Sunday, April 22, 2012

Open House Sunday

A Little Stone Tudor Cottage
with a decidedly feminine vibe.
built 1935
I love this sofa table and those lamps....luv, luv, luv.
The mirror over the fireplace is interesting.
That window is  a WOW! 
I'm wondering if it's original? Those tulips make it look like it might not be.
What do you think?
I don't care for zebra rugs real or otherwise but other than that...I like the decor of this room.
Dining room has another wall mirror. This one appears to be even larger.
I love that rugged sideboard paired with the very modern table.
And of course the chandelier is nice.
Not digging that shelf thing in this room.
Very cute kitchen although I don't care for the slate floor. 
Wood would have been better.
The art on the wall does not go with the rest of the decor.
I like just doesn't go.
Love the big shiny stove and range hood.
Nice big kitchen.
I wish my own was this large.
Love the chest of drawers and rug.
Bath is pretty all around. I'd prefer more vintage looking sinks however.
But it is very nice.
Looks like the porch has been closed in to make an office.
I'd rather have a garden room or really I'd rather the porch be left open.
But this is a great office.
Nice backyard and deck.
I could live here. If only my own home was fixed up to this extent.
But then I'd have nothing to dream about...then would I?


paperjunk-lc said...

So much to love about this house. You can tell a lot of time and $$ has been put into it.

Thanks for sharing I always love your home tours.


ℳartina @ Northern Nesting said...

Another beautiful home Nita!! LOVED everything about it!

Penny@ "WDWS Design Trends" said...

So pretty Nita! I wish we were making more progress on our English Tudor :( I love your "Home Tour" posts!

Elisa said...

Wow that is stunning! I love every room and the obvious thought and love that went into that design! Very nice!
home sweet nest

Paulette Kinney/Paper Nosh said...

Hi Nita,
I love your Sunday home tours and wouldn't miss a one ! I couldn't find where this home is located ? Is it in hits my heart vibe and would love to look at the listing. ?? xo, Paulette

vintage girl at heart said...

great bones love the light and airy feel and she has some great pieces but you can tell they had her "sterilize" it for showing.
i am with you on the enclosed porch..i'd love a garden room too instead.
i think the stained glass window was added.
where is the listing?

Debbiedoo's said...

Whew...what a gorgeous home Nita. Thanks for sharing all the inspiration. I would LOVE to have that bathroom alone.

Cozy Little House said...

Wonderful "bones." Nita, will you email me what area you live in. My SIL that took the job in OKC says they've been looking in some older area of OKC for a house. And I was telling him about you, but couldn't recall what your area of town was called.

Kit said...

It is a nice style and I too love the window but the rug and some of the furniture just doesn't go. The landscaping is very pretty. Kit

Beach House Living said...

I like the house it seems to have a great layout and nice light.

sissie said...

A very pretty home and I agree with you on the office. I would much rather have a garden room.


Sharon in Chicago said...

Wouldn't it be loverly to be able to afford a half million dollar home? Sigh....

In the meantime, you help fuel all of our dreams. So glad your time has opened back up so you can post more often. I'm sure you miss the extra $, but having your soul back is priceless.

Jann said...

I do LOVE the curb appeal of this cottage...the front is to die for...but you know what Nita.....I LOVE your cottage and what you have done to it...:o)

Ricki Jill Treleaven said...

I like almost everything about this adorable cottage. Thanks for finding it for us, Nita!


Traci said...

I am loving the curb appeal of this very femine cottage. The stain glass wondow in the front room was gorgeous.
Your picks are always so interesting.
Hope the weenies are all well.

Bliss said...

Love the stone on the front of that house. And I could live with the slate floor.


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