19 degrees last night.
I grew up in the northeast. In fact, I’m a born and bred Vermonter, pronounced: [ver-mon-er]. I should be comfortable in the frigid arctic temperatures of a long, loooong winter. The truth? I’ve gone soft. After years of living in California and now five here in North Carolina…honestly… I’m cold.
Let’s warm up, shall we?
These chairs are the most amazing color yellow. Paired with the dark slate blue walls, you’ve got a very traditional room that feels so contemporary. In my imagination, there’s a blizzard outside that window – work and school have been cancelled, but my friends live within walking distance. We’re warm and toasty, having tea by the fire.
This room feels like it’s actually glowing…
I bet this open living space feels as good in the summer as it does in the winter.
Stunning. Love the black and gold accents.
I love the scrubbed down look here. So tidy – it makes me think of New England.
I’m in love with this look. The bed in this room is so warm, there would be no need to touch your toes down onto the icy floor…
Proof that I do go back to Vermont from time to time…