How about a Grand Piano for the Entry?

This is my 37th attempt at writing this post.

I’ve been trying to find a clever way to say I’ve been so very busy that I haven’t had a chance to blog. Not happening. The clever blogging bug isn’t biting this evening.

Instead, I’m just going to say how very thankful I am to be so busy and share a few photos I took during this year’s Parade of Homes. Which was the first of October. It’s now December. Enough said.

Loved the dining room. From the mirrors to the oversized chairs to the chandelier to the tablescape. I would rather see a darker stain on the table but that’s just me.

Grand piano in the entry. Isn’t that chandelier beyond stunning? So different from the dining room but I loved them both.

And continuing the music theme of the foyer…vintage music, complete with handwritten notes, enlarged and framed. Such a simple idea yielding a big impact. And so easy to duplicate.

I hope to share additional photos in the future but in the meantime to see more of this beautiful  8,488 sf home visit Allenton Custom Homes.

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7 Responses to How about a Grand Piano for the Entry?

  1. Sonia says:

    Beautiful home and photos! I love the dining room and the vintage sheet music! Hope you are enjoying the holidays! Merry Christmas!
    Miss Bloomers

  2. Stacey says:

    I thought you must be swamped. Take time to enjoy the holiday season. :)

  3. Shenita says:

    Beautiful home, Sonya! I love the sheet music; and I have seen some wonderful sheet music decor this holiday season! This home is gorgeous! Thanks for sharing!

  4. Traci says:

    So pretty! I love the dining room especially! I hope you’re planning to share more obnoxious pictures!!!

  5. Stacy says:

    I do love this dining room, but I agree with you; the table needs a darker stain. :) Especially like the grouping of mirrors and the funky chandelier.

  6. Mandy says:

    Beautiful pics Sonya! I’ve been busy too… a luxury problem we have :-)

  7. Pat says:

    Gorgeous! Love the music notes framed ~