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  • Raine Miller

    Great round window in master bedroom with high ceilings. Love.

  • Kristin Kenyon

    Master bedroom window

  • Dottie Scott

    Bedroom Design, Pictures, Remodel, Decor and Ideas - page 6 Can't go wrong with these vaulted ceilings and large round window.

  • June Harris

    bedroom with beautiful big window and beadboard and beam ceiling #countrystyle #countrychic #farmhousestyle

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Ok - what isn't so pretty about this space? Brick? Headboard? Neutrals? Clean? Simple? Soft?

So many items of interest in this kitchen: the dark cabinets that contrast so nicely with the cream tones, the understated lighting (I'm so over the blingy chandelier look), and the wood beams along the cathedral ceiling that resembles the backbone of an enormous, graceful beast, sheltering the kitchen in strength.

Not sure if this is a living room or enclosed porch but it is gorgeous. Those windows are just beautiful

I'm not a fan of the decor, but this living space is phenomenal. (via wave avenue / foxtons)

This is already pretty amazing, but imagine how dramatic some floor-length, motorized draperies would look on these MASSIVE windows!

What a beautiful kitchen. The Clarkson House Plan from Donald A Gardner Architects.

Love the windows. And couch. And flowers.

Gorgeous Stained Glass Window in the Musee Carnavalet, Paris.

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I love this: there is something very Olde English about tall ceilings and high windows with cottage pane or lead light glass. The way they fracture light and create shadows is comforting and beautiful.