What a task! Out of the rooms in this blog, my favorite is the Terrace suite,. Who wouldn't want to vacation in style in that room!
So looking forward to it Dylan! I love the "Florida styling" . Being from the northeast our styling of houses tend to be a little different. The DIY Team has been so creative in the past, and by the choices they and the sponsors have shown us so far its exciting to see each new blog. Thanks again!
Cannot wait to see the DIY Team do their "magic". What a beautiful setting for the blog cabin!
I love the fact that this home is not only beautiful, but is also functional and well organized. You could entertain a group of people and have very easy clean up. If designing this home by zodiac sign, I am a Libra and am always trying to balance things. This home was designed for me, I can balance my work/family lifestyle!
Karin, Thank you for the new post. Happy New Year! I have a feeling it is going to be a beautiful year. I am so excited about this particular house because my husband and I have family in Central Florida and on the gulf coast. Living in New England we don't get to see them very often. Would I ever love to cook up some of our families favorite recipes in this kitchen! Dreaming!
I wish I could just wave my magic wand and be there to tour this beautiful estate! I have done the "virtual tour" and so far (but subject to change), is the master bath. Sitting in that luxurious tub, reading a good book seems like a wonderful way to spend an evening. Especially when the temperatures here have been in the single numbers at night. I'll keep "touring and dreaming". What about you? If you had a magic wand and could be there, what room would you think was your favorite?
When I view the before & after pictures I cannot believe the transformation. I love the beach elegance that has been created in the house. And the incredible surroundings and its like a dream come true"!
I guess Georgia. Love the pictures no matter where they are!
What a beautiful home in a beautiful city! I love Asheville!
Alex, Thank you for the post. I found it very interesting. Roky Erickson's music certainly is an important part of Austin's musical history. Looking forward to learning more about this history.