vintage home We all dream of it, don’t we?
Vintage Home That simple, idyllic life.
Catarina Regina A charming, cozy cottage…
my world is pink Possessed of a stunning view…
Saved by the Southern Belle Marked by one-of-a-kind, fabulously imperfect architectural details…
Vintage Home Nestled in a take-your-breath-away natural setting.
tiny white daisies A rambling estate is great, but on those days when it all seems to be a little too much, we can’t think of a better place to escape, to curl up with a cup of tea and a good book, to do a little garden digging.
Vertext We can’t think of much sweeter than cottage living. Wishing you a day full of simple pleasures!
Traditional Home We all know there’s only one chance to make a first impression.
Southern Grace Nowhere is that truer than in regard to your home’s exterior. Paint, landscaping, shutters, and, of course, lighting, are all crucial elements of that design scape that says, “Welcome!”
Gywneth Paltrow’s home Smaller lanterns can be charming…
Cote de Texas But, when it comes to light fixtures, we always say bigger is better!
Stanley Dixon and Betty Burgess The best lanterns are like perfect eyeliner. They don’t necessarily stand out, but they make everything look better all the same!
David Buergler Architect There’s something to be said for a staid, simple exterior that’s easy to maintain.
miss wallflower On the other hand, for more lavish schemes there’s always a contractor to help out… The “rules” say that exterior lanterns should be between one third and one half of the height of front door.
Ralph Lauren But it’s really all about personal choice! From the grand and elegant,
Southern Grace To the undeniably cozy, the right lighting takes every exterior to the next level. We hope you all have an amazing weekend! After months of focusing almost singularly on the world of a little boy, the word “tree house” conjures images of a simple structure in the backyard complete with a blue climbing rope and a swing.
four seasons in one day S o let’s just go ahead and put it out there: Friends, these treehouses aren’t for kids. Far from childish…
Bunny Guiness Garden Design Far from ordinary… Far from the ground…
decorpad These ports of imagination are less for playing pirate, and more for getting away from everything. these magical escapes take the term “unreachable” to a whole new level. And if you ask us, every now and then, we all deserve to be a little bit unreachable.