This is the final house tour from the Homearama I had a chance to attend in Liberty Township, Ohio, which is about halfway between Cincinnati and Dayton. The Bella Noelle was built by Clayton Douglas Homes and won the “Favorite Decorating” award at the show. Take a look!
The front porch had a stained beadboard ceiling and painted shutters:
Off the foyer there’s a dining room to the right…
…and a library to the left:
The first-floor master suite is around the corner from the study:
There’s reclaimed wood on the ceiling. A guide who was in the room when I went through told me it was leftover flooring that was used in the rest of the house.
The sitting area off the master bedroom was surrounded by windows and felt like a little sunroom with views of the backyard and access to a covered porch. Really liked that.
You can watch a video about the master suite in which designer Cindy Crawford talks about the space here.
The walk-in shower has a thermostat so you can program the temp you want the water to be:
The upstairs landing had a TV watching area that I failed to get a decent photo of (so you’ll have to use your imagination, I’m afraid):
There are three bedrooms and three baths upstairs:
I thought the black and white tile floors in this bathroom were interesting:
They painted the ceiling in this girl’s room a vibrant pink:
This bedroom was a striking royal blue:
Heading back downstairs…
A “wine grotto” on the landing as you go downstairs to the lower level:
There’s a niche where you can display your motorcycle, in case you were wondering where to put yours:
Enough televisions for you to watch three shows at once if you want!
And don’t forget the poker room:
Back upstairs, this hallway leads off the kitchen to a laundry room, powder room, and the garage:
In the main living area of the house, barrel-vaulted beamed ceilings connected the Great Room to the kitchen.
I thought the tile they used in the kitchen was pretty:
This was one of the biggest houses on the tour with 7,112 square feet (most of the others we saw were closer to 6,000).
Considering the size of the house, the kitchen didn’t seem all that big.
The beamed ceilings above the eating area:
There’s a covered porch on the back of the house:
The backyard had this interesting planter with a water feature:
Lily always made a beeline for any chairs that weren’t roped off. 🙂
Here are the floorplans for the house:
The Bella Noelle was built by Clayton Douglas Homes and decorated by Designs on Madison. You can see more photos and take a video tour of the house on the Homearama Facebook page. What do you think of this one?
Hope you enjoyed all the house tours this week! Do you have a favorite?