Sunday, December 9, 2012

Here are the long awaited pictures of the new house inside!

Everyone has been saying they can't wait to see pictures of the inside of the house, well here they are!  Well the first floor anyway.

Come inside and take the tour!
First look at the old sled and skates I put on the porch.
 This is the Dining Room from the front hallway.
This is our console table with one of my favorite oil paintings we have.  This is in the front hallway.  I need to have John lower the picture though, he hung it too high.
 This is an upclose shot of the Butler's Pantry.  I love having this again!!
 Butler's Pantry
 Breakfast Room
Cubbie Bench when you come in from the garage.
Another photo of the Cubbie Bench.
 Dining Room looking through the Butler's Pantry into the kitchen and breakfast room area.
 Hallway leading to the powder room and garage.
Kitchen looking into the Breakfast Room.
This is the kitchen from the living room.
 The Library/Office-we need to reorganize this room and get more bookshelves.
 The Living Room from the kitchen.
 Living Room from the Breakfast Room.
 Kitchen looking into the Living Room.
 Kitchen looking into the Breakfast Room.

I have really been loving decorating our house.  Hope you enjoyed the tour!!


Donna said...

Sherri, your new home is beautiful! I love the dining room and butler's pantry and the cubbie bench. Every room is lovely. Enjoy the decorating!

NanaDiana said...

SHERRI! IT'S BEAUTIFUL! Oh- it was so worth the wait. It is just gorgeous...and you have a butler's pantry. You are going to LOVE living there! xo Diana

Mary (Bookfan) said...

Your new home is gorgeous, Sherri. Thanks for the tour :)

Kay said...

Wow! All I can say is it's gorgeous! Wow!

mysteryhistorymom said...

Sherri- You've been one busy lady! What a gorgeous new home! I love all your special touches and that you took the time to share with us, dear friend. What a lovely new chapter in your life!:) Lori

Penny @ The Comforts of Home/From Harvest To Table said...

Your home is beautiful Sherri! I can't believe how settled in you are already!

julie - eab designs said...

Wishing you many years of happiness in your new warm and beautiful home! - We have the same kitchen cabinets :)

jenclair said...

Thanks you for sharing the lovely pics of your new home! You are going to be so happy here!

Nan said...

Wowie! thanks for posting them. Your house could be in a magazine.

Michelle May said...

Gorgeous! Just gorgeous! Oh Sherri I'm so happy for you. Wishing you a wonderful Christmas in your beautiful new home.

Mary said...

Sherri it's beautiful and I'm thrilled for you!

Happy Christmas - know you will enjoy it so much here.

Hugs - Mary

Maya @ Completely Coastal said...

Congrats to your beautiful home, Sherry!! I could so use that cool cubbie bench in our NYC apt, haha!

The Summer Kitchen Girls said...

oh my gosh Sherri! I've got goosebumps....I'm so excited for you! Love that breakfast area...the light is awesome pouring through there I bet :) Enjoy!!!

vicki said...

Sherri-- congrats!! You must be SO happy to be in your new home for the holidays! Everything is so lovely!! This is going to be a wonderful Christmas for you and your family--

Reed Suder said...

A butler’s pantry? Classy! The kitchen looks amazing too. Really like how it goes from carpet to hardwood when you go into the kitchen area. And the whole thing looks spacious, as well.

Reed @ Tom Curren

Herb said...

The coat hooks by the cubbie bench is a nice touch. At least it wouldn’t take up space and people won’t be tripping all over it, as compared to a coat stand. I also like that the kitchen can lead into the living room, so you can chat with guests as you’re preparing, or maybe watch/listen to the TV from there.

Herb Koguchi @ Kroll Construction

Pauletta Maheu said...

What I like about your kitchen’s setup is that there are no dividers between it and the living room. As Herb said, it makes it easier to entertain guests or multitask while preparing stuff in the kitchen. Also, it makes it look more spacious as compared to having walls between different parts of the house.


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My husband, John and I went to Ireland for our 25th Wedding Anniversary in 2004. We had an awesome trip and we will never forget it. We actually got to visit our friends who live in Northern Ireland. We spent 3 wonderful days with them! The picture above was taken when we visited The Ring of Kerry. The beauty of Ireland is just spectacular! If you ever get a chance visit there.
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Jenny and Kevin at their wedding 8/30/08. The wedding was at our home and turned out wonderful! Everyone had such a good time!