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Charlotte Home A Rama Post 3: David Weekley Homes


Home A Rama this year was incredible, and I am so happy to bring you pictures from each of the amazing houses featured. Unfortunately, I was unable to find any professionally taken photos for the David Weekley home, so your going to have to put up with my blurry images, but even with the blurriness the absolute beauty of this Victorian Farm house is still apparent! The most amazing part of this home was the built ins, from the heavy railings on the staircase, and built-in bookshelves, to the incredible leaded glass hutch in the kitchen you can tell that this company knows where their strengths are.

Victorian: 3,638 SQ Feet
Builder: David Weekley Homes
Interior Designer: Claudine Imler

Large front porch with painted concrete floors, pale blue painted ceilings and beautiful seating areas.

Another side of the wrap around front porch, there was even another entrance area that takes you straight into the mud room.

The entryway is complimented by the incredible dark wood, iron, and glass door with motifs that are set off by the interior wood bench.

Another view of the foyer.

The  dining room was one of my favorite spaces in the house. It’s rustic, warm, earthy, and extremely elegant. The tall windows brought in so much light, which was set off by the soft lights coming from behind the molding in the ceiling tray.

The flowers and gourds lent an amazing autumnal feel, but the room could still easily be changed with the seasons.

This beautiful bathroom set under the stairs has a strong vintage feel with a black and white octagonal tile floor, subway tile chair rail, and pub green walls.  So sorry for the blurriness

The beautiful country kitchen, had an incredible amount of storage in both the pantry, as well as in the large cabinets.

The chalk board paint goes all the way around the pantry, I love this for easy organization, for more then just your wine, no more can your husband tell you he can’t find something.

Beautifully upholstered chair in the study.

Outdoor Seating Area

Hallway to master bedroom, mud-room, and porch.

The master bedroom was a mix of red, khaki, and black it was very modern and elegant.

The large master bath was really pretty, but I would get killed trying to get in and out of the tub, but no worry there is a surprise on the private patio of the bathroom.

Oh yes it’s a private jacuzzi of the master bathroom!

Beautiful built in on the staircase landing, I love the pub green backing.

I loved how they set up the loft for tons of activity, there was a large tv on the wall with a Wii, off this room is an amazing movie theater.

The first bedroom was simple with an ocean theme, I liked that it was gender neutral, not something you often see in model houses. I do have to say this, someone should have caught the picture of the Harp Seal with a paddle under it, just kind of tasteless though I am sure it was an accident.

The little girls nursery was decadently pink, with beautiful airy curtains and heavy cherry wooden furniture.

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