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Reader's home, in Home magazine

Julie Carlson of Remodelista blog emailed that her totally remodeled California home was featured in Home magazine. When I took a look at the photos, it was like everything I had always wanted in my home was there in hers! Incredible storage ideas, the cutest desk next to the kitchen with yet more storage, and even an outdoor bathing area!! And all in white. *SIGH*

If you love her bedroom (yep, I DO - the built-in shelving is FAB!!), then check out her "steal this look" post. P.S. Her architect was Jerome Buttrick and photographed by David Duncan Livingston.

Reader Comments (6)

Mmmm...yes, this is quite lovely. Admire those who can create a clean, simple look without being too sparse or cold. Love the whole place! My frenetic brain just took a lovely little visual vacation. Siiiigh! :)

6 Jun 2008 | Unregistered CommenterUncle Beefy

This is absolutely gorgeous! I really love the simple touches- the pull out folding station is wonderful, and I love the storage above the cabinets in the kitchen!

6 Jun 2008 | Unregistered CommenterErin Lang Norris

Beautiful home and so many clever storage solutions!

7 Jun 2008 | Unregistered Commentermidcenturyjo

Love this remodel. Helping a friend with a remodel and suggested soapstone or Ceasarstone quartz countertops. Also love the look of these cement and recycled newspaper countertops. Wonder where to find these?

7 Jun 2008 | Unregistered CommenterCococozy

What a dainty lovely house. High ceilings and wide glass doors really makes it airy and filled with natural light. Nice kitchen too.

7 Jun 2008 | Unregistered CommenterAnn

I love this house. It could quite easily be my dream house. So clean and pretty and thoughtfully appointed.
I love the green and yellow bowls in the kitchen, and the ceilings are incredible throughout.

(Typed on a not-so-comfy couch in my smallish NYC apartment.) sigh.

8 Jun 2008 | Unregistered CommenterThe Lil Bee

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