Sunday, July 18, 2010

no curtains

in this guest cottage
tucked away in a wooded corner of
the enchanting north hill gardens

20 comments:

Malyss said...

No curtain in the bathroom seems strange for the poor city girl that I am..But I like the peace of this place and its cosy character ..

Giorgio said...

How do you sleep in in the morning? And how about privacy? I could never... beautiful place, though!

Small City Scenes said...

Who needs 'em!
Just let the outdoors in and the inhibitions out. MB

Birdman said...

No curtains? Get close to nature this way. Besides, Mr. Sunlight is at play here.

Julie said...

Interesting layout ... letting the outside in and the upstairs down ... do like the shelves of books above the bed ... my sorta joint ...

Sharon Creech said...

Love this post-and-beam construction, the beautiful wood, the elegant window/doors, the light. It's all saying, 'Come in, come in, rest . . .'

Kate said...

It's wonderful to be in an environment where curtains are unnecessary. I love having light pour into a room, and I'm willing to sacrifice an element of privacy of it can be maintained safely from prying eyes.

cambull said...

I bet it is chilly in that tub near the windows.

Sharon said...

I think this place looks like a great place to stay.

Sunny said...

It looks like the only thing that might peek in the windows is a moose :)
☼ Sunny

Amin said...

It is beautiful so........without curtains.

Jacob said...

It looks like a pleasant get-away. Is it open to the public?

Magpie said...

I noticed the tub right away too, but I think I might feel kinda wild and adventurous and say "what the heck!" It looks like such a beautiful place.

Bob Crowe said...

Lots of light, but the division between inside and out is still clear. I think I'd like this place on a soft, misty day.

Au and Target said...

I love the look of this place. We have open air bathing areas in Malaysia - but strategically placed so that nobody can peek!

JM said...

I like houses with no curtains (as long as there are shutters to give you privacy when the lights are on).

BlossomFlowerGirl said...

It would be cold in winter without curtains. But lovely at other times of the year.
Cheers.
Melbourne Daily Photo

VP said...

It's not easy even to imagine something like this living in the center of a noisy bunch of building surrounded by chaotic traffic at any given hour...

slim said...

I volunteer to be "the guest". What gorgeous wood and I like the way the tub balances the bed. It would be great to be there in a snow storm, unless there's no heat.

Leif Hagen said...

Lovely view out the window! We're staying with relatives right now without curtains - challenging in the land of the midnight sun ...