Annabels House: White, Traditional, and Bathrooms Galore!

I’m not usually so heavy on large image posts. But I found so many ideas in this house Merry suggested in the comment section of my last post. Find a ton more photos of this awesome house at 1st-option.com.

Top Eleven Design Elements I Loved:
1. Sisal runner with a light graphic wallpaper in entryway.
2. Variations of cabinets in kitchen. To me the cabinets have a Shaker influence.
3. Every bathroom is gorgeous but simple. An efficient look that means I don’t have to renovate in another 10 years.
4. Under the tubs are small cabinets to store toilet paper, plunger etc…
5. Built in cabinets in bathroom. Saves space and makes the feel less sterile.
6. Large wood paneling in bathrooms with Shaker style pegs—modern but warm.
7. Interesting lighting choices.
8. Window looking into bedroom. Love how much light you gain in both spaces by doing this.
9. Wallpaper that doesn’t overwhelm but adds texture.
10. Pink living room—warm and not over the top feminine.
11. Simple landscaped backyard with garage. How great is the brick wall surrounding the space?







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25 Comments

  1. I was looking for old english inspiration for our brick cape and the bathrooms hit the spot. The panel or wanescoting surrounding the bathtub gives the room a more elegant but down to earth feel. Lovely…just lovely.

    Sofia

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  2. I love the mirror in the photo of the third bathroom down – stunning! Also love your blog.

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  3. I love the bathroom with the rectangular double sink! Where could someone get something like that? Are there places that consistently carry pieces like that? It’s just hit or miss at the local architectural salvage (I’m in the midwest and lack the depth of stores).

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  4. I love her bathroom fixtures. On page 22, the bridge sink faucet is gorgeous. Do you know where she purchased them? I am redoing my attic bathroom and I am looking for a faucet like that. I’ve been unsuccessful.

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  5. Absolutely gorgeous!The whole room is really fabulous….I really like the interior designs,the color scheme of each rooms!oh the bathrooms as well :) what an inspiration!
    It looks really great! I love the crisp white furniture and the right accessories.Stunning Images too.So is the Blog!

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  6. I love the wallpaper in the bathroom. Who makes it? The carved wood mirror in the bathroom is gorgeous too. Do you have a source?
    thanks!

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  7. So beautiful. It’s really tough to make a primarily white palette look warm, but all of the wood and traditional fixtures do the trick. Really, really lovely.

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  8. If I’m not mistaken, this house is in England in one of the home counties south of London. There is a change here in referencing New England wood paneling, and since the weather is not usually sunny, a push to maximize the light more.

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  9. You’re right! There are at least two kids in the house – and from the looks of their rooms, I don’t think they are that old. They must own stock in Magic Eraser…or they are just terribly neat and tidy! :) As always, thanks for a fun post.

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  10. Even though the majority of the color in the home is ‘white’, the pinks and creams on certain areas like the wall of the lounge looks especially warm when next to the white – like a warm, welcome relief!

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  11. No worries I’m not ripping down walls to make huge kitchens. But I do enjoy the back line of cabinets in this kitchen. How there is a mix of glass, display, and pantry,

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  12. Is this an old house? If it’s new, I can’t fault it, but if it’s old, I wouldn’t recommend knocking out all those walls to make that overly large kitchen. OMG, whatever you do, don’t let the architect talk you into “opening up the space.”

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