Tuesday, June 8, 2010

One Image Drew Me In


This one!!!
I loved the settee....
But on further examination...
I found this home interesting because it looked as if
Bonnie & Clyde might be hiding out in it.
*A movie set.

Well...?
Movie set or no?

I want your HONEST opinion....

these rooms were featured in Country Living.


What is your take on this place?
Likie or No Likie???

On weekends they could have 'dust mite' races.

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12 comments:

  1. It looks very Nanna's place in the country! We have few homes round here that have that look and feeling. Comfortable, lived in and just slightly old fashioned! I do like it. Renee thank you for visiting if you want to leave me an address I can give you more info on what I am doing and why. It has helped a lot!

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  2. Likie...and it makes me think of a bit old country estate...where you might expect to find rooms and furniture like that. I would be happy to relax in that room with a view out to a big old tree and beautiful garden.

    j :)

    PS...still trying to track down that chandelier I mentioned...when I do I will let you know. I think you will love it too!

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  3. I like it. it reminds me of my Grandmothers house.
    XX

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  4. Can envision the dust mites race....I stayed one time at my dad's old nanny's house and woke up covered with flee bites...they had a wonderful supper on my account.....a few too many ruffles for my taste but to each their own...

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  5. i started scratching and sneezing.

    mamma

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  6. I like some of the elements...the furniture in the dining area and that black bed...the walls and backgrounds and all those "things"...not so much!

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  7. Not a fan... a bit too victorian... ~Terri

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  8. I am bit schizoid on this. I love layering textiles. My first response to any decorating problem is fabric first. I also like stainless/industrial. What to do? What to do?

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  9. Love it.....the only thing missing is Faye Dunaway standing at the window ,with a highball, in her slip...K

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  10. Yes to that first image. The rest isn't without charm in a shabby chic sort of way. Then we look again and it's not so shabby - and not so chic! Good for a movie set when you're playing someone else!

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  11. le style et la matière,

    right on my friend!!!
    it actually creeps me out!

    xx's

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  12. These designs I believe are coming out of Fredericksberg Texas. I can't recall her name but she's had a large influence on that area with her retail design stores.

    Shiree Segerstrom

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I love what I do and cannot imagine my life without Design.

Design Challenges are great.

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Designed and Manufactured Furniture,

Created Fantastic Window Treatments,

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My rooms would make excellent movie sets.

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