Friday, June 11, 2010

Tracy's Eclectic Home Tour











Can I tell you how much I love this home belonging to my dear reader Tracy?! I am really digging the mix of modern and vintage, and the fresh color palette that is carried throughout. Each photo has so much to look at, I can just imagine wandering around her home asking, "And where'd you find this?" Isn't the entryway just the most welcoming that you've seen?? Love those cool collections she has going on! Thanks for sharing your home with us Tracy! Have a great weekend everyone! :)

Edit: Tracy graciously supplied us with all the paint info for her home!

Kitchen turquoise - General Paint Saladin
Great Room greens - General Paint French Ditch and Lichen
Foyer turquoise - General Paint Direct Appeal
Master Bath green - General Paint Envy
Downstairs Bath turquoise - General Paint Pillow Soft
Sitting Room (fireplace) turquoise - General Paint National Treasure

35 comments:

Stunning said...

It's just beautiful! I love the welcome letters - how fun!

mustang said...

This is a great post Erin. What an interesting and fun house. I've got to find ways to get the alphabet into my home! I've always considered myself a collector of words, but sadly they are not displayed. This needs to change.

Happy Friday!

The Chick said...

I want to move in! I just adore your blog! It's so beautiful! :)

Happy Friday!

-Erin
TheSiscoChick.com

tinajo said...

Great mix of everything and beautiful placement of the items! :-)

Elisa1 said...

Love your blog! This house is very cool.

Heart Sessions said...

Oh, I could be very happy in this home! I love, love, love the eclectic vibe!!

Happy Friday , Erin!

Arlene Grasman said...

I am in love! That wooden table behind the couch is to die for!

Love it!

Fahrenheit519 said...

What an incredible home, and I'm now obsessed with that shower curtain! :D

LLH Designs said...

What a fresh, personal and intimate home! So different from my own style-wise, but I love the way this family's personal style and "what matters most" shines through. Thanks for sharing! -Linsey

thefinaltouchideas said...

Amazing looks!! love the bath photo. I have seen that shower curtin before..love it!!

Gramercy Home said...

Very clever. I am a huge fan of the kitchen glass tile. So pretty with the turq walls.

Kathysue said...

I am in love with the big WELCOME and after that each picture got better and better. Love he style, what a fun house, Kathysue

Jen said...

Awesome! i love the mix of blue and green b/c that is what i have in my apt (or am trying to achieve). i need to know paint colors!!!!

-moondancer38@hotmail.com

Abbie said...

Very fun. I'm loving every bit of it and can see why you do, too!!

Rebekah said...

Love your blog...turquoise is my favorite color :) This is a great house...especially love the entry!

Heather@LaLaLinen said...

Love it! Especially the fireplace and the photos of the children. Thanks for sharing! Heather

Gifts of Serendipity said...

You're right Erin there is SO much to look at in each picture!
I'm particularly fond of the fun and unexpected elements such as the window frames in the entrance, doors on the mantle and the chandelier and ruffled shower curtain in the bathroom.
It must be a true delight to not only live in this home but also to know Tracy!

Thank you,

Felicity

Ines said...

A really lovely home! Created with much love! The combination of the colors is really perfect! I love the bathroom - the dark kitchen and the chair for reading- I love such little corners for being alone for a while- just me and my books :-)

Enjoy your weekend-
Ines

sherry said...

Whimsical, fun......loads of personality!

Kay said...

I LOVE Tracy's house, I wanna move in! I love the mix of modern and antique.

Bonnie said...

How does she manage to get such a great mix of modern and vintage in every room? That's what I'm trying desperately to achieve!!

Heartfire At Home said...

Love the 'displays of affection' (as I call them) that she's collected. The welcome letters are fabulous! I also heart those 2 little globes sitting on the mantel.

Thanks for sharing Tracy and Erin. :)

Linda. xox

Marcus Design said...

Beautiful! Such a pretty kitchen, and I love the color combo of turquoise and that fresh green! Lovely!
Nancy

Shannon Fricke said...

I absolutely adore turquoise too! Great blog.

L said...

I absolutely love this blog!! Could someone please let me know what paint color was used in the kitchen? I have been going through a turquoise paint dilemma and am smitten with color in that kitchen!

Erin said...

L, Tracy was kind enough to give me all the paint info...I added it to the bottom of the post! :)

L said...

Thank you so much!!

Kelle Dame said...

This home is beautiful and welcoming. Love the welcome sign and mix of styles. Perfection!

Julia @ Hooked on Houses said...

What a fun house tour! I'm going to be linking to it soon. Thanks, Erin!

Blessed Mama said...

I just found your blog through Hooked on Houses. I too love, love, love the color turquoise, aqua...etc. :)
I thought that this was a new-ish passion, but then I remembered that when I was back (way back) in high school, I painted my bedroom turquoise, and I mean TURQUOISE. Pretty bold...wish I still had the guts. That is why I love your home. It is magnificent!

Megan Smart said...

The "Welcome" letters just melted my heart.

Laura @ The Steen Style said...

LOVED the welcome letters!! Talked about using the idea in my new house too! http://lauraandconnersteen.blogspot.com/2010/06/totally-copying.html

Just Watching said...

Tracy, your home is delightful. Easy to see you followed the William Morris philosophy: Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful. LOVE the shower curtain!

Ariana said...

I must have that shower curtain...

We're buying our first house this month and your kitchen is really inspiring me right now.

Liz said...

The wavy detail mirror in bathroom on June 11, 2010, Tracy's eclectic home tour is fantastic. I would love to hang that mirror in my new pool house bathroom. Any chance you could identify the source for me?

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