THE MUSIC IN 2008, Beau organized his first concert at Greenfield Lake, a celebra-tion
of The Penguin’s fifth anniversary. Since then, Willie Nelson, Bruce
Hornsby, Warren Haynes and many others have come through.
Throughout the years of being a radio host and concert producer Beau
has acquired some really cool stuff.
“Ann politely told me that my music memorabilia was not going to be all
over the house,” laughs Beau.
And so, the MoonTime Bar & Grill was born. Located on the bottom level,
it has a full view glass garage door that opens to the back deck. The actual bar
was built by Ann’s dad. The floor-to-ceiling mural of the moon looking back
at Earth paired with metallic epoxy flooring achieves what Beau calls “a lunar
themed watering hole.”
“The grill will come later,” Beau laughs. “It’s where we find ourselves enter-taining
It’s where you can find signed posters from Widespread Panic to Willie Nelson.
Ann called on Jacobsen, a friend and designer of the Nest office, for ways to
fuse music into the décor of the home. Jacobsen came up with the ukulele wall.
“I really loved those ukuleles, and they have these tall walls in the staircase.
I thought that would be a fun spot for them,” says Jacobsen.
Local artists and photographers featured in the home include Lyrica Squires,
Clark Hipolito, Sean Ruttkay, Tom Shaw (T. Shaw silkscreened posters) and
Juju + Co (bespoke wall hangings).
Electric Fingers by Ivey Hayes is reflected in the powder room mirror above the
wall-mounted faucet and vertical picket tile. Designer Julia Jacobsen proposed
adorning the lofty stairwell with ukuleles for the music-loving family.
home of distinction
54 september 2021