Sunday, October 30, 2011


Interior designer Terri Cannon-Nelson was no stranger to decorating when she designed the 1941 Cape that she shares with husband Delon and their two children. Nelson has worked for the talented Thomas O’Brien, one of my favorite designers, for 14 years. O’Brien introduced Terri to husband and fitness trainer Delon.

Nelson used an eclectic mix in their home, with two of the major pieces coming from O’Brien’s line of furnishing for Hickory Chair. She added antique and contemporary pieces into the mix. The neutral palette of muted colors gives the home a relaxed feel and an elegant look. ENJOY!

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Tatiana Doria said...

Wonderful home, thanks for sharing it!

The enchanted home said...

So pretty and liveable and elegant without feeling at all stuffy, beautiful family too and this home looks like its filled with a lot of love, the best kind of home!

Anonymous said...

love the fresh take on country's such a beautiful and relaxed home..

Unknown said...

Wow, what a pretty home. Elegant but understated. And love the white and black always my favorite interior combination.

Julie Taylor and Danni Greenwalt said...

Love the casual comfortable style. So cozy for a family. I also love her rugs.

Mona Thompson Providence Ltd. said...

Love the black doors and windows...A great house. XO Mona,

Kim@Chattafabulous said...

So beautiful and calming. Love this one, Teresa!

Julie@beingRUBY said...

Hi Teresa
Well I love this home.. the colours are perfect for creating a relaxing environment especially in the bedroom and dining areas.. Love how it's not too precious!!!

Have a great week.. and Happy Halloween.. ciao xxx Julie


What a great home! A great balance of simplicity and creativity! Stop by Im having a giveaway :)


Unknown said...

Nice home, very charming with rustic elegance and the kids add to the decor with their gorgeous faces. Very Beauutiful. This is what home should feel like.


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