* house!

Posted on September 30th, 2009 by maitreya. Filed under Home and Garden, Wants.

After >10 years of living the migrant scientist lifestyle + a year of house-shopping, this is ours:


Expect more home project posts!  And probably more crafting in general since I don’t have to spend every Sunday going to open houses any more.  Well, except now we have to move o_O

It’s got wonderful enormous walls, which is one reason I’ve been collecting art and art ideas.  Also, if you’ve got recommendations for modern home blogs, leave ’em in the comments.

9 Responses to “house!”

  1. Carolyn Says:

    That is AMAZING!! Congrats!

  2. Cath Says:

    Are. You. Serious.

    This is a gorgeous home, congratulations.

    I like http://www.midcenturymodernist.com/
    and http://www.modmidmod.com/

  3. Erin Says:

    ABsolutely fabulous. YOu must be so excited. Congratulations…

  4. kelli Says:

    Very nice! If it looks half as cool on the inside as the outside, you’re very lucky!

  5. Kim Says:

    Damn. That’s gorgeous. Congratulations!

  6. meg Says:

    damn! that is some house! congratulations. I can’t wait to see the inside.

  7. miriam Says:

    beautiful! =)))
    I really love it.

  8. STL Mom Says:

    Gorgeous! At http://www.houseblogs.net, you can do a search by home style. There’s a box on the right side that says, “People Like You”.
    Have fun!

  9. Heide Says:

    Oh lordy. SO jealous. That house is fabulous — congrats!!! I love it, can’t wait to see interior shots!


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