Be sure to check out my previous posts -
House & Town details plus the kitchen
The Top Floor - entertainment room and craft room
The Master Suite
The Main Floor - mostly the living room & dining room
The Porch and Courtyard
I took tons of photos and have more to share. Today I am posting about the children's bedrooms and laundry on the third floor. The Master Suite was presented in a previous post. Click here for the floor plan.
Please note: I was critical of the size and layout of the laundry room. Even so, it was still nice - especially the colors and decor. I just tend to analyze the details.
Onto the childrens rooms and more of me being picky. The layout was fine (other than the limited closet space). This time the colors were... I'm not even sure what word to use here. Some were pretty but some were odd and the combination didn't thrill me. I thought maybe it was just me, but I listened to comments made as other visitors passed through and they seemed to feel the same. I think it was the mustard color that was the problem. Anyway, this is just a personal preference thing. So, if you are among those not in love with all the colors, get over it and take note of the details. You'll likely find some details you like.
The first bedroom was done for a pre-teen girl.
The other bedroom was a nursery. There were zoo animal murals all over the walls and ceilings. They were very large.
I liked the detail of the chair tufting.
|A Jack and Jill bath connected the two bedrooms.|
Be sure to come back for the last post in the series - the basement. I know - that doesn't sound exciting, BUT IT IS!!! I don't have a single criticism. There were a number of things that I fell in love with. Swoon worthy!
Want more while you wait? Check these links -
Southern Living 2010 Official Developer Site
2010 Georgia Idea House - Southern Living's site
The Historic Senoia Project
Senoia View of Good Life - AJC article on the Idea House