Thursday, April 30, 2009
Photo courtesy of Shaw Floors.
I love so many features about this room. The high ceilings with the exposed beams, the dark rustic wood floors, and the archways make up the framework of the room. But the furniture and accessories are what really make it sing. Sofa and chairs with great lines in neutral fabrics mixed in with wood tables in unique shapes, a utilitarian metal trunk and wicker baskets accented with gorgeous oversized glass vases and pillows in graphic prints, ohhh la la...
Tuesday, April 28, 2009
Take a peek into his beautiful world...
Friday, April 24, 2009
How I wish I would have had a panoramic camera in that moment...
Thursday, April 23, 2009
I am especially enamored by the first photo of the still life...
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Monday, April 20, 2009
Tuesday, April 14, 2009
I long to do something similar on our property someday...
Thursday, April 9, 2009
Before I get to that I wanted to share some photos of the exterior of the Modern Countryside house in yesterday's post and also some exterior shots of the Hoke House (Cullen House in the movie Twilight). There are a lot of great similarities to the exterior features of these two homes.
The first three are of the Modern Countryside Home.
The next four are of the Hoke House from the movie.
The exterior of the Cullen house described in the book more resembles this house below. This is the Miller Tree Inn Bed & Breakfast and they advertise themselves as the "home of the Cullens".
Completely different style of architecture used for this home as opposed to the house that was featured in the movie. One traditional and the other very modern.
Which style of home would you prefer to have seen used in the movie?
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