Arthur Rutenberg Homes builds in several communities in the area, including my own. I have never seen one of their homes that I didn’t think was beautiful, and this Homearama house is no different. It is called the Asheville and measures in at 3,965 square feet with 4 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms. Come inside…
The color in this house is decidedly teal. But, I love teal right now. And paired with the chartreuse the way it is here, it’s a winner. This is the great room. It even has a bar. I mean a real bar that you can sit at. And it is open to the kitchen and eating area. Perfect for entertaining!
Look at this shot of the whole downstairs almost. What great flow to this house!
The kitchen was spacious and had some really neat features. Check out the raised middle of the island for example. There are outlets in it for small appliances and it hides all the dirty dishes in the sink from view. Awesome!
The home office was very generous too. I fell in love with the fabric on the pillows on the accent chairs. I immediately came home to find it online. It is Robert Allen Quintessence in Tourmaline and it is $95/ yard. I think I’ll be waiting for it to go on sale.
Check out the dining room with its pop of spectacular peacock blue! What a great little nook – perfect to tuck in your serving furniture and to add a pop of color. Plus the ceiling!!!! I must find a room to do a planked ceiling.
The master bedroom was very calming with just the right amount of color. Same with the master bath. Both were just the right size. Sometimes I’ll see a huge master suite and I’ll think “What a waste of space. It’s just used to sleep.”
Upstairs was a FABULOUS bonus room! Look at those beams! I fell in love! The homework area was painted with chalkboard paint to make working out problems or just doodling more fun. And it was the perfect “hallway” between bedrooms. Not a waste of space here!
All of the guest rooms were fantastic. And the guest bath. In keeping with the color scheme, lots of blues and greens.