Tuesday, February 26, 2013

One Bay Window~ Several Looks

                                                                 Hello everyone,
                 I didn't have a chance to take any new photos the last couple of days so I am sharing some shots of some of the different looks our bay window in our kitchen/dining room has had over the past few years.
                                              The french styled chairs had a season  in the bay too.
           The chaise is a pretty comfy place to read or enjoy a cup of tea while taking in the view of the garden and enjoying the bird songs.

                                             The iron garden bench came indoors for awhile.
                                              A table and chairs made for a good tea time spot.
          Or a good place to write in my journal(oophs,another bad hair day for me)!
                                         Love the golden light of the early morning sunshine.
                                           The dining table area ,looking toward the bay.
                                       Sorry, for this washed out photo-but you get the idea.
                 And of course,a bay window is perfect for our Christmas tree.
           The comfy chair was there for awhile before going out to the Gardener's Cottage.
 This is the view in the spring looking out the bay window of the garden and the pond.

   Hope you enjoyed some of the different looks in our bay window.

  Have a wonderful day!



Unknown said...

Thanks for sharing the luvly pictures of your bay window... Luvly in all seasons. Your gardens views are beautiful. I think my fave is the chaise.... or maybe the writing table.... hmmm. May have to go back and look again.
Cheers, Gee

Zwergenwelt said...

Hello Carolyn,
so wonderful pictures of your bay window, I love it much!
the long chaise is so beautiful with these romantic plaid and pillow, the view into the garden is realy awesome.
Your home and garden are real like paradise!! Have a wonderful week, with best regards, cornelia

Unknown said...

Cara Carolyn,come ti ho detto in passato ti seguo sempre,ma per questioni di lingua commento poco!!
Mi piacciono questi scatti diversi della vetrata,molto molto belli!!
La tua casa è piena di armonia e amore!!
Buona giornata a presto!!

Sonia said...

I loved every vignette in your bay! Hard to pick a favorite because they are all gorgeous and so inviting!
Miss Bloomers

Pamela Gordon said...

I love a bay window and yours is perfect for many looks and seasons. What a gorgeous view!

Ruthie Miller said...

Dear Carolyn,
Every choice was a great one. What a view from that window. Your gardens never cease to amaze and delight. Love the Christmas tree there.
Thank you for sharing your beauty.
xo Ruthie

. said...

Beautifull garden!

A Garden of Threads said...

Hi Carolyn, I think I like the iron bench the best. But it really does not matter what I sit on to look out onto your gorgeous garden. Enjoy the rest of your day.

Jacqueline~Cabin and Cottage said...

How many ways are there to say gorgeous! I would say you have really taken advantage of that lovely window space.

Michele M./ Finch Rest said...

Every single look is awesome - even what YOU deemed the bag hair day one - goof - I'd give anything for some curl to my own head of hair!

I like each look - you change it so often, that's so neat.

I love that view, it's really a blessing of God's gifts to us, isn't it? What amazing beauty!

Unknown said...

che meraviglia questi angoli della tua sala da pranzo.....sono paradisiache molto belle, incantevoli di gran gusto .....complimenti

Deanna said...

Sweet Blessings to you!
Dearest Carolyn, You have the prettiest pictures around. I still wish you'd create a Calender.

We are inching our way to Spring as i sit inside and watch it snow!

Better days ahead,
d from Kansas

Alessandra said...

Your bay window looks gorgeous and with the Christmas tree is a dream! The view of your wonderful garden is very beautiful. You have a fantastic home!!

podso said...

Fun post to show your bay window in all of its dressings. They all look beautiful. Love the one of you writing in your journal.

Merlesworld said...

A good place to curl up with a good book or just spend the time looking out the window and day dream.

sunnyskiesandsweettea said...

All of the looks are beautiful....

Amy Jo

Susan said...

Definitely enjoyed all, Carolyn. The first photo, with the pretty valence, is my fave. Susan

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that is really nice and creative

Marie Atkinson said...

Oh I can just imagine how wonderful it must be to enjoy that light filled space. All the arrangement were wonderful! I would enjoy the chaise and the writing table the most I think.

Cindy said...

All of the looks are very beautiful, I love your home!

Cindy said...

Loved them all but my favorites are the ones with the chaise.

Custom Comforts said...

What a lovely view both inside and out. And all the different ways you arranged the area are just beautiful. Are you sure you aren't Anne of Green Gables all grown up?

Evi said...

I love all the settings, but the view will always steal the show. How beautiful to see that every day!

Etteb said...

Oh, view on a garden is gorgeous! All looks are beautiful, good for nice relax with cup of tea or a book! Love, LOVE!

Terry said...

You have a very beautiful house and view! And it looks stunning! It embodies an old, dreamy, French home! It feels like I stepped into another era with all the style and design that you have going on.

Terry Arnold

Unknown said...

Wow! I’m impressed with how much thinking you’ve spent on every setup. :D The design with the chaise would work for me best. I always make it a point to spend some quiet time for reflecting, reading, or simply observing things. It would be a great place to do that. I might add sleeping on the list too, if I’d have it at home! -->Isaac

Anonymous said...

Oh, Carolyn, this little corner of your home is so enchanting. I just love the garden bench and the chaise chair; I can just imagine how relaxing it would be to stay there. I’m planning on putting a window seat for my bay window, but thanks to your blog, I now want to create different looks for it too.

Ashlee Starns