This past weekend my daughter and I ran the Fox Valley Half Marathon, which means I’ve been a little too tired to think about decorating and taking photos. So I poked around my folders and found a slew of old house pictures that I never posted! How did that happen? So without further adieu, here are the forgotten photos from earlier this spring, which by the way, is a great time to take photos of homes because there aren’t any leafy trees to get in the way of seeing the whole house.
These Old Houses
September 19, 2012 By 22 Comments
Yellow clapboard, white picket fence, half moon windows, bay window, front porch … what’s not to love?
I’ve decided I want to add a fence and gate like this in my front yard.
I just love all the windows on this historic home. Think of all that natural light indoors.
I know some of you swoon over white houses. You know who you are (Laurie).
Did you see the little gothic window in the upper left corner?
Such a beautiful, classic home with plenty of room to roam.
I’m a HUGE fan of two-toned windows like this!
Aren’t these windows called eyebrow windows or something like that?
They had a nice little garden in the front yard with these dried tufty thingies.
More two-toned windows and another picket fence. Isn’t the arched gate adorable?
What do you think of the purple and green combo? I rather like it.
The scrolled details above the windows is unique and appealing.
And here’s the back of the home, complete with lattice fence and evergreens for privacy.
How about this grand Victorian? Would you like to live in a home like this?
This is one of my favorites. I love the double porches and unique windows.
Another favorite … again, arched windows in a two-tone color scheme.
This home has a cozy little courtyard by the back door.
That stone foundation is the same that’s on my old house.
They have this fun little playhouse in the backyard.
If it were mine, it’d be my little blogging nest!
Crisp white trim really shows off the architectural details of this historic home.
I love a blue house, and this one doesn’t disappoint.
Hope you enjoyed the tour. I’m just glad I didn’t have to walk it.
My legs are still a little sore after Sunday’s half marathon.
But before I go … here’s my daughter Bridget after crossing the finish line!
Way to go, Bridget! You finally ran 13.1 miles!
Our next Half Marathon is the Saturday after Thanksgiving.
You still have time to enter my giveaway to win 2 French boxes!
Click here to enter. Winner chosen on September 23rd.