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My Space: Home of Elizabeth Pinky Edens

Elizabeth Pinky Edens of Perrysburg fell in love with the strength and serenity found in stone while visiting Bath, England, in 2006. Upon her return home she converted a first-floor bedroom into a peaceful sanctuary where medieval meets modern. CLICK ANY IMAGE TO VIEW FULL SIZE, START SLIDESHOW.

Pinky Edens fell in love with stone when she visited her daughter in England and decided to build a stone chapel in her Perrsyburg ranch home. It's in a former bedroom, and she created it in collaboration with a builder. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Pinky Edens fell in love with stone when she visited her daughter in England and decided to build a stone ...
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An oblong stone fountain babbles in the center of the room. Two chaises bring modern lines into the medieval-inspired room. Enlarge | Buy This Photo An oblong stone fountain babbles in the center of the room. Two chaises bring modern lines into the medieval-inspired room.
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Statues of St. Francis of Asissi, left, and an angel, right, stand on opposite sides of a stone wall. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Statues of St. Francis of Asissi, left, and an angel, right, stand on opposite sides of a stone wall.
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A statue of St. Francis of Asissi stands in the corner of the room. Enlarge | Buy This Photo A statue of St. Francis of Asissi stands in the corner of the room.
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A Tiffany tile and marble piece hangs in the center of the stone wall, above an arched gas fireplace. Enlarge | Buy This Photo A Tiffany tile and marble piece hangs in the center of the stone wall, above an arched gas fireplace.
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Opposite the windows and fireplace sits a prayer alcove and the room's wrought-iron doorway. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Opposite the windows and fireplace sits a prayer alcove and the room's wrought-iron doorway.
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A harp, belonging to Mrs. Edens' son, Salvador Barone, and kneeling bench add to the rooms serene atmosphere. Enlarge | Buy This Photo A harp, belonging to Mrs. Edens' son, Salvador Barone, and kneeling bench add to the rooms serene atmosphere.
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The arched stone alcove, with a seat covered in decorative pillows, is a cozy seat for two. The alcove was converted from a closet. Enlarge | Buy This Photo The arched stone alcove, with a seat covered in decorative pillows, is a cozy seat for two. The alcove was ...
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A prie-dieu, with its thick kneeling cushion covered with fabric reproduced from an old English pattern, faces the stone wall and windows. Enlarge | Buy This Photo A prie-dieu, with its thick kneeling cushion covered with fabric reproduced from an old English pattern, faces the stone ...
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The garden outside the chapel room, which can be seen through the arched windows, features flowers mentioned in the Bible. Enlarge | Buy This Photo The garden outside the chapel room, which can be seen through the arched windows, features flowers mentioned in the Bible.
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The black, wrought-iron gate doorway was designed by Mrs. Edens and created locally. Enlarge | Buy This Photo The black, wrought-iron gate doorway was designed by Mrs. Edens and created locally.
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