Wednesday, February 3, 2010

~charming details~

I fell in love with this home in February's Southern Living magazine.
The details are so charming. I am loving these framed butterfly prints and how they are arranged!
And check out that great green bench! I love massive kitchen islands and this one has great detail.

Her home office is girly without going over the top.

Look at the ruffles on that fabulous ottoman!

In their dining room an oil painting of her mother is the focal point of the window wall. Beautiful draperies and a gorgeous place setting make this picture perfect.


Transom windows, gotta love 'em!
Check out all the mouldings!

I LOVE this ceiling!
This great room is very family friendly and very inviting.

If you want to see more, head over here.
Have a super day friends!
xoxo

22 comments:

Low Tide High Style said...

That is a truly beautiful home. Thanks for sharing it, I need to re-subscribe to Southern Living, I did for years but recently let it lapse, and based on this great story I know I need to start receiving it again!

Kat :)

Maman Tattoo said...

omg this house looks huge!! It's beautiful, thanks for showing

vignette design said...

A beautiful home indeed. I will look for the magazine on the newstands. I miss SL. -Delores

Aura said...

I love these, and your framed veggies. I have a book full of roses that are in this similar style, I've been going through and finding pages to cut out and frame. I'm not a huge rose girl, but since they're hand drawn, they have so much charm.

Living It At Home said...

That is one special home! I love how it is decorated. I haven't seen this issue yet. Thanks.

~jamilyn

Tricia said...

What a beautiful, and huge home! I don't subscribe to Southern Living, because to be honest I don't generally enjoy the publication. This home certainly is a treasure in their pages though. Thanks for sharing.

Melanie said...

Melaine,
I just want to thank you for all your inspiration. I have started my own blog pelicandesign.blogspot.com all because of you. Thank you so much for pulling me out of my shell.

Kacey said...

So pretty! I haven't looked at Feb's Southern Living yet - must go find my copy.

Tina said...

What a gorgeos home Melaine! It has given me a great idea for the wall in our living room. Thank you for sharing! Have a lovely day - Tina

Sylvia said...

That House looks FAB - a little jealous.
Hop over to my blog Lilys Pad and Petals for a Valentine's GIVEAWAY,
Sylvia

Between You and Me said...

I l.o.v.e. Southern Living....thanks for showing us a preview!

Dianne said...

This beautiful home was done by blogger/designer Erika of Urban Grace. Nice to see one of our own doing so well! She is very talented and has a great business.

The Boese Family said...

Yes! Love, love, LOVE Erika's work...and her blog! http://blog.urbangrace.com/
Her twin sister has a fabulous blog too.
Thanks for sharing these pics. My stores still son't have the Feb. issue -- UGGH!!!

PS- Love your blog as well!

Traci@ Beneath My Heart said...

Very beautiful. I love the ruffled ottoman too! Thanks for sharing. :)

Come Junk With Us said...

I just got my issue in the mail yesterday and I was loving all the same pictures you picked out.
Makes me think that a "redo" is in the works some where!

DustyLu said...

Gorgeous I love it! great idea ~lulu

Janean said...

fresh....adore the windows above the sink!!!

thedomesticfringe said...

Beautiful home! I don't think there's anything I don't like.

-FringeGirl

This Photographer's Life said...

I also loved this home in "SL." Thanks for featuring it!

jbrinda1 said...

What a beautiful home! I recognize the shoe prints in the photo of the offfice. I have them in my bathroom! I got them from
http://vintageprintable.com/wordpress/

Lana of Honeysuckle Lane said...

This home is so lovely! I think I'll have to get that issue when I go out this afternoon. :)

casabrasi said...

Good news!! The girl who designed that home has a blog of her own. It's called http://blog.urbangrace.com/.

She's awesome. Her portfolio is also linked so you can see more of her work. Just wanted to share with you since you loved her work.

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