Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Kim Hoegger HOME


























I am so ready for summer! This Lake of the Ozarks home in Osage Beach, Missouri designed by Kim D. Hoegger, an interior designer out of Rockwall, Texas, is the epitome of relaxed summer fun! What I love most (other than the beautiful wall colors!) is that the entire home photographed here by Bill Mathews was done with a wallet-friendly budget. In addition to using existing furnishings, Kim stuck to sources like HomeGoods, Home Depot, local antique stores and Round Top Texas. The look is cheerful and comfortable, perfect for fun times and lake-living! To read more about the home, pick up the new summer issue of Cottage Style magazine! And for great design advice, check out Kim's new e-book and of course her inspiring design blog! Oh and if you're looking for a fun family vacation, you can even rent out this home–more info (and pics) on that here!


Paint Info
Living/Dining/Kitchen -  Sherwin Williams "Dewey"
Island and Entry - Sherwin Williams "Raindrop"
Bedroom - Sherwin Williams "Peach Fuzz"


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19 comments:

InesMrs.Venus said...

Beautiful!!!
I love the combination with coral red! A really fresh color, I prefer in different things.
Ines

Suzanne at Lake and Garden said...

Hi Erin,
That little serving cart is the most perfect shade of dusty turquoise! I also love its rounded lines and charming patina.
This si such a fresh and charming home.
Thanks for sharing it.
Suzanne

ci said...

What a surprise to see Kim from my hometown ,Rockwall, featured today. Been a follower of you,Erin and House of Turquoise many years. I never expected to actually read about someone from my town. Made my day! And love this house !,!

Kim D Hoegger said...

Thank you so much Erin!! XOXO

Kathleen DiPaolo said...

I'm so glad you featured Kim!! She is fabulous!!! Love the home:-). Xo

Susan Lawson said...

I'd love to know source info for the tableware--knives, spoons, forks--on that bar cart.

Connie said...

Oh my, how fresh and beautiful is that!!!

Andrea said...

I love seeing Turquoise combined with the rustic rock. And the bar cart is divine!! Great job Kim!!

Bethany Ortiz said...

I am in love with the food cart that has the plates and whine. The red color also gives the room a pop and makes it look modern without shoving it in your face. Love It!!

jb4012 said...

Ah the colors are awesome! Thanks for the post Erin.

By the way do you know anything about oriental rugs? I've heard about Rugman.com.. does anyone have any experiences there? :)

Cozy Little House said...

I love her colors. And most especially that vintage cart.
Brenda

Eva said...

I loved the chairs in the abajour.

Erin {House of Turquoise} said...

Susan - The flatware is Ralph Lauren Home, but Kim found it at a local antiques store so she's not sure of it's age. Maybe try ebay!

designchic said...

What a wonderful home - just love the bar cart!!

CarrieWilink said...

The home looks gorgeous,I like it very much.Nice site you have here! Keep up the excellent work!

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Lisa Mende Design said...

Love Kim! She is a talented designer!!!!

The Sterling Cherub said...

I love that the kitchen and dining room are not super ultra high end, and that this look is achievable on a budget. The colors are gorgeous, I love the kitchen, and I want to marry that island! Love the "wave" design on the front of it, and the bead board detail and brushed silver bin pulls. The lighting is also wonderful. I like that they kept the rock wall in the entry, it's a really nice feature.

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