Monday, August 1, 2011

Eileen Marcuvitz













With the talent of Boston-based architect James Cullion and interior designer Eileen Marcuvitz, this Newport, Rhode Island home photographed by Robert Benson was inspired by a majestic oak tree and built to take full advantage of the home’s breathtaking water views. They used a palette of misty blues with hints of sea and sky to bring the outside inside. I love the symmetry in the home and the use of arches throughout...especially the front entrance outside. Gorgeous! The whole vibe is welcoming, but also clean and elegant. You can read all about the space and finish the tour at New England Home!


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24 comments:

Luciane at HomeBunch.com said...

Erin,

This is the kind of house that I dream to have some day. It's totally elegant, comfortable and welcoming. Beautiful post, my friend!

xo

Luciane at HomeBunch.com

Gwendolyn said...

Loce, love , love! I am moving in!
:)

Karena said...

Such an elegant, yet comfortable home, just gorgeous!

xoxo
Karena

Art by Karena

ALISON ROYER said...

I love the soft colors and stylish comfort in this home. Beautiful.

Nat's Nest said...

I am loving that stairway! Beautiful!

Musette said...

Holy Cats and Crackers!

My first thought, once I got over the jaw-dropping beauty of this house was "how do they HEAT this thing" - then I realized that if you can afford a house this gorgeous, set to sea-views, you can afford to pay for heat! LOL!

Simply stunning!

xoxoA

mustang said...

The light in this house is a-mazing! Aside from the muted and serene color palate and beautiful furniture, I LOVE the high ceilings and the arches. Great post today Erin.

Raquel said...

This is such an elegant house. I absolutely love the staircase

Leslie said...

This is an amazing space! I really LOVE the widepane windows in the bedroom. Oh what a joy it would be to wake up to that everyday!

L

Kristy @ I Design Love said...

Gorgeous! I love the color palette. I especially love the paneling on the staircase.

www.idesignlove.com

Sizzle and Zoom said...

I love the dining room in this home. Elegant, beautiful, comfortable and with a view. Perfect for entertaining.

Shannon@Cozy Home Scenes said...

What a beautiful home. The kitchen would be a wonderful place to prepare meals. Love the soft colors and uncluttered look to all the rooms. Shannon

Splendid Sass said...

Love. Love. Love!
Gorgeous home! I always find so much beauty here.
Teresa
xoxo

henzy said...

Every room is more stunning than the last.. wow.

Heartfire At Home said...

Any house inspired by an oak tree (my fave type of tree because I had one outside my bedroom window when I was little) has to be a GREAT house!

The rooms are so elegant and gracious, and the view from that first bedroom is divine!

Linda. :)

mydeco said...

Light blue is barely noticeable but it looks great and I like the bold blue bedroom too, given me ideas about what colours I should add to my 3D room that Im designing on mydeco.com.

Sarah MacMillan {Prairie Perch} said...

The architectural details are amazing! The arches, the panelling, etc. Love it!

concrete said...

its like my dream house ..

Debbie Tibbs said...

I don't know how you do it. But you do. I love, love, love your blog. You inspire me with every post and photograph. Thank you so much!!!!!! Love it.....

neeelam said...

wow! its really looking so so so gorgeous.. lovely color.
thank u so much!!!!!!!!!sharing Ur pic.

plumbing said...

Okay, this one is very elegant and looks pleasing to the eye. I admire the designers who are behind this remarkable design.

accounting outsourcing said...

Personally I love your house, I like most that inner wall colour its make peaceful atmosphere in the room. Very nice photos.

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