Greg and Carrie Lovett are hosting a site on the home tour. The Lovett's home was constructed in 2007. They are the home's only owners.
Immediately upon entering the home, you will be greeted by bright and cheery colors. Bright artwork painted by J Roy Bal festoons the hall.
The guest room is next to the foyer. This room is decorated in chocolate browns and red. A Christmas tree is placed in the corner. A door leads to the guest bath. Opposite is the dining room. The dining room has green walls and tall, slender Christmas trees.
The decorations on the trees are family and Hallmark ornaments. Garland and bright round ornaments top the dining table.
The master suite is decorated in chocolate and slate blue. A glistening brown Christmas tree stands near a relaxing lounge chair. Large closets provide storage. The master bath holds a double sink vanity. The whirlpool tub is adjacent to a stand shower.
The living room invites you to sit on a plush couch. A flat screen television is mounted on the wall. A shelf sits in the corner with pictures of the couple's daughter, Mackenzie, through the years. A large live tree is decorated in bright colors that match the kitchen.
The kitchen is a hostess' fantasy. Bright turquoise covers the walls and red coverings drape from the windows. A collection of Fiesta china is showcased in a plate rack. Bright glass ornament garland and trees are on the counters, cabinets and shelves.
Bright glass artwork, purchased at the Covered Bridge Festival, is mounted on the wall.
The owner's love to entertain and to accommodate their gatherings, they have installed two dishwashers and ovens in their home. A built-in home office is near the kitchen and leads to the laundry room. The laundry room is complete with a utility sink.
Upstairs, Mackenzie enjoys a large playroom. A tree is here, decorated in a Wizard of Oz motif. The walls are a bright pink and any young girls' dream. Mackenzie's room is complete with posh furniture. Mackenzie's collection of kitchen fairies is found on the shelves. A girlie pink tree is in the window and a princess tree is next to the bed.
Beside Mackenzie's room is a bright yellow nursery. Winnie The Pooh is the theme here, complete with a Pooh Christmas tree in the window.
Mackenzie's bathroom is bright green and embellished with frogs. More J Roy Ball art is found in the upstairs hallway.
The Home Tour will take place from 1-5 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 5. Tickets are $5 in advance and $7 at the door.
Tickets may be purchased at the main branch of Riddell National Bank or by calling 448-9620 or 442-1300.