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Friday, August 21, 2015

The Hamptons Show House - Take 1

Hello dear friends!  I know I say this every week, but I can't believe it's Friday all ready.  I am separating the show house tour into three separate posts.  I have so many pics that I want to share with you and it would take forever to download my blog if I put it all into one post.  If you missed my first post about my day of shopping and dining, you can find it here.

I was so excited to go to this, I had butterflies in my tummy when we drove up to the house.  I played it cool in front of the other ladies, though.



Sothebys

If you like what you see, it is for sale for $5,795,000.  Tell them I sent you - maybe they'll give me commission.







Miss M told me that her daughter bought a sailboat just like this one at the Christmas Tree Shop.






From the moment you enter... you sense the beach side theme.



A large light and bright front hall.




The wall covering was grasscloth.  Being the show house nut aficionado that I am, grasscloth has become very popular.  My parents used to have it in their guest room a hundred years ago.






I know someone that would love that princess bed.











This is the living room off of the kitchen.  I didn't get a lot of pics of this room because the lady in charge kept giving me stern looks, even though photos were allowed.  She reminded me of Sister Sheehan on a bad day.


Dude enjoying the comfort of the den. 












The ladies debating whether they like a large sectional or not.







A man cave den off the other den.  




Next time the Mister runs to town, I'm going to tell him to pick up a kayak. I won't tell him what it's for...


I loved the mud room.  The jury was still out with the ladies.





"When you pick up the kayak, Mister, bring home a couple of beach chairs too."

Stay tuned for Take 2 on the show house.  Have a wonderful weekend.  So, what do you think of the house so far? 

Until next time...









Katie Clooney
Katie Clooney

I'm Katie. Thanks for stopping by my blog. I am an empty nester meandering through my middle-aged years while entangled in the never-ending process of renovating an antique home on the South Shore of Massachusetts. I love to write about books, movies, TV, celebrities, decorating, and weekend adventures. My favorite writing material is derived from my family: the Mister, my girls, #1 and #2, and my two untrainable, rambunctious pups, Chowdah and Chili.

15 comments:

  1. All so wonderful to see. I have always loved grass cloth, but since I'm still removing wallpaper I swore to myself I will never use it again - but never say never right?

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  2. Nice "investigative research"! I went a few days ago and though I can't say it held tons of curb appeal (can you imagine being in that forest at night)! There were many bright spots inside.....I thought there was a lot of really creative hands at work and I overall really enjoyed it....it was fresh and welcoming. Look forward to part 2 (you reminded me that I need to start watermarking my pictures) You are one step ahead.......enjoy your weekend!!

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  3. I really like all the color and pattern in the mud room. Thanks for all your hard work. Really enjoy the show house posts.

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    1. Hi Kelly, Love that cute little profile pic! Between you and me, the mud room was my favorite. Enjoy your Sunday!

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  4. What a house! I checked with the Hubster he says no go on the price...I say what's 5 million plus to please your wife?
    I have to be honest I don't think I am going to win. Beatiful, can't wait to see the rest.

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  5. I pulled out my piggy bank, but I'm afraid the $12.57 cents I have in there won't quite cover it. Love all of the beachey things. xo Laura

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  6. Love it so far! That princess bed would be put to good use On Pinehurst Place also!

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  7. Finally a show house where you were allowed to take photos - yay! Beautiful! Thank you for sharing.

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  8. Wow - a fabulous house - but kind of chaotic decorating! I understand that it is a "show" house but it think it could use a little editing. I laughed out loud at the Wellies on the TOP shelf in the mud room...not the most practical place for them. BUT....Love your commentary as usual - keep up the good work Katie!

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    1. Thanks kmafz! Chaotic decorating? You ain't seen nothin' yet! Wait til you see the rest of the house!

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  9. The dusting??? Ewww! Too much chatsky!
    Love the beach vibe tho

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  10. Oh, my, how interesting! Lots of fabric mixes for sure. I'd say, to each his own. Happy week!

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  11. The house is beautiful! I'm so glad that they let you take pictures! I'm a big fan of the nautical theme and all the lovely blues. This isn't one of the homes Fredrik was selling on Million Dollar Listing NY, is it?

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