Saturday, August 10, 2013

MainStreet America Home Tours

So far I have shared the first 3 of 12 model homes at MainStreet America. Today I am going to show y'all two more. 
The Cape Pointe beach cottage is one of my favorite of the 12 we toured that day.
Cape Pointe is three bedrooms, 2 bath 1800 sq foot home.
It welcomes you with its beauty the moment you step inside.

The flooring was gorgeous and would you believe me if I told you it was not wood but tile!? 
Oldest looked up to see who it was made by. I may have to locate some for a future project.

The kitchen counter tops were fabulous and upon further inspection I realized that they were not a solid surface but Formica! Formica sure has come a long way.

This light is dreamy! I am wanting this style for on our back porch. I think a ceiling fan is going to win out though.
Next up came The Timbergrove. I just loved the outside of this home.
2300 sq feet with 3 bedrooms and two baths.

The porch ceiling was to die for!

I really liked the floor to ceiling rock fireplace but I would have added a rustic mantle.

Hope y'all are enjoying the tour of homes! If you missed the first three or are wondering what MainStreet America is you can click here and here.

See ya back here tomorrow for 'How I Found My Style Sundays".


  1. Love that porch ceiling and the lighting in the kitchen is so pretty! Thanks for sharing the pics!

  2. What is it about no mantle? I love having a mantle. I love these homes though...lots of inspirational ideas. We have the same type of wood porcelain tiles in our bath (different color) and I love them. It is the coolest look and they are super easy to keep clean.

  3. Really enjoying these tours.

    We put in that wood look tile around our fireplace to stay to code when we did whole-house hardwood flooring.

  4. WoW! They are both so beautiful! Makes me want to go out and hire a decorator STAT!

  5. I just saw the wood like tile at Home Depot this week. I love this idea. When we built our house I wanted ceramic tile in the foyer & kitchen and my hubby wanted hardwood. This would have been the perfect compromise.(we went with the hardwood)


  6. Thanks for the tour Pamela...the rooms are beautiful!...and I love the front porch of my neighbors has a similar one and have always admired it!


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