I know it's a simple theme, but good windows make a home. Especially here in the Northwest, where the lovely sound of rain pounding on them makes the wet seasons much more tolerable.
Sources (from top to bottom): Paul Raeside, jj Locations, Design*Sponge: Nina of Dwellstudio, jj Locations, Design*Sponge: Jen from Cabin 7, Airspace, Pia Ulin, Atlanta Bartlett, Design*Sponge: Cheri of Scout Holiday, jj Locations, Rachel Whiting.
i think windows are the best design tool! they're like an instant fix-it.ReplyDelete
Beautiful images...thrilled to have found your blog - it's stunning! I'll be following ~ReplyDelete
nice ideas, i like especially the interior in brown, with small windows like in a train:)ReplyDelete
A table full of plants near a window is the best combination. Especially desirable for an apartment dweller like me!ReplyDelete
It's interesting that you point this out, because many people underestimate the effect of windows in a room design. Very cool images, my favorites (no there's no patter, lol) are #6, 8, 10, 11. My dream home will have ceiling to floor windows for sure, I will leave an exposed life ;)ReplyDelete
I love to have a big window if i can have in my house. how great and fresh when you wake up in the morning with a sunny day...... its make the whole day so different!!!ReplyDelete
sometimes I wonder if it possible, but I think I need light more than air!ReplyDelete
I love leaded panes. Also portholes on doors!ReplyDelete
I LOVE that last picture by Rachel Whiting. Oh to have windows like that in our home! That really is the dream. And thank you for introducing me to this photographer. I've been on her website this afternoon and am completely blown away with her work xReplyDelete