Laurel Nest–the Dog Room

Yes, you read it correctly. This room is casually referred to as the “Dog Room” by homeowners Bill Cook and Michael Faust. A charming collection of dog-themed items–placed masterfully, of course–create a sense of warmth and welcome. The room is layered in dog paintings, ceramics, needlepoint and dog friendly fabrics. How lucky the guest who has such a welcoming spot!  And as you look at the photos, don’t miss the charming loft–another inviting space to steal away. To top it off, I’ve added photos of the side porch … and now we’ve covered it all.  I hope you have enjoyed the tour of this amazing home. Do you feel the challenge yet? It’s time to start re-arranging our rooms!

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Buster Brown welcomes you to the guest room. I love the way the rugs are layered–don’t worry if they are the wrong size, just add one more!

 

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The Cozy corner chair and blanket invite lazy days. The display of the collections is masterful–every inch is a learning experience.

 

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This Tartan chest provides storage and a little Scottish flair to the room. The small leather chairs are just too charming for words.

 

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The small door on the right leads to the most amazing loft. Hurry up the window lined stairs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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A small desk is tucked in near the stairs. Imagine being able to work here–or hide!

 

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A small daybed covered by a Pendleton blanket awaits the adventurous guest. Deer and bear prints line the walls.

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Arrangement ideas are everywhere in this small loft. The log cabin and canoe are great details for a mountain lake house.

 

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The bathroom contains the dog theme, too … notice the ‘dog bone’ detail on the crown molding. How beautiful is that turquoise vanity!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The side porch is perfect for entertaining. The windmill has moved outside anticipating summer.

 

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The stone walls, casement windows and locust log details add interest and charm to this side porch. Dinner under the stars overlooking the lake would be wonderful here.

 

Have a great week!

xo♥, Lissy

All photos by Lou Freeman

Provided by Bill Cook to lissyparker.com

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December 6, 2012

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4 Comments

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    designchic

    December 4, 2012

    Could this possibly be any more warm and inviting?! Just love all the layers and textures. Their guests may never leave…

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      lissyparker

      December 4, 2012

      I would never leave too. The whole house is just the most charming thing ever.
      xo

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    cindy hattersley

    December 4, 2012

    This whole tour has been fascinating! The amount of thought and detail put into the decor is just amazing!

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      lissyparker

      December 4, 2012

      Cindy, I could spend hours just finding new ideas!
      xo

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