May 18, 2007

Inspiration Friday- Warm Weather Rooms

Sunrooms, porches and conservatories. A place to curl up with a good book or magazine. A sunny corner with a chaise lounge where I could gaze out into my flower filled garden and drift off dreaming of projects to come. A spot to set up an easel and paint. An old wooden table set with mismatched china and glasses where my family and I could enjoy our meals. A dream for now but hopefully a reality one day.


























28 comments:

  1. Beautiful images. All places I would be comfortable sitting relaxing and enjoying!

    Pat
    Back Porch Musings

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  2. Oh yeah, a place where we could eat outside without being bothered by these pesky Georgia no-see-ums, bees, mosquitos etc.!

    Those are lovely pictues - I'm right there dreaming along with you!

    Manuela

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  3. Jen,

    I just love your blog. Love all of those pictures - especially the top one :)

    Thanks for taking the time to share your favorite things :)

    Martha

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  4. I can't believe I have found such an inspiring blog. Thankyou for visiting mine and thus allowing me to discover what will now be such a PRETTY part of my day!

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  5. Jen, I just love outdoor rooms, esp. sunrooms & porches. I am dreaming of a screened porch again one day, so thanks for the pics.

    RHoda

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  6. I don't have a warm weather room, but my husband and kids set up a net 'gazebo' on our deck last year. It's up again this year, and I just love it! It pretty much keeps the bugs away, and gives a nice shady place to have lunch.

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  7. I'm dreaming, too!!!...thanks for sharing!!!...lacy

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  8. Oh Jen...I'm so loving your "Inspiration Friday" Photos, if only we could leap right into those pictures!...thanks for stopping by the blog & I'll be visiting you often, you have such a cozy blog. :) Toni

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  9. Oh those are great! I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE that second picture.

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  10. I would like a room like those. I have always wanted a glassed in sunroom!
    Have a wonderful weekend!
    Rosemary

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  11. Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful rooms!! Thank you for sharing them.

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  12. Hello,
    je viens de chez "Modern Country",
    un bonjour de Bruxelles en Belgique.
    Un très bel univers et de belles photos.

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  13. Love sunrooms/porches/
    conservatories ... and inspiraton Fridays :-}! Your photos are wonderful.

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  14. How wonderful are ALL those spaces? Just dreamy, and what an inspiration right before the weekend!!

    Jen, I am always thinking one day we will add on one of those Sunrooms or gardenrooms, so thanks for the inspiration!

    Lidy

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  15. beautiful pictures. that first one must have classical music in the background. also, i'll get the chocolate oatmeal no-bake cookie recipe to you. i'm afraid it won't do much for our much sought after skinny arms. : ( blessings!

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  16. These rooms are beautiful! You always find great pics. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  17. Raised In CottonMay 18, 2007 9:21 PM

    Jen, You always have the most beautiful pictures to share. My favorite is the very first one with the farm table and chairs.

    Hugs,
    Carol

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  18. I love these photos! The first one is my favorite. :)

    Ispiration Fridays are the best!

    P.S. Thanks for the hydrangea info, I will try those!

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  19. Oh just to own a glasshouse like this! I wish! *sigh* Have a happy Sunday Jen! xox

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  20. I am dreaming as well! I would love a glass-enclosed garden room/conservatory. In my mind, I know what it will look like and how it will be furnished!!

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  21. beautiful! I'm so looking forward to gardening and being outside!

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  22. Oh Jen, I just love your taste! These inspiration photos are gorgeous ~ xxoo Dawn

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  23. I have to laugh sometimes at all the things many of us are drawn to, several years ago I fell in love with that photo of the conservatory off the stone house from British Country Homes in 2004, I even played with that photo in photoshop and actually inserted myself into that room.
    http://s2.photobucket.com/albums/y24/paulinepdm/MagazinesBooks/BritshCountryHomesJun05/--I dream too!

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  24. Hello Jen, I just found your side, how beautiful - is that ypir house? It´s a dram...and many thanks for the great cake rezipe, by time I will try it. Maybe you visit my pages, sometime it´s written in english, sorry, mostly it´s in Germany, but many pix to see... have a nice time
    Chrissi

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  25. I have enjoyed your blog, beautiful photos.
    Chris

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  26. I really, really love all of the pictures. I too feel the same way about wanting a back porch or sunroom. Another place to decorate, and then hang out when the weather is nice. That picture of the porch with that amazing settee and the little rubber boots - so very cute. I love it all.

    allie
    www.mycozyhome.typepad.com

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  27. I just found your blog and I love it. Don't we all wish we could live like this!

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