Friday, May 21, 2010

wouldn't it be fine

to wind up the hill from main street,
coming home to this cozy pink side yard?

23 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

the white fence is adorable and I love houses with baywindow!
Léia :)

Birdman said...

Different colors, but reminds of my grandparents, where I spent numerous sunny days in my youth.

Naturedigital said...

Its beautiful corner.
Costas

Fio said...

Lovely!

Sharon Creech said...

Ah, yes, it would be fine. . .love the colors, love the house. . .

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

This reminds me of somewhere Pipi Longstocking would hang out! Just delightful!!!

Jan
GDP

Kate said...

Interesting to see a slanted-lawn door that leads to a basement. Haven't seen one of those in a long time! Neat and trim residence.

Halcyon said...

Relaxing in the "turret" room would also be nice!

VP said...

I would like a space like this!

Sunny said...

Wonderful colors and textures. I like the roof, it looks like it's slate.
☼ Sunny

JM said...

Wonderful house detail and composition too!

Small City Scenes said...

It would be "as fine as frog hair". MB

Anya said...

and drink there together coffee
:)

Have a Happy Weekend
Hugs to all
Kareltje & Anya
=^.^=

magiceye said...

cosy

Sharon said...

Very attactive, indeed. It has such a wholesome look!

B SQUARED said...

Works for me. Love the slate roof.

In Real Life said...

Gorgeous house, so delightful and welcoming!

Virginia said...

How adorable but on my computer it looks orange. I like it no matter what the color. You find the greatest things for us each day. Thank you.
V

PS I hope Mr. BC partied till the cows came home!

cieldequimper said...

... sitting down on plush cushions in the window seat with a cup of Darjeeling.

Malyss said...

You have the genius to find windows that make me feel like going INTO the houses to see how they decorate the place!

Amin said...

Very lovely.

Tracy said...

Nothing could be finer!

slim said...

I not only like the colors of the house and windows but I like those 1890ish double hung windows. Red brick foundations are unusual around these parts . . . most houses of that age have granite foundations.