Wednesday, December 02, 2009

corner view:: "home"


Todays corner view is 'home', or 'corners of my home'.





There is always something happening in this house - we have peaceful spots as well as chaotic spots, and enjoy them both.






Be sure to visit Jane at Spain Daily where you can view corner views from around the globe.

24 comments:

isabelle said...

thanks for the visit ... you have a beautiful home

Kari said...

lovley photos. I know what you mean about chaotic corners and peaceful corners.
thanks for sharing.

Di said...

I like your corners = particularly the wool and lego filled ones!

nicola@which name? said...

beautiful and real! i love your corner view. i haven't been making corner view rounds well recently and i am amazed at the overlap of our lives!
nicola
http://whichname.blogspot.com

Conny said...

I love the peaceful and chaotic corners - all the photos are beautiful. I'm nodding my head at the Legos on the shelf; we have them too. Thanks for sharing your home today.

Emily said...

I love all your corners, your house divided between peace and chaos (that one sounds all too familiar), and especially that last, inviting photo.

Erin said...

Warm, cozy, and playful!

Thanks for the hug. :)

Bohemian girl said...

Lovely!

Crescent Moon said...

You seem to have a lot of creative corners. The bunny is very cute!

jane said...

love your corners! your bunny cracked me up. please come over and teach me to knit... besos!

Jodi said...

lovely corners!! love the knitting needles. YOU CARD YOUR OWN YARN!!! so very cool! unless I'm wrong and that's a dog brush and then I'm gonna laugh at myself!

Wilma Ham said...

Your corners have a lot to tell.
I see carding, wool and bobbins and knitting needles.
You would see that in my corners as well.

denise said...

I see that I'm not the only one with lego designs on every flat surface! :O)

jodi-yes! i am learning to handspin my own yarn! we have an angora rabbit (ms. hunka bianca), and i brush her daily with a very fine brush, and save the clean/nice fur from the brushings to card & spin with the big bag full of fur I will get when she sheds & i pluck/trim her in a few weeks. i have raw alpaca from a local farm to spin in with the angora--should be a really luxurious yarn. i've been practicing so i can make a nice even yarn and hopefully not ruin it all. ;P we've only had her 2 months, so it is all still learning for me!

thanks everyone!

Theresa said...

Hey, we have legos too...an entire room has been taken over by them. Notice I didn't include that in my CV... :)

trinsch said...

i have lego designs and playmobil design everywhere. and just toys in general :) sometimes it gets to be too much, but mostly it's just - to me - a sign that this is a home for all of us.

your home looks lovely - a place for living and being together.

Astrid said...

I've got a basket filled with knitting projects. I just started a super simple scarf in hopes of actually completing it this winter. ;)

I really like your lamps- would you mind sharing with me where you got them?

Le blÖg d'Ötli said...

It's beautiful, full of calm and happiness !

Francesca said...

I love the story of your angora rabbit, and how you keep the fur to card!

Dawn said...

My projects are all hidden since I am trying to keep them a surprise until Christmas! Legos are a major theme in our corners too....they are everywhere!! Love the tea, ahh and warm fire~

Happy Holidays!
~Dawn :)

Dawn said...

Your home is lovely. Cute bunny!

RunninL8 said...

I love these glimpses into other people's warm creative homes. Thanks for letting us in!

Karen Maezen Miller said...

Amazing. Your cat is the replica of my dear departed Muji.

MODsquad said...

Beautiful home! Especially love the knitting shots! My favorite!

Heather said...

Oh, that bunny!! That's my favourite corner. :-)