There's something very interesting here;
stark, structural simplicity blended tidily with a beautiful wash of snow swept countryside. A very striking combination when done right. One must admit that there is a raw, organic comfort in spaces like these; with uncomplicated, almost spartan furnishings, the emphasis is placed on the surroundings rather than the interior. As a result, both elements are enhanced considerably. And the little stout stove? Perfection. Let the daydreams commence.
Light your fire, grab your coffee (or wine), snag your book…and cozy up to the warmth of this week's great wintry space.
Just a little wordplay; hope you enjoy. Sometimes the most complicated things house the simplest teachings. Let's keep the eyes open for them. Best of days to all.
Beauty….it's everywhere. It's in the mornings, it's in the trees, it's in our relationships, and it's even in our bad days (believe it or not). It can truly be found in ALL places. True beauty is just being alive; the most precious gift that we will ever be given. Life. It's easy to forget this concept, though! Trust me, I have to gently nudge and remind myself of this premise on the daily. Hope your day is beautiful.
House on a River, 1915.
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Wow. Few things in life are better than a great place to sleep, crisp mountain air, and a view that just makes you salivate. Put the two together, and it’s an instantaneous sensory explosion. This week’s space has character, class, and a rustic calm that would tingle any nature lover’s palate. Waking up to this view would be….heavenly.
Light your fire, grab your coffee (or wine), snag your book…and cozy up to the warmth of this week’s great wintry space.
It’s summer here…and it’s hot. Seasons change; and the older we get, the faster they seem to go, right? But one thing’s for certain…the cycle of seasons will continue. Life goes on. And what a beautiful cycle it all is (even though autumn is the BEST), so let’s enjoy each sweaty (or frosty, depending on where you are) moment. Read on if you’d like, and best of days to all.