Monday, November 14, 2011

Rocky Mountain High

Sapphire, NC
We're headed back to the Sapphire this week. I talk all the time about how I want to retire in North Carolina (I know, I should put in at least 10 years of working before talking about retirement, but a girl can dream). Mountain house design and architecture are my absolute favorite. I love how rustic rooms encourage you to walk around in your socks and put your feet on the furniture. The more worn in, the better in my book.
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High Street Market
LOVE this entry
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High Street Market
This room makes me want to grab a blanket and a good book.
The rough wood beams and wide plank floors are pret-ty amazing too.
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Two Ellie
Porch living with casual candelabras. I could drink many a glass of wine out here


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A supersized kitchen with a fireplace and stools for everyone.
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Houzz
You're never alone in the mountains, so a breakfast nook is the best way to pack in all your invited - and uninvited - guests.

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House Beautiful

Al fresco dining with alluminum chairs
House & Home
Mountain House Must Have #1: An Outdoor Shower.
Folder of Ideas
Mountain House Must Have #2: A Bunk Room
Todhunter Eagle
Sarah Richardson
Mudroom Perfection
Sarah Richardson
Love using an old cabinet as a sink base.

Heaven on Earth.
The Connolly's house on Hernando Island, BC

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