I'm not in love with the pink but I love the paneled walls, built-in shelf, and door. It's such a perfect place for a child to create in with the beautiful views outside, hide in away from the noise of the main floor, and just grow up in.
If we lived here this is where the Bambino would hang out. I love the color, although if he wanted a different color I'd be cool with it but I would have a good couple of years before he developed and voiced his decorating opinions. Seriously folks, would not a child just love sleeping and being in that room?
I guess the main reason I love and now deeply yern for this house is because it reminds me of the farmhouse in Norway. Besides being snuggled up next to the Bambino or by the ocean that Norway farmhouse is my most favorite place to be in the world. When I was at the farmhouse I just felt like I had been there before; everything felt so familiar. Even though I'm just looking at this house through photos I still feel like it would be a great home - something I hope to provide for the Bambino someday.
Though I'd fix the bathroom wallpaper and a few other things - it would be a fun project that house. How fun would it be to maintain the organic garden and enjoy the juicy freshness of everything that we pulled up? I'm thinking pretty lickin' good fun.
So why is this house up for sale? This beautiful dream home? The family's children are enrolled in a Waldorf School in northern California in September hence the migration and needing to sell.
If you're interested in purchasing the home click here for more information I will half hate and half love whoever buys the place. I will loathe them because they are living in my dream home but I will adore them for helping out the family and wanting to not just live in but cherish that house as much as I imagine I would.
A gal can dream.
Are you living in your dream house?