Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Round Windows into My Soul

I've always had a "thing" for certain architectural details like thick mouldings, but lately I've been just obsessed with round slash oval windows. What's beyond them? They're so pretty and just plain interesting! At "my" house in the country, we have an octagonal one over the first floor and I literally (not really) have dreams about it. Enjoi.

Three windows equals three times the beauty of this house! I love the symmetry in this white stucco house. I wish I could see what is on the other side of each of those windows. By Suzanne Kasler.

Wow, she's killing me with the exteriors of these homes. I love the Palladian window over the door, too!

WOW. Look at the mysterious shadow this one casts on the floor. Also, they used a chair with a round back to mirror the round element. By Randall Powers.

A round window doesn't always have to be traditional; this one is clean and unadorned and is a nice contrast with the hard angles of the roof. This gorgeous pool house is by Jed Johnson.

I would wash dishes forever if this window was over my sink. How gorgeous is the green and the green tile backsplash? By James Michael Howard.

How calming and therapeutic was that? I feel so much better--the beauty of that little round window is so captivating. The glow that comes through, the smooth curves--woah this is going a little far.


Alicia B.

3 comments:

News Readin' Wife said...

The Jed Johnson pool house is incredible. Breathtaking!

Down Comforter said...

I love the Randall Powers bathroom photo :)

Raina said...

I've been in that house Kasler did. It's in Indianapolis. The woman who owns used to be a customer of my stores and she is an absolute sweetheart.

P.S. It's not really an estate, but the house is located in a gorgeous neighborhood. Kasler likes to play a little loose with the facts.