The home was move-in ready, and needed no renovations. The Morizurs simply added their transitional French decor into the space to make it their own.
“In our last house my husband redid almost everything,” said Martha. “When we bought this house we kind of didn’t want him to have to be working all the time on it.”
Residents: Jean-Francois and Martha Morizur, their daughter, Jillian, and their cat, Salmon.
Size: 6,520 square feet with five bedrooms and six bathrooms.
Year built: 2001
Year bought: 2017
Architectural style: Traditional brick
Favorite architectural elements: covered veranda with fireplace, walkout basement and master bedroom on the main floor.
Interior design styles: Transitional
Favorite interior design elements: gold ceiling feature in the dining room, live edge dining table, fleur-de-lis elements throughout the space and wood carvings by Martha's father throughout the home.
Collections: Fleur-de-lis decor, sculptures by Bob Zasadny and carvings by Martha's father.
Favorite outdoor feature: Saltwater pool with vanishing edge and spa
Resources: Furniture and decor from Havertys, Ballard Designs, Crate & Barrel, Overstock.com, Wayfair, At Home, Amazon.com, Tuesday Morning, Arhaus, Target, Hobby Lobby, HomeGoods, Value City, Burlington, and Ikea.
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