Saturday, February 2, 2013


rustic kitchen


Hunting Island, ME, bunkhouse. Knickerbocker Group.

sofa in front of shelves…..



now, sit down, pick up a book, have a coffee, breathe...
yeah, it's wonderful...



  1. You are such a tease,showing us green trees, beautiful flowers and all i see are leafless branches, dead grass, grey and more grey.
    Have a beautiful week end, francine

  2. So pretty over here always! Thanks Marsha for sharing. I truly love that pooch and the words "All you need is love and a dog!"! LOL! Fits my household to a "T" or rather "D" for dogs and one kitty!

  3. Yes!! I looove this. The idea of a genteel country lifestyle where time goes by just a little bit slower sounds AMAZING. I love the story your pictures tell. Have a wonderful weekend!

  4. OMG! Those peonies and the jar they are in made my heart flutter!!!!!!!!!!!! What in the world is hanging over that bed?????? I lived the coutry life in our old house. It is funny that our new neighbors all thing THIS is the country:):) Beautiful, restful pictures, Marsha. XO, Pinky

  5. Looks like a really dreamy relax,amazing and peaceful!!!
    Gorgeous feelings by:-)))*

    Thank you so very much for these,Marsha!


  6. This is such a pretty post, I went through it twice!

  7. Hello Marsha

    I love the small bedroom with the painted red and ochre ceiling. The library is also charming.

    Have a wonderful week
    Helen xx

  8. What a beautiful road to the entry. I want it!!

  9. Oh Marsha, how wonderful to day dream with you. Country life has that magic where o e can actually stay in the moment just a bit longer((: the swing in the attic room is perfect! Xo z

  10. Suddenly I payed your blog a visit,and found myself dreaming of a country life.Looks so cozy and idylliic,certainly appeals to me:)
    Tove :)


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