Friday, March 16, 2012

Bellaire Estate French Traditional

2813 Alton Road 

Built in 1939, this beautiful home in the Bellaire Estate neighborhood is Traditional to a "T".  4 Bedrooms, 3 full baths and 2 half baths with 4,240 square feet and a wonderful school district makes this house a great location and an ideal home for a family with children.  Throughout the home are lovely French Interior Design furnishings.  Take a look...

Symmetry is my middle name - what formal curb appeal

The playful pink and red scheme in here is fun and casual.  I loved the slipcovered chairs and sofa.

Marble backsplash and countertop - great morning coffee wake-up call!

Hexagon adobe floor tiles are an inviting touch to this basement space.  The sconce on the wall is a very nice touch when you have little to no daylight in a basement.

I have always loved stairways that welcome a guest at the front door. 

Lovely formal living room with antique furnishings.

Marble again - I can never get enough of it and can stare at white kitchens all day long - beautiful!

Family room with a formal touch.  The wood beam ceilings add warmth along with the creamy tones, brown and a pop of peach!  

This house has great furnishings - the antique secretary in the back is adorable.  Lots of lighting in here natural and artificial.

Warm and friendly master bedroom with more cream tones and a slight gray-blue hue.

Adorable nursery - this room is so soft and sweet.  I'm a sucker for canopy beds and this iron one is no exception.

I just love this room with the double twin beds but I think it's the pink and blue with a slight yellow touch that says sorbet is sophisticated.

Wonderful home with unique features-no room is left undone.  
The paint colors throughout are soft and complimentary to each other, all providing a great canvas to the furnishings without overwhelming them.  I wish I knew who designed the Interiors because it certainly looks like an Interior Designer had her hands on this house.

Represented by Williams Trew 
Photos via Williams Trew

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1 comment:

  1. Seriously! Amazing job! You have me thinking we could do this! We almost broke up over hanging a mirror once, so I think we're going to leave tiling to the pros. But well done you!
    Hexagonal floor Tile


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