The "Full House" Home Grows Up

The "Full House" Home Grows Up

Jess Watson
Jan 19, 2010

The Olsen twins have grown up since their appearance on "Full House" and so has their home. The exterior of the house may continue to provide some nostalgia to children of the eighties and nineties, but the interior belongs to interior designer Courtnay Daniels Haden, her family and her love of art and antiques.

Featured in Elle Decor's January/February 2010 issue, the Victorian was purchased by Courtnay Daniels Haden in 2006. The appreciation for furnishings and objects gained from her stint working at Christie's auction house becomes apparent through the 18th-century English bureau in her daughter's room, the miniature 6th-century Roman marble bust her son carries around the house and the contemporary art works by Kara Walker and Donald Judd.

To see the full slideshow for this chic (and child friendly) home, see Elle Decor's article on "Reviving a Victorian Home."

(Image credits: Simon Upton / Elle Decor)

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