Before you get too excited, I'm not talking about a sequel to the movie, just a sequel to the home design. Or, should I say 100-quel (whatever that would spell). The home in the movie, Something's Gotta Give, is one of the most copied (inspired) homes the past several years. It's no wonder why!
I was impressed by the most recent version in June's Traditional Home.
Let's start the tour...
Nothing like a grand foyer to say "Welcome!"
Fabulous kitchen with large island, lots of windows, and dark floors a gourmet chef does make.
Pre-dinner drinks on the veranda always delight...
before dining alfresco in disappearing sunlight.
A great back up space if rain or weather don't allow for outdoor dining.
After dinner it's time to retire to the family room for a movie, popcorn and fire.
Before going down for slumber it's time to soak in this luxurious tub. I'd surely turn to a prune never wanting to get out of this beauty.
Finally time to rest your head on a nice fluffy pillow.
Wake up, repeat!
Love the look but can't do an entire renovation? Check out Kelly Market's post on channeling this style in small ways.
All images via Traditional Home
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Homeowners: Sun and Jeff Chaney
Architect: Paul Moon
Interior Design: Susan Marinello
Photography: John Granen