Thursday, January 10, 2013

Suzanne at Lake and Garden












What a cool kitchen! When Suzanne of Lake and Garden: Texas Living and her husband started designing their new lake home in Corsicana, Texas, they wanted it to reflect the regional architecture and to have a feeling of age or permanence. Doesn't it look amazing?! The lovely blue color (Seascape from the Valspar collection at Lowe's) was inspired by beautiful dry climate plants they saw at the New York Botanical Gardens (check out her pics!). The perfect color for a hot climate! I love the rustic look of the limestone walls and exposed beams, and how cool is that huge hood! You can read all about the space and see more of the home at Suzanne's blog!


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9 comments:

Colleen Taylor said...

Those limestone walls are gorgeous Erin! The warm woods mixed in and the blue makes me certainly want to live there.

Sylvia said...

Corsicana TX -- who knew it was a design hot spot?? Visited the Coach Barn website -- thanks for introducing it- bookmarked! I loved the Austin Soumack rug- would look great in my living room!

jvw home said...

Beautiful interior....love the details and the lakehouse design!

Kim Hoegger Home said...

This is a gorgeous kitchen! I love how the use of the turquoise paint brightens the rustic beams and stone. Makes for a really happy space :)

simo said...

i never thought that this color combination would work, but its amazing!!! great work! :)

Lindsay said...

Long time House of Turquoise follower! You do such a great job!
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Jen of MadeByGirl said...

Pretty!! this entire post reminded me of our Las Vegas home...which i miss off and on.

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Shelley @ Easy Home Concepts said...

Limestones do not age and they're made to build strong walls. I would love them to be built in my entire house. They can stand strong winds and typhoon.

SWAG said...

I find these interiors extremely appealing. Thanks for sharing the photos.

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