Sunday, December 6, 2009

Join me in the tub…

well…you don’t really need to join me

you know, social rules and all…

but sink into this

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which belongs happily to this…

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...and when done pampering

come hang out here for a bit

notice the south American or Portuguese textiles. oh.

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Ramble on inside again

if you will...

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Take in the rustic simplicity of the living spaces

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And the kitchen…

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ok…

I dunno about you

but I’m stayin’.

Photos: Nuevo Estillo

28 comments:

Melissa said...

That is the house I will live in some day. Those rock walls (wow!), that bathroom, that kitchen, those big wood beams, those textiles... The things my dreams are made of!

Linda at Lime in the Coconut! said...

You and I, Melissa...you and I! Could you imagine?

kj said...

helllllooooo! i'm here for my morning fix of smiles!

what a house! all those natural stones and authentic wood wrapped around subtle and glorious comfort! you lay it out so well i'm there already!

wishing this for you, linda, and if not this house, at least this very place in your heart and head!!

Sharon said...

You've outdone yourself Linda! This is how my future house will look like hehe

Shannon www.OldWorldCharm.info said...

I don't know, Linda. Considering the beauty of that place, you may have a hard time keeping me from joining you in that tub, even with the social no-nos. Absolutely beautiful! :-)

Shannon

Jackie K. said...

Whimper!!! Fantastic space!

vignette design said...

Wow, where in the World is that house? I love the stone walls and the simplicity of the cement floors and rugs. So serene. Thank you for sharing --Delores

DILA said...

I love that big bathtub and would really love to spend some time there. Love the candlesticks in the window.

/Dila

Yansy said...

OMG, that first picture is just amazing!I wish my bathroom looked like that. By the way I love all of the pics you took of trip to South America. I'm glad to see you had a fantastic time.

vicki archer said...

me too....xv

Farmgirl Paints said...

Rugged, simple...divine. I would love to go sun myself after a dip in that tub...heavenly. Great pics Linda. Just beautiful:)

Kelley at My Island Wedding said...

can't get over all that stone and wood. the tub in the first shot is mine!

Denise @ A Room With A View said...

Linda, love those photos. That is exactly the look I am trying to achieve (though seemingly unsuccessfully mostly due to my unruly budget constraints!) in my home. Rustic yet modern if there is such a mix. **LOVE** it. Hope you're enjoying the season! xo.

Visual Vamp said...

I love when you talk dirty.
Seriously, this is some good stuff.
xo xo

becky at abbeystyle said...

Ahh, so near....and yet so far... from my reality. You're such a tease.

Zelda said...

well this is exactly where I wish to be !!! yes !!! Linda take me with you .

dec0r8or said...

OMG look at the size of that tub! I could totally get chin-deep in that thing...love it! I LOVE the exposed stone walls too....so...Yeah, I think I'll join you! :)

C said...

how nice of you to showcase my house like that!

i would live there in a heartbeat, some people are SO blessed....

wow, fave photos evah! specially the tub and patio..

i'll take it all!

c

Renee Finberg said...

nice.
very nice.

i could spend a long, long, lost weekend there.
in fact it reminds me of my first house i lived it as an adult.
it was in coconut grove.

xx

Maya said...

Oh, do I love those stone walls!

anita said...

cool mix of extreme rustic and modern..very nice indeed.

this home is very eco-recycled-repurposed friendly!!

and the whole home looks like it was built for social nakedness, i mean soft outdoor lounging...hello!

Black Zebra said...

This is truly a dream house, I love the Kitchen cabinet doors........

Anonymous said...

A bird in hand is worth two in the bush................

Ry @ Sotto Il Monte Vineyards said...

Looks like it might be an updated ranch - if so - it's the best update I've ever seen. Each room is perfect! Just the right mix of stone. I wonder where it is?

Karen Deborah said...

just beautiful!

Lauren said...

oh my gosh those stones!!! it's so beautiful!!!! i want to visit!!

xoxo,
lauren

ps- I thought of you when I wrote the synesthesia part today- I KNEW YOU'D get it!! :)

My Notting Hill said...

wow - stunning. Nuevo Estillo is such an outstanding magazine. Thanks for this eye candy.

kanishk said...

what a house! all those natural stones and authentic wood wrapped around subtle and glorious comfort! you lay it out so well i'm there already!

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