The Juniper House was originally built by a family that moved to Kansas from France. Our main goal was to incorporate features that still drew out the historical French elements of this home. Tamara tried to add lighting that had a modern twist that could also fit in with a French Chateau style. Take a look below!

The great thing about remodeling old homes is that you find fascinating lights like this. This light in the entryway was original, we only had to clean it up.

A beautifully modern French styled light fixture hanging over the family room.

Fig tree: Suburban Lawn and Garden | Coffee table and Kadu Horns: Growing Days Collection found at Restoration Emporium | Pillows: Pottery Barn and Golden & Pine | Lamps: Pottery Barn | Plant: Suburban Lawn and Garden | Sofa & leather chair: Growing Days Collection

Lamp and Shaggy Pillow: Pottery Barn | Side Table: Growing Days Collection, found at Restoration Emporium | Artwork: Leopold | Floral arrangement: Branches and Twigs | Planters: Growing Days Collection at Restoration Emporium | Flowers: Branches and Twigs | Lantern and Leather Basket: Pottery Barn

How great is this light above the mud space?

Dutch: McCartney Cabinets | Leather pulls: CB2 | Hooks: Locks and Pulls

This light is definitely my daughters work!

Lighting: Wilson Lighting

The master was originally covered from head to toe in bright green wallpaper. We removed that and added neutral wallpaper. Tamara added a cozy light fixture that grasps the essence of the French Chateau.

Bedding: Pom Pom at Home | Basket found at the end of the bed: Growing Days collection at Restoration Emporium | Artwork: Leopold Gallery | Lamps: Barbra Cosgrove

To read Tamara’s Juniper House blog click HERE for part 1, HERE for part 2 and HERE for part 3.

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