While I was in Hinsdale, I was fortunate enough to tour one of the most iconic homes in this charming Chicago suburb. Anna Fiascone took me through this colorful home that was once a dairy barn in 1898 for the house next door. In 1924, it was converted into a residence. Despite a long history, the home is still perfectly functioning for a modern family- plus, full of charm!
The owners love blues and greens, as well as art from South Carolina. It was a fresh welcome to see coastal elements incorporated throughout. Real estate agent Anna Fiascone emphasizes the importance of this home to the community. It sits in a highly visible area of town, and is a treasure that is happily preserved.
I hope you all enjoy this colorful Beyond the Curb home tour with Anna Fiascone! Thanks to Anna and the homeowners for allowing us to take a peek inside!
The owner had the most adorable collection of dish ware and accessories from Olive Lane!
Love her Farrow & Ball wallpaper!
The table below is painted in Farrow & Ball Elephant’s Breath
The countertops are made of crushed shell! I love how the refrigerator and freezer doors are seamless into the wall.
So many wonderful preserved details.
A beautiful collection of cookies, complete with The Potted Boxwood logo. What a thoughtful and sweet homeowner!
These cookies were absolutely delicious too. From Toni’s Patisserie in downtown Hinsdale.