Satar, Dalarna, Sweden

Sweden - dala horses

Swedish Hearts

Window in Dalarna

Bahama hurricane shutters

♕ Heart window trim, Strömstad, Sweden

"Grüß Gott" - This is a common greeting in Bavaria. I love it. Loosely translated, it means greetings from God or God bless

blackpoisonousrivers: Kerbits in Dalarna Sweden…

Chalet, between Grindelwald and Zweilutshinen, Switzerland.

If you're going to fall back on a scented candle, pick a classic scent from a classic company. Diptyque 'Figuier'.

Fall in Sweden

Finnish architecture

From Cozy Cottage Cute: Love this Cabinet !

Sweden

The Dalecarlian horse or Dala horse is a traditional carved, painted wooden horse statuette originating in Swedish province Dalarna. In the old days the Dala horse was mostly used as a toy for children; in modern times it has become a symbol of Dalarna, as well as Sweden in general.

stuga in winter. :)

Nice vignette - wonderful plant selections ~ Saignon ~ Provence ~ France

Can I move in tomorrow? Please!! So inviting. Dream house, Dutch Colonial, small front porch, red with white trim, lovely drive, landscaping, fence.

Blue window shutters in Provence

Swedish house with double porches

Falu red (pronounced “FAH-loo”, in Swedish it’s Falu rödfärg) is the name of a Swedish, deep red paint well known for its use on wooden cottages and barns for preservation. The paint originated from the copper mine at Falun in Dalarna, Sweden and consists of water, rye flour, linseed oil and tailings from the copper mines of Falun which contain silicates iron oxides, copper compounds and zinc. Falu red is still widely used in the Swedish countryside.