Thursday, November 6, 2014

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First off, I want to thank you all SO much for your kind words yesterday about Wesley's room reveal! I was nervous to share the space, so all of your sweet comments really meant the world to me! :)

Now on to this gorgeous home! Some of you may have been lucky enough to tour it in person...it was in the Utah Valley Parade of Homes this past summer. The Lehi home was built by Highland Custom Homes, with the home plan by Joe Carrick Design and interior design by Chelsea of Osmond Designs...and of course beautiful photography by Hiya Papaya!

Cristi of Hiya Papaya told me the home was totally packed when she went through to photograph, so she had to be a little creative with her angles! I found additional photos of the home via Joe Carrick Design taken by Nickolas Bayless, I'll share those below so you can see some full room shots!
























Amazing, right?! I swear Utah has the best Parade of Homes. I absolutely love how cheerful and bright this one is, with perfectly placed pops of color throughout! If you love the look, a lot of the furniture and accessories came from Osmond Designs. You can see lots more photos of the home taken by Hiya Papaya right over here!

(The stunning rug was designed by Kate Spain and is available here. Foyer door is painted Wythe Blue by Benjamin Moore.)

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49 comments:

Barbara Emonet said...

Absolutely fabulous ! Wish it was mine !

Jennifer said...

I need that giant blue clock! Do you know where that is from?

Anonymous said...

Any way to find out what the paint colors are? Especially the play room. Love!

Anonymous said...

Erin,
I don't comment very often but I just wanted to say I read your blog every day and look forward to all the great photos you post.
Thank you!
Christine

Holly said...

I've been to this house and yes, Utah has amazing parade homes! This was my favorite of the year.

Chic Coles said...

I would love to have a home like this - I love the ceiling in the living room and the touches of turquoise really make the interior!

angie said...

danke für die schönen bilder und inspirationen!!! einen schönen abend wünscht angie aus deutschland

Erin said...

Hi. I love your blog. Look at it ALL the time! Do you know how I can find out where the yellow chairs in these photos are from? I must get them for our kitchen :)

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Jamie Nowell said...

That grey sectional with the nailheads is georgous. Can you tell me where that couch can be purchased?

Jamie Nowell said...

Can you reply to this about the couch? I forgot to set a response notification on the post above ;)

Anonymous said...

I think I saw this clock on Four Chairs Furniture's Instagram. They are located in lindon, ut. I want one too!

Leanne Warren, United Kingdom said...

Wow, what a beautiful home. love the colour scheme and textures, totally inspirational!

theestesbunch said...

I have searched and searched but no luck. Is there any way at all to find out where the rug in the entry picture could be bought? It is exactly what I am looking for.

Erin {House of Turquoise} said...

The entry rug can be found here!

Julie M. said...

Any way to find the turquoise door paint color? I love it!

wendy ginsberg said...

Ok how about the living room rug? I am having no luck finding that one either?

ChaCha said...

Erin, I love your blog! Any idea where I can find the turquoise and gold ogee rug in the family room? I searched Osmond Designs site for a couple of hours and called the store but the woman I spoke with wasn't super helpful when she found out I was out of state:(

Sue Herring said...

Does anyone know where I can find the entryway mirror?

Christine said...

I'm searching for the foyer rug. Cannot find it anywhere love it. Please help. Thank you

Scott, Kristen and Grant said...

Where would I find the table in the foyer? Love it!

Anonymous said...

Gorgeous pictures! Could I get the paint color for the interior front door.

Anonymous said...

Who was the interior designer? I would love to see more of their work!!!

Chelsea said...

Hi, My name is Chelsea and I actually was the designer on this project. My website is stripedpeony.com if you'd like to see any more of the work I've done. All the furniture was purchased at Osmond Designs. Thanks for the great post! Its awesome.

Jessica said...

I love the clock and the bedding in that master bedroom. Do you know where they can be found?

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Kristi said...

I was lucky enough to see this house in person. This was my favorite home in the parade. Great to see some professional photos as well!

Marcy Gasiewicz said...

What a beautiful home! Would you be able to tell me the paint color of the front interior door? Is there a location to find all the paint colors in one site?
Thank you for your help,
Marcy

Anonymous said...

Where did you find the letters to spell love

LaDonna said...

I'm with the rest of the gals wondering what color and brand the front door is painted. That color is amazing and perfect for my sewing room door!

Olivia said...

Does anybody know where the table in the entryway is from??? I am in LOVE with this house!

Anonymous said...

Ok, scoured all comments and the web, and can't find the paint color used on the front door. Anybody else had any luck. I'm obsessed!!!

BeaWhy said...

Does anyone know? I'd also love to know the door paint color as well as the entry walls and trim. It looks like the same wall color was used throughout with exception ? I'm about to paint and my "inspiration" is a vintage turquoise and white tile rattan table I recently purchased. So excited about this project. Thanks!

BeaWhy said...

Chelsea, I've looked through the Osmond web site and cannot find the yellow print arm chairs in the sitting room or the gray/turquoise accent chair in the room with the square turquoise clock I've the mantle. I've been hunting for something just like those, particularly the yellow. You did a beautiful job. I envy your talent...

Sarah L said...

Hi Erin, what is the paint color for the inside of the front door? Thanks!

Mandi Nilson said...

I have look all over for the wall paper in the children's room. Would you mind pointing me in the right direction?

Erin {House of Turquoise} said...

The front door is painted Wythe Blue by Benjamin Moore...love it!

Lyndsay B said...

I'm new to Pinterest and just came upon "House of Turquoise". I love it! My color scheme is very similar. I've been searching everywhere for tile I like and I'm in love with the tile in the mudroom. Is there anyway to get the name/color of the tile?

Sarah Pickert said...

Erin -
What colors are the kitchen and living room walls and trim painted.

Megan said...

Do you know the paint color on the main walls throughout the house? I love it! It works in brown and grey rooms.

Pjean said...

Love all of this. Please do tell the paint info for the foyer door. Color? Brand? Thanks!

Anonymous said...

What is the exterior paint color and what is the exterior front door color?

Anonymous said...

What is the outside trim color?

Paulo & Cyntia Dafoe said...

Where can I find the rug from the entrance? Its gorgeous!

Amy Smalley said...

Do you know where I can buy that comforter/duvet? The cream and turquoise one? Thanks!!

Sheila Elrod said...

How wide is the mudroom?

Cosimo Dente said...

I am working in Malvern Building Group in Adelaide Australia. I am looking several custom build home design but this one is the best example of custom home.

behassee said...

where is the mirror from in the entry way?

Lindzi Mitchell said...

Can you tell me the paint color of the master bedroom? (I think that's what that room is) the one with the gray drapes? Love it!

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