I’m back with Part 2 of Mary’s Texas home tour, and today I’m showing off her bedrooms, bathrooms, and the laundry room. If you missed Part 1, check it out here, and if you’d like to revisit her North Carolina home tour, you can see those posts HERE and HERE.
Let’s begin with a few shots from the master bedroom. My photos don’t do this room justice as it has a high coffered ceiling and a beautiful bay window looking out on the backyard; a video would probably have been better but I was just quickly snapping photos before we went out to lunch.
Mary brought back a bunch of chandeliers from their time living in Europe, too:
The master bath is stunning with lots of natural light coming in from the window over the bathtub.
I didn’t take any pictures of their master closet, but after two years of living in Europe without a single closet, it made my heart happy to see a closet as big as a bedroom–Texas-sized, of course!
The closet was off the master bath but also had a door that opened straight into the laundry room. I’ve seen that in several houses lately and I think it’s a great idea.
I loved how in the laundry room she had room for her “beer fridge.”
The wall opposite the fridge had lots of storage cabinets and a long counter for folding, plus this sweet little sink.
Moving on to the three guest bedrooms, I have always loved this set of antique twin beds and really liked how she used warm colors on them this time. In her last house she used white–also lovely–but this color combination is really beautiful.
Mary and her husband have two grown sons and one of them just gifted them with their first grandbaby–this is his closet.
Moving into the second guest room, I love the symmetry of the mirrors and nightstands:
I think this would be the guest room I would choose–those robes are calling my name!
The fourth bedroom is in my favorite color palette of blue, white, and gold.
I didn’t do a great job of photographing the bathrooms, but am including shots from several of them below so you can see the beautiful details. One of the things I like best about Mary’s style is that there’s a vignette in every corner–it’s a feast for the eyes for someone who loves decorating as much as I do.
Now we’ll head to the front door to say goodbye; I hope you enjoyed Mary’s home as much as I did!
Thanks for stopping by~