December 16, 2010

eye candy


We have friends in high places - as in high atop the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains and do they ever have a lovely home. Not only is it worthy of a magazine spread, it's as comfortable as a well worn glove. Thought I'd share a few snapshots.


Enjoy the tour...

studio waterstone eye candy - a home tour



studio waterstone eye candy - a home tour
Our sweet hostess, Kara. Doesn't she even have the look of a sweet person?
I have never NOT seen her with a smile on her face.

Well, I take that back. We raised our kids together.


studio waterstone eye candy - a home tour



studio waterstone eye candy - a home tour



studio waterstone eye candy - a home tour



studio waterstone eye candy - a home tour
Even in full use, the kitchen is to die for!


studio waterstone eye candy - a home tour
The den (looking out from the kitchen).


studio waterstone eye candy - a home tour
Believe it or not, this is the basement.


studio waterstone eye candy - a home tour
The sunroom


studio waterstone eye candy - a home tour
I could SO curl up right here.


studio waterstone eye candy - a home tour



studio waterstone eye candy - a home tour
This is Mr. W (at the table) and our friend, Steve, in the basement.
They were very clearly suffering greatly.

(Steve, I am buying you jeans for Christmas.)


studio waterstone eye candy - a home tour
The view from the patio - I wish it hadn't rained because the full view is breathtaking.


studio waterstone eye candy - a home tour

How was that? Drool-worthy? Yep, me too.



10 comments:

  1. dropping dead with longing and envy!!

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  2. I hope you had a great time visiting with friends....I am moving in!

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  3. I'm with you, Judy. It's just so beautiful.

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  4. You've just proven that there are people who actually live like that! A wonderful place and so inviting. Thanks for sharing, Lori!

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  5. WOW - what a gorgeous house! And the view is too die for! Thanks for sharing.

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  6. Spectacular views captured by all those windows. And Steve would be a man after my husband's heart....at least in his jeans-wear.

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  7. Absolutely amazing...I would love this for the staircase alone.

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  8. Wow, I mean WOW.
    Beautiful home. That kitchen with the beams - - droooollling
    ;P

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