and wish you were there. The blue is a little too blue.

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  9. Received my copy in the mail yesterday. Stayed up late staring at her house. Loved it!! My absolute favorite room is the library! The wallpaper on the ceiling is so good!! I want it. I also loved the butlers pantry and mud room. Those sinks, faucets and skirts!

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  10. Can I just say lucky teenagers - that library is fab-u-lous!!

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  11. Maybe my favorite house EVER! Thanks so much for sharing the preview. I would also love to know the fabric on bedroom windows...maybe they will mention that in the article. If not, do you have any ideas?

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  12. Wood siding and cedar shake roof do not a French/Belgian house make nor throwing in a Penn. Dutch stair rail. Having said that, I do love the kitchen and butler's pantry and the gardens which make this home special. There is nothing architecturally French or Belgian inside the house - only design elements used but not built into the structure. Perhaps you failed to show a room or two where this is not the case. From the gardens in the back, it looks like a Cape Cod style home.

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  13. Fabulous...Love the kitchen...and I want that lantern!

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  14. Beautiful home; love the kitchen fixtures and always love Lacanche, as well as her sense of whimsy. Not to mention the beautiful blue library...

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  15. Wow- the lantern, the gardens, the blue library, the kitchen hood...I want more, more, more! Absolutely stunning!

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  16. Hi Joni,
    This is one one of the best homes I ever seen.Great lesson in indoor outdoor design.Super talented lady.

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  17. Wonderful! I have already seen this issue for sale in San Antonio just a few days ago! Can't wait to get my issue in the mail. Have you noticed all the magazines are in stores before your subscription arrives?? It used to be the opposite, if you subscribed you got the first look! It drives me a little crazy since I have to wait to get mine in the mail!

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    1. half the time you go ahead and by the magazine anyway = so they make double money. but the money made for magazines is in the ads anyway.

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  18. As much as I love my coffee . . . I love a post from you even more. XOXO!! Amanda

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  19. Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous! Beautiful interiors and gardens are so inspiring! Joni, your blog is the BEST! You include such wonderful photos and you go into such interesting detail punctuated by your unique wit! I, too, would like to see how the tv panel operates. You have to remove the painting every time you want to see the tv screen? Or am I missing something? Can't imagine who would go through that hassle...

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    1. no!!!! the painting stays and go hiding in the panel too. don't know how but thats the way it does.

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  20. OK, that house took my breath away!
    My absolute favorite to date!
    Incredible kitchen. Love everything so much!
    Can't wait for my issue to arrive!
    My dream home!!!!

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  21. My House Beautiful arrived yesterday. Your story about this house is MUCH prettier and more interesting that the one in the magazine. They need you as an editor Joni. I would not have recognized the house from the photos you have shown which are a better representation of the house I think.

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    1. I agree totally! You blog is more visually delightful thank the HB article!

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    2. aw shucks. y'all come on!!!

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  22. Love her kitchen and I would love a lantern like that!

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  23. Fabulous - looking forward to seeing the rest when my issue comes!

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  24. My heart was beating so hard over these photos! She has absolutely GREAT taste and vision. I just subscribe to HB last month and can't wait till this issue arrives in the mail.

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    1. One more thing, I would have used "Friese wijtes" dutch tiles in the kitchen instead of subway tiles. The subway tile does look classic, but if she had used real dutch tiles, the kitchen would be even more beautiful.

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  25. Her home is absolutely beautiful! Stunning!
    Thanks, Patty

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  26. I just received HB in the mail yesterday and spent the most time pouring over this house. That peacock blue room and couch really deserved the cover! I then read the rest of the issue and fired off a letter to the ed. of HB pointing out that HB is falling victim to the horrible trend of dark shadows in photography. I have cancelled my Elle Decor subscription because of these stupid 'emotive' photos that set a mood but eradicate design details. I pointed out specifically "murky images on page 70, dark blotches throughout "French Flair" and the 0h-so-frustrating-to-decipher two top photos on page 112". Joni, what is your opinion on this subject. I am sooo OVER IT! Thanks, Joy

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    1. hmmm - hadn't notice that
      but in veranda the pictures are all blown out white - ala pam pierce's house. ill look at the magazine when i get it.

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  27. Oh my gosh... cannot wait to get my HB issue in the mail! These pictures are gorgeous! True design talent is a gift & cannot be taught (only the fundamentals can), & Jeanette certainly has it! I have to disagree with Elena - I love the subway tiles much better than the dutch tiles for this kitchen. I think it would have been too busy with the dutch tiles. The house is just perfect "as is"!
    Kat

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  28. Thanks for the great post. Beautiful rooms. Obviously the TV room was inspired by Pauline Rothschild's library at the chateau in the French
    countryside. This version is even better. Both elegant and comfortable!
    Marion

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  29. Love, love, love. I wish my issue would hurry up and come in the mail. My favorite houses always seem to be done by someone with great affinity for their gardens.

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  30. Lovely! Re: the last photo, this is something I struggle with...My question is whether to cover up our beautiful wide old window trims to get this drapery look or find a way to do both. Have you seen any examples where the draperies were set back off of the window trims so that they are featured and not so hidden? Thanks!

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  31. I got my HB this morning in the mail. The blue library is incredible. Just a fabulous color. I actually loved all the houses in the issue. So good to see some color

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  32. Beautiful home. I think my favorite details are the birds on the range backsplash. I imagine them ready to meet their fate in a boiling pot... She must have a fabulous sense of humor! I think the design world needs more of that.

    Thanks, Joni, for sharing this.
    Catherine

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  33. Your post made me weak! can't wait to get my HB issue. Great work Joni + Jeannette + Simon. xxpeggybraswelldesign.com

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  34. I got my HB earlier this week. I'm so glad you featured this house. You have such an amazing eye for detail. Many things that I didn't notice flipping through myself.

    Have a fabulous holiday weekend!

    Maureen

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  35. Beautiful home....I love Tara Dillard's coinages, Vanishing Threshhold, Poverty Cycle etc...very useful concepts....

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  36. Wow - I received my copy of this June issue yesterday and I am in Sydney. I get it delivered to where I work and since it was 4pm on Friday afternoon when it arrived I didn't want to open it but savour it to read next week. Looks like I'm in for a treat. I love beautiful, atmospheric, eclectic homes like these.

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  37. Got it today and this house instantly caught my eye ....it's beautiful!

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  38. this home is really wonderful I actually feel like living goes on inside these walls and outside too. OMG the kitchen garden
    and the butler's pantry with that sink and the tarnished brass in kitchen and then the leather Chesterfield sofa.... truly
    stunning!

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  39. Lots of things to love about this house (gardens, kitchen) and great ideas (wallpapered library ceiling, printed curtains which "make" the bedroom).

    From what I can see of the TV camouflage panel, the left side swings out to the left (see hinges on left side), the right two portions come forward like a V and then swing out to the right. This would allow the painting to remain on the right portion, but you would have to move all the little books/ornaments off the mantel every time you wanted to watch TV. I suspect these books/ornaments were only added for the photos and are not there in real life.

    If I were to critique/tweak a few things, I'd re-do the living room cabinetry (too many little cubby holes requiring too many small, cluttery pieces). There is an overkill of architectural detail in the stairwell (barn beams, multiple/multi-paned windows, wall panelling, beadboard ceiling). The lines become much cleaner if you eliminate the barn beams (cover them up with your fingers in the photo). Or if you keep the barn beams, reduce some of the other architectural detailing in the stairwell (simpler windows, etc.). I'd get rid of the upside down dead birds in the kitchen and whatever the dead thing is hanging in the butler's pantry (I don't get the dead animal decorations; they just look freaky to me). The mirror in the bedroom is too wide to go between the windows (curtains cover the frame sides). However, if kept, I'd raise it a few inches ( align the bottom/top of the mirror frame with the bottom/top of the window frame).

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    1. Your third paragraph, Anon, sums up my thoughts as well. While Joni does in fact suggest that this is a French/Belgian house meets Penn.Dutch, the effect is dizzying. I agree with all of your points and would have commented on the birds had I been sure that I identified them correctly - bazaar indeed. The mirror while not overwhelming would look so much better with more reveal and elevated. While I really like the drama of the library, its depth of color and design does not flow with the rest of the house which has been done in light and muted tones reflecting a mood of calm.

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    2. Gee, I must disagree. Re: the mirror, One thing I've read over and over is if you want design to be interesting it is more effective NOT to align things, that way your eye doesn't land on a rigid, static line. To me it's much more interesting to the eye that its slightly lower and I like that its slightly covered by the curtains--so much less predictable. Re the living room "cubbies". Actually if you look carefully you will see they are shelves, not cubbies. The angle of the picture just makes them appear like cubbies. Re the birds. Yeah, they are an oddity but I think they are weirdly cool and add more uniqueness to both the kitchen and pantry. Don't know if I'd have the guts to do it, but love it. The staircase is breathtaking. I wouldn't change a thing. Different strokes for different folks! As my friend says, that's why they make vanilla AND chocolate! Best, Beth C.

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    3. Re Anon May 25, 2013 8:30 a.m.
      I think you meant that you think the birds are bizarre, although, perhaps, they may have been purchased at a bazaar.
      Sheila

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    4. It seems clear to me that the idea was to convey that the birds are bazaar. How could one interpret it differently?

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    5. No, birds are not and never will be "bazaar". That's because "bazaar" is not and never will be an adjective. The birds may be "bizarre", in some opinions. Anons, please consult your dictionary for the difference between "bazaar" and "bizarre" before you embarrass yourselves further.

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    6. Anon. 12:18, you are just too cool for school as they say.

      First of all, I believe whether the word is misspelled according to whether it's a noun or adjective is hardly relevant here as this is not an on-line writing course, nor is it a comment section where grammar, punctuation, etc. really matter. It seems to only matter to you because everyone else understood the context, and whether the spelling was correct or not did not matter. If I responded every time I saw improper tense used on this site, misspelled words, and poorly constructed sentences including some by the author, I would be lecturing non stop. I am certain that if Joni were publishing a book with the best of her posts for instance, a good editor would make lots of changes to what some times reads as a very hurried post. Does that matter one whit to me or do I read here for content? I think the answer to that would be perfectly clear except to a miserable twit. It's a design blog, so for whom does it really matter? Apparently, only you. Now my dear little bitch goddess if you would kindly crawl back into your hole, you would do us all a favor. I don't think anyone should be embarrassed except you.

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    7. Anon 4:14 PM
      Maybe you should do some crawling; re: "some times".

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    8. Sheila, we understand that it's tough when your husband beats you four nights out of seven and your children (kids) hate you, but your desire to be the internet proof reader is a bit over the top. Understandably, when so many things are wrong in your life a bit of acting out is to be expected. Obviously, you have a certifiable case of battered woman syndrome and that's being generous. Most people would say that you are simply a miserable damn bitch. Most people would also be happier with a few misspelled words in their lives than the bile you seem to be carrying around.

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  40. I am breathless. Her design is fearless! And yes, the library so deserved the cover. Joni, I wonder if you would comment on one thing: I notice in the master bedroom the curtain rod is hung high, with "dead space" between it and the window. This is one instance where I think it's perfectly fine. I'm wondering if it's because the walls are not white? I know you often advise covering this space with a woven shade. Here it seems perfectly clean and beautiful without. What say you? Best, Beth C.

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    1. I noticed and wondered if Joni was going to comment! There are no window coverings, I think in the article the owner discusses her preference for the lack of them, I know if I had privacy and beautiful views I would do the same. She is a woman after Tara's heart "views are part of the decoration." I am facing the same dilemma, i hung my rod high but haven't gotten new shades to hide the space and the first thing I think everytime I walk in the room is "oh no what would Joni say!"

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  41. Anybody have any experience with old concrete sinks? Are they sanitary for things like daily dishwashing? Does it make a difference if the bottom surface is smooth or somewhat uneven?

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    1. I am pretty sure those sinks are stone; not concrete!

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  42. Question: Why do the bedroom curtains have to be hung at ceiling height? Is this a hard and fast rule/practice? I understand the concept of creating the illusion of more height (more ceiling height, larger windows), but in this case this is a new house -- if the owner wanted higher ceilings/larger windows, she would have specified them (and the ceilings don't look particularly low). So what is the point of hanging the curtains up at the ceiling, if one is going to let the dead space show and not make the windows look taller? Would the curtains not look better hung just above the windows (i.e. rod placement one-third of the way up from the windows) so that the curtains relate to the window, not the ceiling? Or, would this be considered "wrong"?

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    1. Does anyone have an answer to the above question? I'm wondering as well about what the proper height to hang curtains is.

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  43. Gorgeous Joni thank you for the preview of this amazing home.
    I will not stop thinking of that library! Excited to get the copy right away!

    Xoxo
    Karena
    Art by Karena

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  44. That blue velvet-covered "U"-shaped sofa is brilliant. We watch TV from two daybeds resting together, (so without the middle bit), but that particular segment allows you to be just slightly less laid back, should you so wish, (or if one isn't feeling quite so clingy!).

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  45. Wow and more wow...this girl is singing my song! I love it all. Now I have to search her website and 1st dibs. Thanks for the preview, Joni.
    XO, Victoria

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  46. Anyone know what kind of "fire" was glowing in the urn in the fireplace? An interesting look, but I am sure it wasn't wood because wood burns very hot. It would crack the urn. Could it be an alcohol-gel fire?

    BTW - I love many things on 1st Dibs but the prices are outrageous! Doubt if many decorators can afford them either unless they get a professional discount or buy them as does Charlotte Moss (and others) to use for while then resell later. Unless you are a real snob about provenance, you can find virtually identical items in consignment shops, on eBay and sometimes on Craigslist.

    Just depends - do you have more dollars or more sense?

    Smiles from My Slice of Provence, Charlotte

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  47. Love it!!!! One question, Do you have to remove everything from mantel each time you want to watch t.v. ????

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  48. Hi Joni
    I've just read your beautiful coverage of my work and I'm absolutely speechless - thank you for your kind words and such a detailed review. House Beautiful was amazing to work with- Doretta Sperduto, Simon Watson and Barbara King were so supportive and I cannot thank them enough. I have been reading your blog for years and am just so honored to be included.

    Best,
    Jeannette

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    1. Jeannette, your home is beautiful. Would you mind sharing the fabric in the bedroom and how the tv screen works, that is just brilliant. Thanks for opening your home! I read in the article you are on the "4 year plan" do you anticipate breaking that and staying in this house? Kind Regards, Sarah

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    2. Thank you Sarah! I am happy to share - Brunschweig & Fils Bird and Thistle in Beige - if you look online at HB I have shared all my resources and fabrics. Okay as for the TV screen: we built the entire fireplace out of stone that was used in the foundation of the 1950's house we tore down - because it is "full masonry" you have to hide that depth some way or the fireplace sticks out too far into the room. So I built the mantel and shelves around it and stepping back the shelves off the mantel (mantel copied from a turn of century house in upstate NY called the Wynkoop House - google it - beautiful interior architecture). Anyway I made a recessed area to put a flat screen in and ran an electrical box to it - flat screen are so thin now you barely need 2 inches - then put a hinged door in front with very heavy brass hinges - piano hinges work but I got mine from Van Dykes restorers inline. There are three panels; the left swings to the left back to the shelves and if you pull the little dogwood knob on the middle door it "v's" out and folds back to the right so you are looking at the TV and the painting is right beside it. And yeeeees you do have to take the stuff off the mantel but I keep the books tied in bundles so it's just three little things that take 5 seconds to clear - not that big a deal. Also, this is not our main TV - we actually like to sit in the blue library that has a flatscreen opposite that big couch. We call the one in the living room the Superbowl tv cause that's when it gets used. I can't figure out how to post a picture but I will post one on my Pinterest to show the door folding back. Thanks for all the kind compliments!

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    3. Thank you so much! It is such a beautiful home. I would love to see a post on just your gardens! Have a wonderful summer. Sarah

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  50. I don't think I'm biased just because I live in Nashville (though born in Ft. Worth), but this is truly the most wonderful house I've seen on your blog, Joni. The only thing that would beat it is if my sister let you showcase their home in Ft. Worth - it rocks! Thank you for another fabulous blog. You're the best, Joni!

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  51. Very good ideas. Thanks for putting all this ideas together. Do you know where in Europe you can get a stone sink ? I really love it. Thanks

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  52. Thanks for sharing! I'm also wondering how sanitary those sinks are (especially the former "troughs"). Does not seem very appealing!

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  53. I love the idea of the built-in cabinets to add a fireplace and then hiding the TV behind a fold back board. Are there any pictures of the board folded back?

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    1. Yes - look at my Pinterest to see it folding back!

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  54. This whole issue of HB was full of eye candy. Some issues are just that way, some not so much. This house is ABSOULTELY grand in every way. To be able to shop Europe with her taste must be heart stopping. Need to visit Nashville, huh?

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  56. Joni, I know that I probably missed it on your sight somewhere, but is there a way to send you a message or to hire you for design services?
    I live in Southwest Houston and don't need massive redecorating but would love your input on some items and also have a resource as I continually update.
    Thanks!

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  57. Hi Joni,
    As always, your post is wonderful!You are so generous to share your time and expertise with your fans, for which I thank you! I have to say, that this is one of the loveliests homes that you have posted. While I can't do the beautiful'Houston' style back here in the east as I am firmly in the camp of 'too much is never enough'( a la Betsy Speert) with an abundance of beautiful chintz, gilt framed paintings,and Persian rugs- I did love the Brunschwig 'Birds & Thistles' fabric featured in the bedroom soo much that I went on ebay and scored 18 yards of it..for $45 per yard!
    That ebay is a wonderful resource for satisfying a champagne taste on a 'shoestring' budget..and again- you are the BEST for raising the ante of the design world with your generous sharing of your expertise.

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    1. I've been searching for it on ebay for over a yr now and have only been able to find 6yds at an affordable price. Would you mind sharing the ebay store where you found yours.? Please!

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  58. So enjoyed this! I'm trying desperately to talk my clients into the untreated brass fixtures and sent your link right over. Thanks Joni! I hope you are well and having a fabulous summer!!! xoxo

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  59. hi i like your blog and The master bedroom is realy a good looking and new look for badrooms. but one thing is missing in this room. Electric Fireplaces add your badroom

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  63. The kitchen is fabulous, although would never have a white kitchen as a cream one always looks dirty and is bad enough!
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