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Take A Peek Inside The Home Of HGTV's Erin Napier
A lyre is carved into each banister along the stairs, and Erin Napier incorporated a bit of whimsy by displaying their daughters’ framed artworks along it.
At the bottom of the stairs is a train bench restored by Matt Fonderen beside a cushion and the red side table, and the area is illuminated by a gold-plated table lamp.
Girls' Bedrooms
The second floor of the Napiers' home is dedicated to their young daughters, and it features peel-and-stick wallpapers that bring a forest-like dreamscape.
Mae's room features a custom arched doorway and stained glass, creating the illusion of an otherworldly space. Both bedrooms
also feature wall sconces.
Living Room
The living room boasts wood beams on a high ceiling, an original fireplace, wood floors, and floor-to-ceiling windows that bring the outside in and open up the space.
The smaller sofa was purchased by Erin's mother in 1999, and Erin’s husband Ben built the large coffee table. At night, the table lamps and fireplace provide warm lighting.
The Napiers preserved the English architecture in the kitchen, and brass and wood are combined in exciting ways throughout the space, giving it a worn, farmhouse feel.
The ceiling beams were built by Ben Napier, and the open floor plan creates a more informal energy in the space, great for family gatherings.
Main Bedroom
The main bedroom has a minimalist palette of earth tones and wood and has a nature-infused spa-like quality thanks to bamboo blinds and linen curtains.
The artwork is kept to a minimum to open up the space, and the Napiers installed a tall, in-built bookcase complete
with a library ladder for
ease of movement.