Oh - I think I could spend LOTS of time here!
hehe so true. it looks so overgrown, yet peaceful!xxxchttp://clothestohealabrokenheart.blogspot.com/
I'd never leave that room!! So so beautiful and those windows slay me!
Yes! Definately. I loved watching that movie just for the scenes at Miss Havisham's.
I LOVED that movie! Yes, it does remind... and makes me want a spot like this at home!
Oh yes I remember that movie. I really liked it! That place was very interesting. Daisy~
I can totally see that. I loved that movie too..I haven't seen it in forever.Miss Kwww.simplylovelyideas.blogspot.com
I found my carpenter husband's new project ;)
Totally! Looks like a conservatory.
I loved it for Gwynnie. A-M xx
I loooved that movie! My college roommates and I used to watch it over and over and over. Do you remember how there was so much green throughout that film? Especially in Gwyneth's clothes. I'm sure it meant something. This image is gorgeous and I adore that chandelier...wow!
i actually like the movie, too. and part of the reason was for it's lush set design.i'd love to live in a place like that. someday . . . when i'm rich and famous.:)
I remember this spread from country style, it was my favourite pic in the whole magazine. Devine.
oh, yes indeed! I love it. I am majorly crushing on conservatories lately--I will have to file this one away!
That is my favorite movie. The same gut directed The Little Princess and it too had a lot of green in it.
loved that movie.the image is awesome, would love to have a little hide away space like that!
Yes, it totally does! I would love a room like this with a lush garden like that outside the windows. Wouldn't it be the best place for afternoon tea? I'm filing this one away for future reference. Thanks for sharing it.
i have never seen such a room .. my mom would simply love it ..
that room is my dream room! i LOVE....thanks for sharing. Oh, and I too loved that movie.
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