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Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Let’s Go Dutch

It has been awhile since I viewed a home where each and every room made me smile.

Kitchen

Recently a home in Baton Rouge, Louisianna, built by architect Bobby McAlpine with interior designs by Ray Booth, was featured in Architectural Digest and boy did I grin.

Living Room

The house is done in the Cape Dutch style which was prevalent in old Amsterdam and its surrounding villages.

Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Home

The house took over five years to plan and build and it’s easy to see why.

Guest Room

Oh this tub! Did you also notice all the amazing artwork throughout the home?

Master Bath

I will soon start sharing the transformation of my dated kitchen and yes, get ready for light and bright!

Kitchen

Sneak peek of kitchen curtains on Friday,

Laura

6 comments :

GSGreatEscaper said...

That house is lovely, however I am happy not to have to make those box beds or climb up into the tub. Or worse, try to get out of the tub.

I look forward to your white, light and bright kitchen.

Angela said...

Gorgeous! I showed my husband your family room and he said, "Can we get her to come to NC?"

Linda said...

That house is pretty, but it looks too pristine for my taste. I much prefer our comfortable, cozy, lived-in look. : )

stoneleafandcompany.com said...

Beautiful home - thanks for sharing! Can't wait to see your kitchen!

Auntie Em said...

What a lovely showpiece. I wonder how big a crew they have to come in and wash the windows? And who makes those beds in the walls (because I would soon be ripping those charmers out if it was me that was doing that chore! lol It is very light and open living space.
I wonder if it is laziness or old age that makes me look at a space now and wonder about how practical it would be. :)

Debra Phillips said...

aggghhhh, this is so authentic, just love! five years, amazing! will have to run out and get a copy
thanks
debra