Thursday, June 5, 2014
Starting with the Kitchen, totally in love with the lighting
The Living room with black carpeting, shades of grey sofa’s
The tiffany blue works so nicely with the black
Loving the ivory white and black look in this room
This is the best trend of 2014 ! Black Tub, yes yes yes
Shades of grey
Black and ivory white…
Friday, December 6, 2013
Look what’s for sale in Alberta, Canadian…
Looks a little cowboy ? Right you are, this is Calgary…
Get party house
Loving the hide sided chairs
Best party kitchen
Cooking with a view of the foothills
I’m betting this is the longest table in the city (that’s all one piece of tree, no extensions)
Not sure I could get alot of work done without drapery beside that view…
Day time view of downtown
view of Stampede Grounds
View to the foothills
This is the time of day I would really love the view and this condo…
a call, and if you are view in person I would love to go with you for a closer look.
Wednesday, December 4, 2013
I found the most interesting lights on Restoration Hardware,
Baby & Child click here
Good or what! This room stopped me, and it takes alot for that to happen….so loving this room…
What do you think? A little costly for sure but I would totally do this for my kids if they were still little and lived with us….
Friday, November 1, 2013
Thursday, October 31, 2013
Wednesday, October 30, 2013
Monday, October 14, 2013
Sunday, October 13, 2013
This home is amazing, set up for sale, pictures show it could have been designed today, built in 1939… by Bob Hope
It’s listed at 27.5 million, it will be interesting to see who purchases it…
The eight bedroom, eight bath estate spans 14,876 square feet, and sits on more than five acres.
According to the LA Times, Richard Nixon’s helicopter once landed on the back lawn so the president could play a round at the nearby Lakeside Golf Club, and Lucille Ball and Jack Benny drank and gossiped at the holiday parties in the living room. Hope left the home to his wife, Dolores, when he passed away in 2003, two months after his 100th birthday. When Mrs. Hope passed away in 2011, it passed to their family members under the Dolores Hope Trust.
According to the listing, the original English Traditional main house was designed by architect Robert Finkelhor, & then remodelled in the 1950′s by architect John Elgin Woolf.
It comes with a guest house, staff quarters, indoor pool and spa, billiard room, bar, and chef’s kitchen. The master suite includes his and hers bedrooms, baths, closets and a shared study.
The grounds include an outdoor pool, sprawling lawns, a golf course and pristine gardens.