Hi, y’all! I hope you had a really nice 4th of July. Today I’m sharing the last house from the Newport Harbor Home Tour , and you may be surprised at how different it is from the others.
I do have to say, my favorite part of this house is the kitchen . According to a friend of mine who lives close by, this home used to be owned by a professional baker, so the layout of the kitchen makes total sense for a serious cook!
What do you think about the extensive use of white subway tile all over the walls, range hood and dining area?
I really like it, along with all copper and brass accents throughout the space.
This room is genuinely bright and cheery. There are some pointers inside the kitchen of the d?Cor that dominates the relaxation of the house.
The homeowner is a huge fan of antiques and vintage goods. I’ve always liked these eagle convex mirrors . I have a few in my home that I’ve painted white.
Here?S every other exciting convex replicate on the the front access.
Talk about making a dramatic entrance !
In the living room, a mix of different styles and finishes come together for a slightly bohemian chinoiserie look.
There are coastal elements in here as well with the artwork and color palette.
Cozy and eclectic, for positive!
The guest room features another boho chic vibe.
And the powder room wallpaper is fun!
Here’s a peek at the master suite.
Isn’t the mixture of patterns fun?
From the street, you wouldn’t imagine the inside to be so interesting. The vibe you get here is more farmhouse than bohemian, but it works!
Interior Design: Corre Marie
Photos: Corre Marie and Ryan Garvin
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