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Saturday, April 2, 2011

snapshot...


afternoon light on guest room bedding






 

45 comments:

  1. There's some texture! It's almost like a zen garden.

    Hope you didn't get too much snow! Ours is all gone.

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  2. It looks like the perfect opportunity for a nap.Very cozy.

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  3. beautiful, joan. you have a great eye. donna

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  4. I love all the texture in the photo.

    Janie
    Romantic Domestic

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  5. Hi Joan

    Hope your weekend is going well. I love the photo...so beautiful. I'm sure your guests never want to get out of that bed. I can't wait to hear where you got such incredible linens.

    Cali

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  6. It just makes me want to go lie down. A very tempting photo :)

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  7. I have been sitting here reading page after page of your blog, it has been simply amazing and so enthralling to read. Decided I couldn't miss out on the progress and subscribed. Plus, since I live in CA, I get to see how the other part of the world lives :) Never, ever knew about the maple syrup and how it is made, that was so fascinating!

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  8. Great photo! Have a nice weekend.

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  9. Gorgeous bedding, love the texture! Hope you are having a great weekend. Stop on over to see what I did today:) XO, Pinky

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  10. Love how it looks so graphic and yet inviting! Have a blessed weekend!
    Heidi @ Show Some Decor

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  11. lovely...thank you, joan. enjoy your weekend. -k.

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  12. Is that my bed when I visit? :)

    love that you captured a little sunlight ~
    happy weekend.

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  13. So pretty...Just love sunshine streaming into our rooms, you captured it beautifully!

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  14. Oh to be a guest in your home!! I might never get out of that bed. :)

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  15. that is one gorgeous coverlet joan.

    xo
    janet

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  16. that photo looks like a work of art ready to be framed!

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  17. Gorgeous photo, Joan. The textures are amazing.

    Carolyn/A Southerners Notebook

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  18. Hi! I am here for the first time via Red Door Home and gosh your blog is beautiful! Your home is so warm and inviting! You have done a lovely job. I'll certainly be back for a visit! Hope you are having a great weekend.

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  19. Very pretty...I love the textures!

    XO,
    Jane

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  20. Looks like a beautiful bed in a royal palace! Exquisite! A-M xx

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  21. Hi Joan, Dan, and Ella:
    I just know that the rest of the room is as restful as the picture! Cindy

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  22. Amazing textures! Your blog is beautiful! Your home is so warm & inviting!

    Becca

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  23. Lovely play of light and shade.

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  24. your snapshots are a treasure my friend this coverlet is a beauty.

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  25. What an exquisite shot - the texture and light are mesmerizing.

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  26. What wonderful, wonderful bed linens!

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  27. I just found your blog and I am in love with your kitchen. It is the most gorgeous kitchen I have ever seen, wow!

    So excited to follow your blog!

    Megan

    http://1funkywoman.blogspot.com

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  28. we have a cream colored silk and velvet quilt on our bed, in our all white bedroom, and when the afternoon sun hits it looks just like this....heavenly.

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  29. That looks like some luxurious bedding for your guest room! I know I'd feel spoiled!
    xoxo
    Lila Ferraro

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  30. My name is Wenda S.
    Since I found your blog, I have read it each day. I love your style and you have such a gift of decorating. I have so enjoyed seeing your rooms. Everything is so beautiful. Your home makes me feel like you felt looking at pictures of Bunny Williams home. I so wish I had your gift.

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  31. What a beautiful, lovely comment Wendy S., thank you so much....

    joan

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  32. I like your house better than Bunny Williams house.

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  33. Thanks for popping by! Aww..you were IN Swanzey! Why oh why do I live in a Chicago suburb when I could live there?? I seriously get a lump in my throat. We lived in a renovated sawmill. Where else but NH is that even a possibility? :) There was an abundance of third graders in the Monadnock Regional Elementary school when I was a little girl. Their solution? Put two of the classrooms in the old two room schoolhouse that hadn't been used in decades. I was one of the lucky ducks who attended school there. It was magical, and I'll never forget my days there...wandering through the pine tree forests, walking through the ancient cemetery just outside the school lot, and climbing Mt. Caesar right behind our school. Thanks for giving me a bit of nostalgia.
    And Keene...love it. Our favorite places are closed...Henry David's was a spectacular restaurant on the main square. We did eat at Athen's Pizza last Summer....great pizza btw. Sigh. I'm still lobbying for a trip there this Summer, but it doesn't look like it will happen. I'm hoping to be there in 2012, but I think we have a family reunion to go to in CO. It's just not fair! Off to puruse your blog! :)

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  34. simply lovely, I love your snapshots :)

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  35. WOW. I am so glad I found your blog. I live outside of Boston and adore all things New England. I also have an old house that we are in the process of fixing up. I am finding tons of inspiration here. Thanks so much for sharing!

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  36. Isn't it amazing how textures like that can create such a visual interest! Great shot!

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  37. Amazing the reflection snow can do to light, eh?

    ;~P

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