“And whatever you do, in word or deed, do everything in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him”
Today, we are closing out our tour of the Southern Living Idea House! I’ve enjoyed your comments on Part One and Part Two, and for more information, you can visit their website here. The quaint Town of Mt Laurel, where the Idea House is located, is a planned community of homes, restaurants, shops, and even a Farmer’s Market on Saturday mornings! Maybe a trip for an Autumn day!!
Today’s tour is the last look at the Idea House…let’s go upstairs!
As we climb the stairs, you’ll notice that they are covered in a Rugby Stripe by Dash and Albert…and take note of the charcoal drawings lining the walls…
…and as we reach the top, we set our feet on the landing that serves as a family space, designed by Ashley Gilbreath!
An antique oak table from France is a perfect spot for playing games. The chairs are French antiques.
The glazed antique cupboard is from France…the chair is an English antique!
Southern Living Associate Decorating Editor Elly Poston designed this bedroom featuring the “Southern Living Collection for Dillard’s.”
Overscale monograms in chartreuse are appliquéd on the bedding!
The walls are covered with a textured raffia by Meg Braff.
Bedside lamps are by Alexa Hampton, fabric for window treatment and bolster is “Le Lac Toile by Brunschwig and Fils.
The walls of the adjoining bath are covered in a celery on white wallpaper by Meg Braff.
Ashley Gilbreath designed this bedroom and covered the walls in a linen wallpaper by Kravet. Wallpaper is definitely back after a few years’ absence.
Abstract art hangs above a French painted chest.
A large floral print “Hollyhock” by Lee Jofa tops a wall canopy. Have you noticed florals are making a comeback? The lamps are by Bunny Williams Home.
The chair and ottoman provide a place to read. I love the Italian Neoclassical chest!
A glamorous tête-à-tête is the showstopper in the “pajama lounge” designed by Amy Berry!
A tonal, animal print pattern was used rather than multiple prints.
A Currey and Company etagere is flanked by blue abstract paintings.
A beautiful Regency Bamboo Writing Table occupies the space underneath the window.
I hope you enjoyed my tour of the Idea House. If you are in the Birmingham area, I hope you get the chance to check it out! Thank you for coming along with me!