At Home with Robert "Ferd" Frank and Sharon Siefert
Date: 10/28/2011 Album ID: 1347957
Photos by Emily Rasinski
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Robert "Ferd" Frank's home in Fenton features bright colors, mosaic tiles, antiques, and original artwork. Frank said it took 10 years to do the mosaic flooring in the first floor of his 140-year-old Fenton home. Frank said he took inspiration in decorating his house from the Venice Cafe. "I made it to look like my favorite bar," he said.
The downstairs bathroom is covered in mosaic tiles at the home of Robert Ferd Frank and Sharon Siefert in Fenton.  Frank said it took 10 years to do the mosaic flooring in the first floor of his 140 year old home. 
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Robert Ferd Frank said he took inspiration in decorating his house from the Venice Cafe.  I made it to look like my favorite bar, he said. 
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Robert Ferd Frank's dining room table came from his grandparents home. 
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Robert Ferd Frank calls his living room his Jetson's Sports Bar.
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Robert Ferd Frank said it took about 10 years to put mosaic tiles throughout the first floor of his home in Fenton.
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Robert Ferd Frank calls his living room (pictured at right) his Jetson's Sports Bar. 
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Robert Ferd Frank joked that there are no straight lines in his Fenton home. His friend Steve Gestring helped him with his window treatments. 
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Robert Ferd Frank's Wossat was given to him by his step grandfather. The Wossat is a musical instrument he regularly plays. 
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Robert Ferd Frank calls the gold stools in his kitchen his Elvis chairs.
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Pee-wee Hermans line the stairs at the home of Robert Ferd Frank and Sharon Siefert in Fenton.  
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at the home of Robert Ferd Frank and Sharon Siefert in Fenton.  
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Details from the home of Robert Ferd Frank and Sharon Siefert in Fenton.  
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John Mellencamp gave Robert Ferd Frank the painting that is hanging in he dining room. Frank played bass in Mellencamp's band from 1976- 1982.
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The downstairs bathroom is covered in mosaic tiles at the home of Robert Ferd Frank and Sharon Siefert in Fenton.  Frank said it took 10 years to do the mosaic flooring in the first floor of his 140 year old home. 
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A detail of the mosaic tiled in the downstairs bathroom at the home of Robert Ferd Frank and Sharon Siefert in Fenton.  
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Robert Ferd Frank's home in Fenton features bright colors, mosaic tiles, and original artwork.
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Robert Ferd Frank photoshopped himself into a photo with Adam Wainwright from the 2006 World Series. 
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Robert Ferd Frank's dining room table came from his grandparents home. 
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A purple mosaic tiled fireplace is one unique feature at the home of Robert Ferd Frank and Sharon Siefert in Fenton.  
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Robert Ferd Frank and Sharon Siefert pose in their home in Fenton.  
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