Parade of Home Part 4: Marie Osmond’s Home

Marie Osmond’s House Part 1

It really was a beautiful home.

It was called “The Arabesque”

(#24 in the parade)

Quite so with all the arabesque shapes all around the house.

From the iron work on the entrance, to the fence in the courtyard and some in the house.

Enjoy!

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Her house was very stratigically placed at the top of the neighborhood, so she would have privacy.

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Entrance into the Casita

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No Joke.  This was the line to even get into the house!

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I loved all the lighting in this house!

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To the right of the hot tub you can see a little piece of the splash pad for the kids.

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The drop down in the ceiling in the picture above, is where the wall opened up in the master bedroom to the patio.

I found these pendant lights yesterday on http://www.lampsplus.com/products/pendant-lighting/

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Isn’t this sink fabulous?

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From the shower you could walk into the sauna.

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“His” closet

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“Her” closet

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This makeup counter was in her closet with her makeup lights

and sink to wash her hands off after she does her makeup.

Every girls dream!

I just wish I had time to sit down when I do my makeup!

I am sentimental, so I loved the little treasures she had framed around the house.

Like her Grandmother’s jewelry above her mirror.

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She had a wall of these jewelry cabinets.

3 total.  They were all full length mirrors.

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Part 2 of Marie’s house on the blog tomorrow!

The family room, theater, playroom, guest bedrooms and sewing room.

If you would like more info on the house go to:

http://paradehomes.com/parade-homes/

House #24

Have a wonderful day!


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