Monday, October 12, 2009

More model home pics.....

come on in, and we'll look at more Model home pics! Sure makes me want to go back again! This is a tile "rug" inset into the hardwood floor......handsome!



This house had a library at the top of the stairs...it was lovely!


Some drapery pics.... I always love to look at the window treatments!










This is the house that had black, white and green throughout the bottom floor, various treatments of black and white, and shades of green.
Here is a shot of the bath....











A sunroom, or small living room...


These are cool window treatments in a very pretty dining room!






And another bath......



Hope you've enjoyed the tour!

22 comments:

Love the Decor! said...

Love the combination of black, white, and green. I am contemplating that combo for our master bedroom.
Thanks for sharing these amazing homes with us Jane
Have a great week.

Southern Lady said...

Suzanne, I enjoyed the tour, and especially liked the "library" idea. We're overrun with books and are working on ideas for shelves in our bedroom. Thanks for these ideas. I always love looking at house pictures!

Amanda @ Serenity Now said...

Love the library and the green bath. :)

Elle Bee said...

I love the tile "rug"! And the lights shining down on the books in the library. That's such a pretty effect.
Elle

karen said...

I have to show these to my niece. Like I said before green and black it her favorite colors. She will love this house. She even has green and black braces on her teeth. LOL!

Nancy said...

I love the black white and green too. It's kind of like your blog colors. :) I've tried to like the blue color that is so popular now but I just can't. Always love libraries!!!

Pamela said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE Model Homes!! Not so sure abt the tile inset in he wood floor. Interesting and possibly could grow on me. Thanx for taking us along!

Angie said...

Gorgeous! I love looking at model homes and getting ideas!

Queenmothermamaw said...

My granddaughter has the square tiles over the bed in her bedroom. She is 12. Her bedroom is white, black and hot pink, absolutely precious. I loved that library too.
QMM

Sandy Toes said...

Very cute!
sandy toe

pk said...

I like the tile inset! Functional and beautiful...

Walking on Sunshine... said...

I love the photos!!! Very nice! Enjoy!

Bella Michelle said...

Love all these gorgeous photos! BTW, tell DD and DS happy Belated birthday from a GA Auntie Belle!

Just a little something from Judy said...

I especially liked the tile on the wooden floor that looked like a rug. How creative! I really enjoy decorating pictures. Thanks for sharing the beauty.

April said...

I'm drooling! :)

Twice as Nice said...

Just beautiful. Love the differnet looks of the drapes. The colors go really well together and that tile rug is really something. You can get some great ideas going to these. Have a great week. The Twins

Mrs. G said...

Very pretty model home. I like the window treatments and the way they have styled the towel too.
Thanks for the tip about the felt pads. I have some in the kitchen in my junk drawer but didn't think to put them on. Bloggers are the best.
Thanks again,
Sue

Happy@Home said...

I did enjoy the tour. Thanks for taking me along. I especially love the shade of green used in the bathroom. So pretty with the black and white.

jenjen said...

Great pictures Suzanne! I love that green, black and white combination. So cute! And those drapes were beautiful!

How fun!

XOXO
Jen

Kathy said...

Just wanted you to know that I left something for you in my blog posting today. Hope you're having a fabulous week...Kathy

Designs on 47th Street said...

Suzanne, I did enjoy this tour. What a lovely home. Did I spy with my little eye some faux trees and plants? ;)

Love the black/white and green combo. Love that last bath you pictured too. I know you enjoyed this tour!
Donna

Sara's Sweet Surprise said...

We've sure come a long way from avocado green! I have such a fondness for frame trim. My hubby took on the project of applying the trim on each of the family room walls. It was quite an undertaking, but well worth it. We've painted the frames in a high-gloss white. Next comes a muted wallpaper recessed in the frames with a complimentary shade of color from the wallpaper for the walls.
He did a great job now I want him to put the same molding in the dinning room. Thanks again for the inspirational tour.

Sweet wishes,
Sara