Friday, August 24, 2012

EA Interior Designs















Imagine: You and 31 of your closest friends and family, staying together in this amazing (and huge!) oceanfront beach house in Virgina Beach! The 12 bedroom, 13 1/2 bathroom home was designed by Emily Sheipe of EA Interior Designs out of Chesapeake, Virginia. She chose a lovely shade of turquoise (Benjamin Moore's Palladian Blue...anyone guess that right??) to bring the sea inside, and filled the home with comfortable and durable furnishings perfectly suited for big family gatherings. I can't even imagine the coordination required for designing a home that big, but she sure did a great job!! If you're looking for a rental that sleeps 32 people (well 31, since I'll probably have to join you!), visit the real-estate site here. And to read all about the home and see more pics, including the bedrooms and bathrooms, just head on over to Emily's blog here!

It's time now to announce the winner of the Junk Bonzana VIP tickets!!

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Have a fantastic weekend everyone!! :)


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23 comments:

modernmom said...

That's my hometown, and a gorgeous home. Perfect picture of Virginia Beach. Thanks for sharing! :)

Patty Day @Pattys Epiphanies said...

I lived in the Hampton Roads area for almost 20 years. Great homes and they are there for one day "party" rentals to full summer stays. This is the area where I spent my Real Estate career!

Living Quarters on a Dime said...

Loving the turquoise glass tile in the kitchen.

The pelican print works so well in the kitchen also, I love the unexpected in a room!

Tardevil said...

Wow! There is nothing about that house that I don't like. If I were a gazillionaire, I would certainly try to buy it! Love the pelican print in the kitchen and over the stairs, the furniture and the tile!

Claudine from CondensedLoveHome said...

Hi, Erin!
Beautiful house, wow...
I also loved the tiles and the lights in the kitchen... Loved the wall colours... the bedroom...
And had to go back to see the pelican picture!
Have a great weekend too!

Kathi said...

LOVE that painting in the kitchen! Wow! What a great touch!

Sophie said...

Wow, I would love to stay here! That view form the bedroom.. a-maz-ing!!!

Jen said...

Oh, how beautiful! The backsplash is lovely—almost got it for this house but went with something else.

And I DID recognize Palladian Blue—I'm looking at it on my own wall right now! ;)

Ashleigh said...

I guessed the paint color right!! :) I just painted my girl cave that color and now am painting my kitchen in that color. It is PERFECT! What a beautiful house!!
Ashleigh

Heather Moore Grahling | Vivid Hue Home said...

im drooling over that kitchen back splash and that crane artwork in the kitchen!

Amanda R. said...

Love this home, and it's right down the road! The crane print in the kitchen caught my eye, as I have the same one in my living room. Can you believe I got it at Bed Bath & Beyond... of course with a 20% off coupon!

Rose - The Center of My Self said...

oh, that glass tile backsplash! Sigh ... I saw an all-white bathroom that used a strip of that glass tile around the top perimeter; I want to re-do my bath like that some day. The entire home is jaw-droppingly beautiful!

garage sale said...

I really like the calm colors. Wow! this page really gave me a lot of ideas. Thanks!

Carla Aston said...

Lovely. Looks like a fabulous home!

Double Glazing Birmingham said...

Any shade of blue are always appealing to my eyes. I really can't resist any interior with a blue color theme.

My Love Wedding Ring said...

Gorgeous! Especially love the heron painting in the first picutre!

Anonymous said...

Hi Erin. I love Palladian Blue! Would you happen to know the paint color of the adjoining wall in the staircase? It looks like the perfect compliment to the blue. I enjoy reading your blog!

Erin {House of Turquoise} said...

Yes!! The neutral color that is going up the stairs in the foyer and in the living area on the 3rd floor (where the blue, cream, and white fabrics are) is Benjamin Moore- Manchester Tan- HC- 81. The trim and door color throughout the house is Benjamin Moore- White Dove- OC- 17.

How2home said...

WOW....what a view!

Emily said...

Erin, thank you for writing such a great post and for including my design firm, EA Interior Designs, Co. in your fantastic blog! Also, a big thanks to everyone who had such nice comments to say about my designs!

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