No Kids Allowed
I remember thinking “how pretty” & “no kids allowed” when I came across this home while sourcing items for my basement bathroom. This house was featured as part of the Idea Homes from the Kohler website (I know, who knew?) and was also featured in Traditional Home magazine in 2007. Here’s the introduction excerpt from the site,
This home, styled for a sophisticated, well-traveled professional who loves to entertain, is one of three designed for the Traditional Home 2007 Built for Women III Showhouse in Woodstock, Georgia.
The + indicate the Kohler items.
I ended up buying the same vanity, lavatory, faucet and toilet as featured in the guest bathroom from this house. It was more than I wanted spend but of all the sourcing I did, both B and I liked this one the most. I thought the vanity could swing modern (given clean lines) or country (given the shabby chic look). The other reason I liked this vanity was because it worked well with the ‘feel’ of the basement and tie nicely with the built in wall unit we were having done in a little nook. Here’s a look… certainly, not a comparison but here's a peek. I love venetian mirrors and this mini is standing until I order a right size one.