Thursday, December 4, 2008

Edwardian Suburban Style

Suburban life sure looks good to me , at first sight when I saw this house I knew it would be a perfect mix for me , I love that it doesn't have a wing of garage doors , it has wonderful details and towering windows , I would switch the blue to grey for my taste but I could easily hang my hat here .
I really can not add anything in words to this house , just enjoy ................













{ images from Traditional Home }





17 comments:

Wanderluster said...

My gosh Chris, that is a GORGEOUS house. I love the mouldings, the coffered ceiling, and the white and black scheme. Great find!

Mrs. Limestone said...

Wow! Thats some house.

Takin' time to smell the flowers! said...

OH how funny that you put pictures of my house on your blog! Love it so much!!

Chris said...

Hands down, it is perhaps one of the most beautiful homes I've ever seen. I'm printing those pictures!

Nancy said...

It's like you opened my brain and pulled out my dream home, only that sounds a little grotesque, and that home is anything but. I'm in love. Thanks for sharing.

paula said...

oh my, how beautiful. lovely blog, found you via me melanie aka monday through sunday.

Michelle said...

I want to live here.

alice said...

Very nice! Love the kitchen.

melanie said...

I wanted to leave a comment. I am one of those lurkers..lol. I have read your blog via Bloglines for quite some time now. Thanks for the inspiration! :)

Valerie said...

That kitchen and living area is just to die for! This is a total dream house!

After my fiance proposed to me with a gorgeous diamond engagement ring from www.idonowidont.com we promised each other we would move out to live in an actual house.

We hope to find a place a gorgeous as this, the white paint makes everything look so chic!

Aimee said...

Wow, I'm speechless too! Just gorgeous!!

Susan said...

Ok, I'm ready to move in even though it's not in CA. What a beauty!

meg duerksen said...

Um....that is the most fabulous house! i love every detail. i think we should move into it together and have our dogs and kids all just running around crazy. it is probably plenty big for all of us. :) just think of all the cupcakes we could decorate in that kitchen!!!

Suzann @ Lavender and Roses said...

I have no words to describe this beautiful home.

Things That Inspire said...

I love that mud room...how I wish I could have one just like it.

As soon as I saw the window over the garage, I recognized the house. Wasn't it in Traditional Home last year?

Natalie said...

Another fantastic post! I have to check my blog roll because I missed this one, too.

That foyer niche pic if officially saved in my inspiration folder, it's fantastic. Great house.

Spoiled Sweet said...

Too gorgeous for words!