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I don't care for the specific plantings or the marble-like tiles, but I like the balance: lots of stone interrupted by spot plantings.

Ribbon House / G2 Estudio

Not typically my cup of tea, but it's so cute that I just may have to make an exception for one of these beauties ♥

I sometimes wonder how small of a house I could comfortably live in. I might be able to do this if it had any privacy from the street. It's sure cute.

The Walter B. Palmer House, completed around 1896. An example of design #73 from the periodical "American Homes". George F. Barber, architect. Via Chris DiMattei & Metraguy

I want a high bed, with a super big huge thick comforter that you could get lost in....that would be great. I don't believe in making beds either! They should all be rumpled when you get in them...so snuggly.

2070 San Jose Avenue, Alameda, California, 1893 Queen Anne Victorian. The island community of Alameda contains more historic Victorian homes per capita than any other city in the U.S. Built as a suburb of San Francisco in the 1880's-90's, the builders boasted that the train station was no more than a 3 minute walk from any house in the neighborhood.