Alright, alright, just one more massive photo dump and done. Here is the main door, heading into the living room. It's all pretty self-explanatory, so I'll let you just e-wander around. Just after the door is a small half bath to the left, then the living room just sort of opens up and wraps around a big central buffet with a BUILD IN RECORD PLAYER SITUATION (love you, 1950).
(That door way is the hall leading back to the girls room and our room, for ref)
This area has the front of the buffet on it's right. Eventually I would love to do a pretty pendant light and a formalish dining situation. For now it's just sort of a big empty space. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Original prints of the house the year it was built (1950). I adore the one of the original owner's wife gazing off over the end of the property. I feel like I maybe understand a bit of what she was feeling... this place is so magical. These shots were featured in Sunset magazine that year. I'll frame them, don't worry.
I love the look of the mountains in this photo... had to include it.
And then back, back, back to that hallway at the end of the living room... The girls room is the first to the right.
Someone commented earlier and said she would kiss this wall of storage every time she walked passed it. That is *exactly* how my heart feels. Lullz. Bathroom to the left, our room beyond.
I felt like this was an appropriate final shot. For as awesome a home as this is, we still live here. And it sort of just looks like this all the time. This morning I was sitting on the couch looking up at the hill and just feeling so thankful that there is beauty every where I turn, although it's easy to get stuck in life's insanity and forget it. For as chaotic as things get inside this house, there is always a little spot in my line of sight that soothes my soul if I just remember to look. I'm so grateful for that.
Come visit sometime!