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January 08, 2010


I got this edition of livingetc. - it was a beautiful house, wasn't it?

really beautiful indeed- and very clean lines, which traditional cottages most certainly don't have...

i just love everything....

oh i love that painting in the top right hand corner.and the claw foot tub...i dream of having one!
beautiful space!

The dining room is gorgeous.

So pretty. I'm loving those painted portraits everyone seems to have. I want one. Or one of my cat. For obvious reasons.

Cute. Looks like some great inspiration.

I can see why you'd love it. It's got soul and seems so very comfortable and real... Beautiful.


ahh i love it too. i think the bathroom might be my favorite part.


I'm so ready to move right in. I love the soft green paneling and claw-foot tub in the bathroom.

I would be very happy living here. I love the wood and the colors and the painting/print in the top-right photo!

just lovely! english cottages are always so pokey, relaxed and look like a perfect place to live!

Love it! And I have that same wicker lampshade! Gives me inspiration to try for more of their beautiful things

It's a beautiful house - even better, I believe it's just around the corner from Charleston House!

what a pretty house. I'm really liking the bench seating in the dining area.

i havent been blogging for a while, but upon coming back i was so happy to remember yours as one of my all time favorites

i love this english cottage, it is so perfect.

have a lovely rest of the weekend


I never tire of old paintings and bird cages.

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