Tuesday, May 29, 2012

The Glamorous Housewife Bethany Herwegh










There's so much love and life in this Manhattan Beach bungalow photographed by Victoria Pearson featured in the new Country Living. The home was designed by architect Lewin Wertheimer and brought to life by the homeowners Chip and Bethany Herwegh. (He's a prop-maker, she's a costume designer–how cool is that?) You might know Bethany from her delightful blog The Glamorous Housewife. She's been a faithful reader of mine for many years, and I'm truly honored to know she frequently referred to my blog when decorating their fabulous home. The turquoise hutch may be my favorite thing here...I love the mirrored glass! The kids rooms are super fun too. I love all the thoughtful details...you know they are having a blast there! You can read more about the home (including fun behind-the-scenes tidbits) over at The Glamourous Housewife! And for sources for almost everything in her home, visit Bethany's Pinterest page!


Love turquoise? Visit my shopping blog Everything Turquoise...updated several times throughout the day! Check out Decor by Color for even more color-themed shopping!


19 comments:

The Glamorous Housewife said...

OMG! I am so excited to be featured on your blog. When I was decorating my house I would dream of someday being on your blog, and that day has come! I am actually more excited to be on your blog then in Country Living! LOL!

Thanks doll,
The Glamorous Housewife

Keri said...

She has good taste, I have that same light fixture in the first picture. Love it!

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Inês Pereira said...

Erin, you always find the most beautiful houses. You are a great inspiration, always. Thank you, thank you, thank you.
Take care.
Inês
perfect-home.blogspot.com

busana muslimah said...

woww great post good luck

Everything Coastal said...

Erin -
Thank you so much for featuring this wonderful house with such bright happy colors. So fun to pop over and get an introduction to the Glamorous Housewife too. Have become a new fan!

Caron

Merlin said...

How charming...and BEAUTIFUL! franki

SizzleandZoom said...

This is my kind of home-casual, comfortable and colorful!

kerrie of sea cottage said...

Such a fun home. Love the bouncy beach colors.

Something Gorgeous said...

Such a beautiful home, filled with personality. Thank you for sharing the images. xT

Jane Coslick said...

Oh, I love this beautiful cottage. thanks for sharing

Model A designs said...

I have that clear chair and love how she put it with a more traditional desk!
Can I just tell you how happy your blog makes me everyday! I seriously love it, thanks!

Vava (aka Virginia) said...

I die. What a home. Can't wait to visit her blog. Thank YOU {again| for sharing such eye-candy!

Claudine from CondensedLoveHome said...

WOOOWWW... SO BEAUTIFUL!! I don't even know which room is my favourite!!!

Ivy & Piper said...

Stunning home! The lighting in the 3rd image is very similar to our Tole Pendant Light! We based the design off a fab vintage piece xx

ana said...

I love all the rooms very very much! great style so fresh and cozy

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Wedding dresses said...

I really wish I hadn’t seen this as I really want one now!

Fungirl said...

Love your blog! And I am going to copy your idea of painting the back wall of the shelves a beautiful blue. In my case, there will be a collection of Staffordshore and other blue willow pieces. My question to you is...should I use glossy or matte paint?thanks!

Sandra said...

Her house is so elegant! There are more pictures (and from different angles and with different decorations) on her blog now. I love the turquoise theme, but the yellows & other colors add a whole another "personality" to the house.

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