what a pretty view you are giving your neighbors.
How pretty and calming! Your home is a treat for the eyes whether you're in or outside of it...
hi Julie! this window is on the back of the house, so actually no neighbors see it;)
I LOVE that peep into your own windows....I thought I was the only one.... to peep in mine that is LOLHave a great week,Kathy :)
Very pretty. Where is the chandelier from? It's what I'm looking for.
A beautiful snapshot...I love everything about your home:)
Lovely, makes me want to come right in!
love love love your house...sheer perfection I visit here often to find inspiration. I can't help but have a deja vu: where you a member of Great Impressions ages ago...I somehow have the impression I recognize your style...Giovanna
Don't you just love the way our homes look at night lit from within? That's the best part of a night run errand...peekng inside as I drive by.:) xoxo Dianne
Trying to think of a funny way to call you "a real hornet's nest". (tongue firmly planted in cheek)
Kathy- you're not alone:)! Anon 11:21- the chandelier is from an antiques shop in Dallas.Giovanna- I was not, but now that you mention it I do recall getting many hits from that site not too long after I started blogging, so I assumed someone had a mentioned the blog in a thread?!Dianne- So true! I get to peak in my house and in others;)
Love the peek into your dining room, but am I weird because I focused on the gorgeous mullion pattern on your window instead of everything in the room?!! ;-)Kat :)
Kat- aren't they unusual?! I really do love them.
A picture truely worthy of a beautiful interior magazine! Robx
What a well-composed shot. Lovely! - Whitney
I have ALWAYS loved looking through windows! NOT that I'm a peeping tom sort of person. Loved this photo!
So that's what creepy people see. Are you stalking yourself? ;)♥ séciawww.petiteinsanities.blogspot.com
Linda - I have always loved looking in windows too!
BEAUTIFUL Joan!! Martina
I love this view...if people can see your home from the street/road they are probably veering right now.
How cozy and romantic! STUNNING!Have a pretty day! Kristin
So this post is for people like me who take walks at night and crane their necks to see what's inside all of those houses! Heck, I'll admit that I'm a peeping tom, but I'm looking for paint colors and art and furniture arrangements!Camille
P.S. I forgot to say that I'd probably walk past your house at night a lot!
I love to walk at night, when the light from windows spills out onto the ground - it`s such a friendly light.
Hello,Yours neigbours have a lovely view. I love your chandelier. Is this a old one?GreetingsJérôme
Hi Joan, Dan, and Ella: I love a home that has lights on, in the evening...and not just so we can see inside! I think lighting takes a house and makes it a home. Cindy
Love that!! I love taking walks through my neighborhood in the early evenings and seeing little peeks into peoples homes. Thats why I always have a lamp on in my front window-it just emanates a feeling of warmth & home! Great pic!
You have equisite taste....beautiful
I love this photograph! It is one of my favourite photographic subjects - outside looking in - It always gives just a hint of someone elses life and leaves you wanting more -LOVELY:-)
You have such a pretty home. I came across your blog and spent hours looking. I'm excited to see all you do to your barn. We are in the middle of buying a 40 year old home that needs some work but has a lot of fun stuff already. you gave me some great ideas.
Welcome! Thank you for leaving a comment; you have no idea how much your comments inspire me to keep writing- I appreciate each and every one. Comments are moderated by me prior to publishing on the blog, so if you don't see your comment post immediately it will be posted as soon as I receive it and read it. joan