I'm back after a few absent weeks. First, I went to the beach for a vacation. Then I took a couple of weeks to come up and build a new design. This is Heritage House. It's a smaller version of "Somewhere in France."
I hope you enjoyed your visit!
Thanks for coming over!
¡Qué bien vienen unas vacaciones aunque sean pequeñas! Tu nueva obra tan encantadora como siempre. Fantásticos todos los detalles.ReplyDelete
Lovely! You have been missed!ReplyDelete
Once again inspiring!
I really love your French houses.ReplyDelete
Beautiful and romantic.ReplyDelete
Romántica y encantadora; es un verdadero placer contemplarla! ♥ReplyDelete
How beautiful and delicate ! I love the aged look, the plants .... I would like to live there !!!ReplyDelete
Welcome back, Caroline! Once again a very beautiful house. I love the front door detail, and the fact that it is so open and spacious inside. Do you have a house of your own that you have furnished? Maybe you can blog about it sometime, I just love your style!ReplyDelete
Como todas tus casas, es espléndida y encantadora !!!!!ReplyDelete
Another wonderful house. I love the shutters and the faded blue door so welcoming.ReplyDelete
Het is weer schitterend geworden zo knap gedaan ik hoop dat je een fijne vacantie hebt gehad lieve groetjes DaniëlleReplyDelete
I love this newest creation! How clever to create an entryway with the “stone” tile floor! The brick wall downstairs and the aged darker wall upstairs add so much character. I adore the color of the door and shutters. With such a large, open space, there is plenty of room to add fun furniture pieces. The chandeliers are gorgeous....as they always are. Keep pressing on....you are adding beauty to this world with each new endeavor! Hope you enjoyed your well-earned beach vacation!ReplyDelete
How are you girlie.....and how was your trip to the beach? Great as always I hope.
Well, you have another winner here hon. Lovely and charming and I love the
rustic robins egg blue doors and shutters (my fav color) and that it is a full 2 story house. Also the tin looking roof. Wonderful as always.
Love and Blessings,
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