Last week, I shared part one of my friend Mary’s beautiful home (see it here if you missed it). Since every room is picture-perfect, I divided the tour into two parts. Last week’s post covered the entry, living room, dining room, kitchen, screened porch, and back yard; today is pretty much everything else.
The upstairs features three perfectly appointed guest rooms that all open onto a living area.
Bedroom #1 features two antique twin beds.
Bedroom 2 has a queen in a beautiful Jenny Lind-style frame…
…and another chandelier.
I love the touches of aqua in this room.
There’s a full bathroom upstairs that’s shared by all three bedrooms.
The third bedroom is just as dreamy, with lots of blue and white.
It was hard to get a good angle of her gallery wall on the stair landing, but it’s definitely worth sharing. I’ll be honest, a 20-picture gallery wall would probably take me about 100 nail holes to get straight!
Back downstairs, there’s an entry area off the garage that Mary made into a drop zone.
Even her laundry room is pretty:
Her husband’s office is stunning–and so very neat!
Last but not least, the master bedroom is also downstairs and situated just off the living room. It looks out over the beautiful back patio you saw last week.
This gorgeous chandelier is almost (but not quite) a twin of the one in the living room.
The picture I took of the chandelier in the ensuite bathroom is a little grainy (my photography equipment is probably somewhere on the Atlantic Ocean right now) but I still wanted to share it. I also had a chandelier over the tub at our Nashville house and I think it really makes the space.
So, there you go, friends. Hasn’t she made this house into a beautiful home? Many thanks to Mary for sharing her home with us, and thanks for stopping by!