Into the woods…

  1. LindsB says:

    I’m loving some elements of this house, and not loving others. I do love those windows, I could picture them in a two story foyer or family room, with the windows opening up to a great room above, it would be so pretty! Great post!

  2. Lauren says:

    I feel the same way as you guys. Some things about it are amazing but the bedroom did get a little too silly for me. (Although I did call my husband over when I was reading the article to check out the nightstand chandeliers- how pretty & functional are they?!) And that bathroom is perfection. Love the living room too & the pops of color in the chairs.

    And I'm still SO SAD about Cottage Living. It really was my favroite & I don't know where to go without it. 🙁 Right now I'm doing Domino, Country Living & House Beautiful… but nothing's giving me exactly what Cottage Living had-ah vell!

  3. Colour Me Happy says:

    Oh my god, I love, love, love, those wingback turquise chairs! Now thats a colour you don’t see too often on those kind of chairs! Great post!

  4. Paloma {La Dolce Vita} says:

    Those windows are so cool!

  5. No.35style says:

    Love those blue chairs and those windows!

  6. Courtney says:

    All the light fixtures in this house are beyond gorgeous!! Love love love. And those windows are another bonus. Great house and this will be another deeply missed mag!

  7. Julia @ Hooked on Houses says:

    I hadn’t seen your post about the Country Living House of the Year, so thanks for telling me about it. I enjoyed reading your thoughts and those of your readers. Glad I’m not the only one who had mixed feelings about it. I thought parts of it were really lovely, but there were other things I’d have to change if I lived there. I think the kitchen would be the first thing on my list to tackle. Just too dark for me with all that wood.

    P.S. Love your blog! 🙂

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