Well, we didn’t get the house, yet again. We keep getting edged out by buyers with the exact same offer, only in cash. Who are these people, and where did they get all of this money? Sigh. Oh well. Back to looking at pictures – I’ll have the house put together before we even buy it.
I know it’s a car ad, but check out those stairs!
Sometimes I love red and sometimes I just think it’s overdone, but it looks really good in this house. I like all of the vaguely ethnic details.
A little fuzzy but you get the point – STORAGE!
I’ll take three of these, please. I like the wood garage, the cultured stone, and the modern lines that are reminiscent of Frank Lloyd Wright. I bet it’s even more gorgeous in the summertime.
I like this modern take on a library. Mine would have more books, of course.
Another fuzzy one. I don’t know if I know any writers that are this organized, but I like it. Good use of old furniture and lovely-looking organization.
I am on a serious hunt for an old card catalog. I think it would complete my collection of old furniture. I’d love to see what the full photograph in the background looks like.
There is nothing to not like about this one. Reading and forts? It’s like a grown-up version of my childhood.
I think that I kind of want some pin-striped wallpaper.
Oh, how I heart this kitchen. A little bit old, a little bit modern, it just seems like a comfortable place to make a meal.
There is something about bookshelves that just make a place seem so alive. I like these because they can be taken down and put back up in every configuation – the weight of the books holds them in place.
The outside here seems a little austere, but I love the colors and the combo of wood and brick.
I wonder what it would be like to live in one of these modern beauties. Would it be ok on the inside, or would you just feel like you were living in a gallery?
OK I think I’ve got it all out of my system for now. Any more pictures without a house to apply them to and I’m going to start getting depressed. Let’s get back to it then!