HGTV House Wars: Let the Battle Begin!

As a part of their TV show, House Hunters, HGTV has created a game on their website called "House Wars," where homes of all types go head-to-head for America's votes. Four of our homes have been included in this competition - the Ingleside, Ellsworth, Winhurst and Rylestone. The Ingleside has become one of the top fourteen most popular homes with over 5,000 votes so far!

To play the game, click here to visit HGTV's website. You will be shown a photo of two homes that are battling it out. Just click on the photo of the one you like best to cast your vote. When you see our homes come up, please vote for them!


Just My Thoughts

For eye candy, our little angel face for Thanksgiving in her blessing dress she wore in August. What could be more eye candy than a sweet baby? Forgive me, I'm biased! :-)

Her mummy is behind her nibbling on her heels to make her smile in this one.

I could be organizing my craft room and getting rid of some of the fabric in there, which I started several days ago. I could be sitting in the family reading a book, which I love doing and have read between 25 or 30 these past 8 or 9 weeks. I could be folding a batch of clothing I washed today and have 3 more to do tonight. I could be painting the holes in the kitchen wall where we finally got the cabinet put up after taking it down and relocating it the 2nd time. But I'm not doing any of those things. I'm blogging.

I'm been thinking and rethinking blogging recently. Since I've not blogged very much recently and had the extra time to do things, it was rather freeing. But then I realized how much I'd miss it if I didn't blog anymore.

I have been surfing a tiny bit lately but nothing like I'd been doing. I know "to each his own", but I truly do like large photos when viewing a blog. Oh, it won't stop me but I prefer the ones with larger pictures of their beautiful decorating or crafts. That's why it takes me such a long time to do a blog post: the photos. The scans of the magazine I've done recently—and there are more to come—are the best I can do with those photos but they still take a heap o' fixing, chicks. I prefer my own photos because there is less "middle man" involved in them.

Some bloggers say to turn off your flash, but every single photo I take has my flash on. I'm hesitant to tell anyone how to take photos because it isn't just one thing; it's a lot of things. Familiarization with your camera is essential also. I'm no where near perfect, but I'm well pleased with how most of them turn out. Plus I resize them with my Photoshop to 800 pixels wide for each one so they'll all be uniform. I know, I know, I'd OCD.

Hubs and I had a hunger for BLTs tonight and indulged ourselves. Of course, I had to take pictures of the process since the tomato looked beautiful, actually it look perfect in every way, which just goes to show you beauty is only skin deep because although, it was beautiful, it was not flavorful.



Put it together and what have you got: BLT! Yummy. Yikes! Yeah, I know, I forgot to photograph the bacon, but you can see a bit of it peeking out under the lettuce.

Just a bit of eye candy for you.

Birdhouse sitting on a shelf in my living room.

Roses on my living room lamps.

I just love my Canon Rebel and these closeups I get with it.

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Minimalist House Design

Minimalist House Design


Minimalist House Design

Pink Saturday 11/27/2010

Once again it's Pink Saturday and the PS group wants to share lovely pink things with you. So please visit with Beverly of How Sweet The Sound and look at all the other participants by clicking on the logo below. Thank you!

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I love decorating magazines—just looking through them brings happiness to this ol' brain. It truly does! And I get such good ideas just looking at them. It doesn't have to be the exact same thing, but something in the photo may trigger my thought processes for something else. That happens all the time.

That little basket hanging on the wall under the stairs with the dried branches in it gave me the idea to put flowers in just about anything I can hang or attach to a wall. I have them all over my house.

I am not a huge fan of sunflowers, but they look elegant in those red and green buckets and the green and red plaid pillow. This photo just makes you feel good.

Pink and red and flowers and checks, some of my favorite combinations.

Another beautiful combination of yellow and blue and a scroll arm sofa with plush cushions for sitting.

The white and rose harlequin carpet is what first drew my attention to this room along with the pink chairs and that fabulous mirror.

Same home but the bedroom. Another fabulous mirror. I'd take that one in a heartbeat.

Along with this beautiful bed and its beautiful sheets and covers.

Formal style has always been a love of mine, but it doesn't suit this home of ours. I love it though, especially this little rendezvous area of the living room. Fringe on sofas is of particular interest to me. The sofa I have now I saw in the showroom with fringe on it, but when I went back to get it, they had an upholsterer take it off because the sofa wasn't selling! Idaho just doesn't get it yet! Ooooh, but I have to tell you it was truly gorgeous.
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It isn’t necessary that you can’t have awesome water views if your home doesn’t located near an ocean. It coud be located on shores of some lake like this house on shores of Lake Walensee in Switzerland. The Walensee House is designed by K_M Architektur and features not only view of the lake but also view of beautiful mountains near by.


Being surrounded by nature the home is made mostly of wood which blends with surroundings very nice. Only large glazings and simplicity of shapes shows that it’s a piece of contemporary architecture work. The interior is also designed in quite minimalist style in order to highlight views of nature instead of furniture objects.

Teen and Kids Room Design Ideas

Furniture and its presentation from Pentamobili represents great creativity and design. Their kids room layouts aimed at parents who want to decorate room for their kids with a modern and innovative style. The extreme modularity and durability of the furniture make it good choice to accompany the growth of kids for a long time. Everything needed for creating a lot of storage space, place for sleep and for work is available. Pentamobili also has a lot of accessories which could add the room more unique look.











Different colors of units are available but all of them characterized like bright, fashionable and modern. If you look for decor ideas and inspirations for kids room than Pentamobili could offer you interesting ones.

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