A bedroom fit for the lady of the house. The combination of the chandelier and bed frame gives this room so much character. The mercury lamps on either side of the bed, were actually created from vases. Judy wanted to use these somewhere in the room and took the vases to Thompson Lynch in Cameron Village and made them into lamps.
What a clever idea!
Having a fireplace in a bedroom creates a warm and cozy feel. What do you like about your own bedroom?
THANK YOU , THANK YOU- To the Junior League of Raleigh!!
The 2010 Showcase of Kitchens was a huge success and we were thrilled to be a part of the tour. Above you see (Left to Right) Pat the owner of the Lake Boone Trail house, Laura from ROCKin’teriors and Hilaire from Design Lines, posing in their lime green aprons. They were so fun!! You just might find me wearing mine flipping some juicy hamburgers.
There were volunteers at every house greeting the visitors and answering any questions. What a fine organization!
Meredith and Hilary hats off to you ladies — fabulous job.
This tour was also fun for the whole team at Design Lines. Below Lauren and Hilaire take a quick break to snap a shot. Throughout the weekend all the designers took part in the tour.
For more pictures on the Lake Boone house click here and you will be re-directed to previous posts. Tomorrow we will show you some pictures of the master bedroom. My are they gorgeous!
When staging a kitchen there are endless possibilities, for us it is about — simplicity and elegance.
This Lake Boone Trail home is on this years Showcase of Kitchens Tour presented by the Raleigh Junior League. I love these chairs below especially with the nail-head trim. Divine! Every time I look at these photographs of this kitchen, I want to whip up a six course meal for my friends and family. This kitchen inspires me!
The dining room is perfect for a party. Conversation moves from appetizers in the kitchen to dinner in this timeless dining room and dessert in the living room.
Dramatically proportioned Wainscot wraps the entire room. Lime green fabric drapes the back of the bookcase creating a soft look.
Gold coffers in the ceiling gives the room a stately feel.
Above: The artwork above the mantel was commissioned by the talented Raleigh fresco painter, Steve Staresina.