Amazing home tour–Hannah’s house

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I have a wonderful friend named Hannah – she is sweet, spunky, and Southern!  She was one of my roommates in college and we have stayed close ever since despite living in different states.

Mitch and I got to spend a great weekend with Hannah and her husband Jack a couple weeks ago.  While we were there, I just had to take some pictures of her gorgeous house to share with you all.  Hannah’s house has great architecture from the 1920s and she highlights that architecture brilliantly.

My favorites are her four gorgeous mantles.

In the living room…

living room mantle

Music room…

music room fireplace

Office…

office mantle

And dining room.  And check out the beautiful built in hutch.

dining room built ins

This is the view from the front door.  The house has a beautiful, wide entryway.  And a gorgeous antique sofa.

main hall

And the stairs are absolutely gorgeous.

staircase

Aside from the amazing architecture, Hannah is a genius at setting up simple but beautiful vignettes.  I love this silver table in her dining room.  The wreath adds the perfect pop of color and the mix of candlesticks in the tray are the perfect touch.

red and silver

I know – she is a genius. I love how she uses antique and new pieces together in a bright, classic way.  She could totally be an interior designer.

Thanks for letting me share, Hannah!

So what do you think?  What is your favorite part of the tour?  Do any of you have amazingly talented friends that you would be incredibly jealous of if you didn’t love them so much?

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  1. says

    WOW- she really does have an absolutely gorgeous house – I wanna see the REST!!!!!!

    You had better go back again soon and get more pics, ok?

    Thanks for sharing – I am jealous in a good way of her, too, so you aren’t alone!!!!

    Have a wonderful Sunday!

  2. Brenda Cross says

    I don’t think I’ve ever seen books displayed with the spines toward the wall. The jury is out on that one, don’t know yet if I like it, or even understand it. Can someone explain it to me? Everything else…I LOVE!!!

    • Carrie says

      Brenda, I know what you mean. It is definitely more for looks than for practicality. My friend is a book lover like me but many of the book covers aren’t all that attractive, thus the turned out pages. The funny thing is she still always seems to know what book is where!

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