July 18, 2012

farewell home :: part 1


we haven't packed anything yet so i'm taking advantage of a still-intact home to photograph. we moved in just 16 months ago and just as it was starting to feel like a real home, we're off on another adventure. the homes of the 20's are something special, with their crown molding, wood floors, imperfect glass windows. it's these details that i want to try and capture before we leave and forget them forever. 

in the house that a river was built. 


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xo

11 comments:

  1. 'in a house that a river was built'...love that.

    your house looks lovely...the detail on that chair is fantastic!

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  2. I love these detail shots! Your photography style is so light and airy and soft. Which I love.

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  3. I love your style! I would love it if you could come to Maine and redesign my house! Lol

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  4. Ohhh, I hate goodbyes. I get so attached to places and things!

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  5. I've been in that house a bajillion times but I can never figure out how/where these pictures are taken! I'm sad you're moving away from me :(

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  6. I love old houses too...good luck with your move hon.

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  7. Great photos! Fun to capture the essence of your home, .. so sad to leave your cute house, but new good things are to come! I also love, "the house where a river was built". !

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  8. Love the pictures.. every each of the house seems to be your space! I will deff be doing the same once the hubby and I leave our apartment lol.

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  9. LOVELOVELOVE!

    I really love that porch!
    And don't fret, new house is on the horizon!
    :)

    xoxo
    Sarai

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  10. Your home is so lovely! As always, love your photography, too!

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  11. Beautiful. Fabulous post, love! If you get a sec, I'd love to hear your thoughts on my latest post for Lauren Conrad. xo

    www.fashboulevard.blogspot.com

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