September 18, 2010

my ideal space

Part of me so terribly wants to give up my 3 levels of suburbia for a condo in the city. Just outside of the core. The only problem? I'd want it to be big, so it could look like this :)

Kevin thinks I'm crazy.. I just can't get over the idea. I want a unique space! So on my want list.. a ( big ) condo or a tall + skinny town home. Maybe one day.. until then, I'll keep planning and looking...
What's your ideal space?

14 comments:

Debby said...

This space is gorgeous! My ideal space would be a Paris loft but seeing as that is not going to happen, I will settle for my home is suburbia! Have a great weekend, Sarah! xo

my favorite and my best said...

i will take those rooms for sure!

paula said...

I so wanted loft for a bit, still think it would be fun while the kiddos are young.

Ms. Bright said...

That is a stunning space!
I can't ever decide. I think I want one thing...until I see another fabulous photo!

Ashley said...

I feel the same way!!!! I hate my cookie cutter home!!!!!! Totally wishing I was in a little bungalow

lisaroyhandbags said...

My ideal space is our cottage on the river with lots of privacy and nature. Although a gorgeous crash pad in the city is also nice so you can walk to restaurant and amazing shops (we can't even get pizza delivery where we are!)

Shannon @ What's Up Whimsy said...

My husband thinks I'm crazy too! I would totally sacrifice space for character. A loft would be my ideal space...and I've seen it done with kids so it can work!

Sara Mueller said...

love the photos!

Designwali said...

Yep...if I could get out of cookie cutter suburbia to something like this....heaven.

L. Collins said...

I love this house! beautiful, great taste as usual!! xoxo

Megan Daly said...

You have found my dream table and chairs. So pretty. Plus with that lighting. Stunning!! I am in love with this room.

mydesignchic said...

I always think it would be fun too, but I'd miss my yard...this one could make me change my mind!

Vintage Home said...

...wow I could enjoy living there!

Treadgold said...

The grass is always greener isn't it. I love homes with a bit of old character, not falling apart mind you, I have learnt the difference!