Cozy Catskill

Monday, January 23, 2012

If I ever considered moving out of the city and getting a house, it would be for this one. A few years ago, photographer Fabio Chizzola and his wife Laura moved into this beautiful old stone farmhouse in the Catskill Mountains. Besides having tons of space they also own raspberry bushes in the backyard and make jams and applesauce during apple-picking season straight from their own apple orchard. Oh boy, just looking at those photos I can almost feel the crisp cold air on my cheeks and the incredible sense of openness when you stand in that garden. Just want to inhale all that freshness. Hmm, what a fantastic place for playing hide and seek. xo

Loves, how would your dream house look like? Where would it be? xo

P.S: Also, countryside home in Belgium with the coolest glass room.
P.P.S: And a few lovely home inspirations.

(Photos by Randy Harris for The NY Times via Wo & Wé)

10 comments:

M. said...

this looks like my dream house too, so simple and beautiful.

Anonymous said...

I need that table in my kitchen. Such a beautiful find. Cheers, Grace

Diana Mieczan said...

M, I totally agree - simple and beautiful:)

Diana Mieczan said...

Right, Grace? That table is amazing:)

Melissa Blake said...

I'd love to beam myself there RIGHT now!!!

Hope your week is off to a great start, Diana! xoxo

C... said...

My dream home would be in a city. It would be a loft style home near lots of museums, parks, restaurants and close to public transit so I could just ride the bus or subway cars. I was meant for something like NY.

Natalie said...

they are living the dream! i would die to have a house and garden like this.

Bella @Bellgetsreal said...

I want to make jam and have a raspberry bush! Sounds so peaceful and fulfilling.

Diana Mieczan said...

Melissa, thanks:)Have a great week as well.

Diana Mieczan said...

C, I love your comment and lofts are amazing:) There is something so special about big, open spaces, isn't there?

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