Wide Open Spaces

The posters taped to the wall instantly caught my eye, and kept it focused. Loads and loads of lovely cleverness in this amazing vaulted space.

What an incredible place this must be to live in. To me, big open spaces represent ease and comfort. I love that cocooning feeling of snug cozy rooms, but I'm really a wide open spaces girl at heart.

Images from viekman


Amanda said...

Gorgeous Jules - all that glass too and those pivoting doors. Very nice indeed. Amanda xx

Dustjacket Attic said...

Yes, I was thinking what the hell is going on there!

Some of the pics look like movie sets with lights up super high.

I just love that long table with the bench seats.

Diana Mieczan said...

The second and third photo stole my heart! I love this place and it gives such a warm and cozy feel:) awww

Hugs and kisses my dear

Ps: I am hosting a sweet GIVEAWAY later on today :) Hope you will join in :)!!!

Lady Grey said...

You always manage to inspire me.... when I finally buy my first home I will be using your blog as my inspiration bible : )

David Toms said...

I love good large open spaces. looks like this place could be in the country which is even better. i love the use of natural woods and glass.

Brandi said...

So the second and third pictures don't even look real to me -- the light and the reflections almost look too perfect. It's just stunning.

Erika @ ~TiptoeButterfly~ said...

YES - i LOVE open spaces!

Sarah Klassen said...

Fantastic! My eye instantly stopped on the posters taped up as well. Genius! I taped a magazine page onto a glass piece with a black frame, once, but I love this idea, too.

Each space here is fantastic -- you always share such beautiful architecture and design. Definitely one of my favorite blogs, ever :)


Viekman said...

Actually, the house is in a city. It is all real and magical. Those are not posters but photos by the owner who is a fabulous photographer. Thanks for stumbling across the site and for the positive feedback.

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