22 October 2010

I think this home is timeless


Have you seen this home?  I bet you have.  I saved the images PB (pre-blogging), so all I have 
is the homeowner's name is Jocie.  I believe they are shopowners.  If you know please do tell.

(thanks, Brandi  probably Design Sponge  I thought so)

(and from another reader: Julie, I also have long adored these inspirational pictures from homeowner, Jocie Sinauer. She is the owner of Red Chair Antiques in New Hampshire. The following is her website: Red Chair Antiques)

Can we just talk about the picture above?  That light, the pitcher collection, the wonky candles, the French chairs, and the perfect gray-blue walls.  Oh, and the fireplace!


I love how much seating there is...and the variety of lighting.


Don't you think this home is beyond trends?  Yes, beachy and Frenchie and gray are "in" (I hate that word)...but I think you could look at this in 20 years and it wouldn't look dated.


I mean....love!!


put an antique rug down here and this bath could be from any era.





Just a little warm and lovely eye candy for you.  All the best, Julie

I hope you can dance like the man in the back right this weekend.  He is about my favorite thing in the world.





21 comments:

  1. I love the mantle with all the pitchers bundled up on top... and those reading lights! Love, love, love.... truly timeless.

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  2. This home is definitely timeless - the colours and furniture pieces would never date and it's so easy to add in fun accessories and colour if you want to change things up - I SO want to live there :)

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  3. Gorgeous home! I love the table candles as well (I have a ton of wonky blue ones on my kitchen table as well and love them.) and the pitures on the mantle- The chandelier in that room is also beautiful. I adore those reading lights/sconces- have been looking for something like those that don't break the bank- would die for the Mouille version but I digress:) Also, love the settee- always love a settee! This is definitely a timelss beauty of a house.

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  4. The pictures may fool the eye but there very first pictures seem to show wonderful proportions. I think it would feel good empty. But I particularly like the dining table out in the "big room." I'd prefer eating the best room rather than a dining room.

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  5. I think this is from design sponge...I love it too! The colors and mix of texture and styles is just perfect!

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  6. I'm loving everything about that home! Perfect mix - thanks for sharing!

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  7. Timeless, yes. And very pretty to boot. Thanks for sharing!

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  8. yes to both - love that house and I dance JUST LIKE THAT.

    love, Donna

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  9. OMG The fact that you just posted "Whats Up With That" I think you're Awesome. We Love to watch Sudekis dance too.
    So Beautiful home. My favorite is the lamps above the 2 white chairs.

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  10. Beautiful home, yes. But that video with the dancer???? Omaga....hilarious!!!

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  11. Beatuiful home, Julie! I wish I could get my hands on those pewter chargers!!! Oh, and practically everything else in the home!! Have a great w/e!

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  12. I agree - it is timeless and I'd love to live there! Have a wonderful weekend! xoxo

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  13. I am running out to get a red jogging suit just like that!!! The BOMB! Oh yea...the pictures are nice too :)

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  14. Positively gorgeous! I love a home that is full of light colors yet still feels warm and cozy. I think that's hard to pull off.

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  15. beachcottagemamato2October 22, 2010 at 1:32 PM

    Julie, I also have long adored these inspirational pictures from homeowner, Jocie Sinauer. She is the owner of Red Chair Antiques in New Hampshire. The following is her website: www.redchair-antiques.com. Enjoy the website and also thanks for your own inspirational blog. All my best.

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  16. Julie,
    I always love your take on interiors. So unexpected, such a great eye. Love this post. M.

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  17. I love this too. It feels very serene. Have a nice weekend Julie :)

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  18. LOVE the color on the walls in that living room! And I am glad to know that I am not the only one that says wonky, lol! Have a great weekend friend!
    xx

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  19. Oh, how life was different PB--ha! Timeless, yes. And I need some colored candles now.

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  20. Wonderful aesthetic! I am just mad for ironstone...the more the merrier!

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  21. What a perfect home, Julie! I love everything about it. So warm and rich

    xo

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