Natalie's House part 2

Welcome back to Natalie's house!  Today we'll finish our tour and see the rest of the inspiration photos I found for her house. (If you missed the first part, you can find it here.)

Her kitchen is open to this wonderful sunroom/den.

This is what I picture for this space:

Not surprisingly, this image is from She already has nice blinds in the space-- I just envisioned lightening things up with a wall color to compliment Benjamin Moore's Cattail that I suggested for the kitchen. 

The end of the room has a modified bow window that I thought was a nice focal point of the room.

This would make it even more focalier. (Like my made up terms? You can say focalier with a French accent, if you so choose.)

I know, I'm Miss Window Seat, but look how pretty this is!  I have a crush on that ottoman. If her desk unit in the previous picture is built-in, a clever carpenter could tie the window seat into it, with the same lines and trim. 

Let's take a look at the bathroom:

Here's what I found for this room:

I like the wall plank treatment, but even without it, that gray-green wall color would look really nice in Natalie's bathroom.  It would coordinate with the stained glass window, and make the glass block blend in better. 

Last up, 2 of the bedrooms.  Here is the first:

This is a sweet room. I thought Natalie could play that up, like this:

It might be a bit country for her taste, but the furniture arrangement is perfect.

Here is the 2nd bedroom:

Again, very pretty. I had two ideas for this room, both intended to pick up the colors and style used in the main rooms, just with different bed (and chandelier) styles.

This one is by O'Brien and Muse Interior Design.

This one is by Kelie Grosso, of Maison Luxe. Both rooms are gorgeous, so I could see Natalie going in either direction.

And there we have it!  Hope you enjoyed the tour and inspiration photos.  Thanks for stopping by!

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  1. Vicki,
    I love the room with the window seat. I'm a huge fan of window seats as well. The bathroom is great. The soak tub looks more narrow than the standard, that would certainly open up possibilities for a smaller bathroom, wish I had seen this when we remodeled our bathroom! :-)

    1. That soak tub is pretty. I think they've only become popular recently, so you're off the hook for your bathroom. :) We can blame Sarah Richardson- she always seems to choose them on her remodels.

  2. Oh wow, tons of super inspiration. Thanks for linking to Inspire Me.

    1. Thanks, Marty, and thanks for another great link party!

  3. You have great vision! I'm so glad I found you. love before and afters. New follower.
    Can I send you pics of a house I'm considering?

    1. Yay, I'm glad you found me, too! It's so nice to know who's on the other side of the computer. :) Sure, send me the pics and I'll see what I can find.


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