Monday, September 7, 2009

Romantic Homes

W ow! It's September already!!! Boy, time is sure flying by. But at least it feels like I can slow it down a bit when I sit in my favorite spot with my newest issue of Romantic Homes Magazine. Time just seems to slow down when I'm looking through and enjoying page after page of beautiful pics.

Today I would like to share with you one home in particular that was featured. This lovely home belongs to Liza Price and her family. Aside from the fact that it's gorgeous, something else caught my attention.

I noticed that every single room had some red in it. It ranged from a small red embroidered initial on a pillow to a red wall.

I read somewhere that a room should always have something red in it...big or small. It will give the room life, pizazz and it will definitely call attention. Well I guess they were right. It certainly caught my attention!


Here are some more of my favorite pictures. Enjoy!

Thank you so much for stopping by.
Hope you will come back and visit again real soon.
Happy Labor Day Everyone!

14 comments:

Candy said...

Oh girl! you know I love a good magazine. Thanks for turning the pages while we looked. And the summer project is beautiful with the last picture at night, WOW! You both did an awesome job. What kind of material did you use to make the cover?
Thanks for stopping to visit with my little bluebirds and you too, have a marvelous Monday ;-)

Jacque said...

Hi Ana, thanks for the review. I like pops of red too, don't you? A little spice never hurt anyone...

Have a great week and Happy Labor Day today!

Rebecca said...

Happy Labor Day, Ana! Thanks for sharing the pics with us!

xoRebecca

Sandra said...

Happy Labor Day, Ana! I love the color red. I think it does give that "pop" kind of look to any room. :) Visit me some time.
Blessings,
Sandra

Atelier de Charo said...

Muy interesante la revista. Gracias por tus comentarios. Nos vemos
Charo

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

How very subtle, but so nice. It really does add that small touch of spark in a very quiet way. Thanks so much for stopping by. I am so glad you are going to join the "Cloche Party". I can hardly wait to see what you create. Hugs, Marty

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

I just had to come back and say that I also looked at your previous post of the patio. It is stunning. I love it. What a wonderful space you've created. Just fabulous. Hugs, Marty

Vicki said...

Hello, Ana,
I love Romantic Homes magazine, too. I also love Romantic Country magazine. I am like you. I savor each page while sipping on a hot cup of coffee. Thanks for sharing those beautiful rooms! Now, I am going to have to check and see if I have some red in every room. I think the color red is so cheerful and happy. Have a great day! Vicki

Crystal Rose Cottage said...

I always heard that you should have something black in a room...but red is great too! Your room pics from the magazine are so beautiful! I love to look at my mags over and over again. It seems I see something new each time.
~Patti

Musings of a Sea Witch said...

A lovely magazine and you, my dear, have a sharp eye to catch the subtle uses of red throughout. Have a great week. Sea Witch

June said...

Hi Ana,
I loved this home feature too. It was such a calm and soothing place I thought. I haven't been able to sit and actually read the article, but I did look at the lovely pictures.
Hugs,
June

Dawn said...

Hi Ana,
I love the looks in those photos! I especially like the ones that have a variety of different colors. I bought some red tables at The Green Pea (owned by a local blogger) last week. They look great in my yellowish living room.
Dawn

Vicki said...

Ana,
Thank you for coming by for a visit at Bunny Cottage today. I love it when you come by. Sending happy thoughts your way. Vicki

Cindy said...

That is a lovely home, the touches of red are really nice. I think it is an art, knowing how to use certain colors without allowing them to take over. My walls are light yellow and I love the thought of bits of red with them, here and there, but somehow I just don't love the look. I will use it this winter anyways. Maybe next year I will figure out something better.
Thanks for a look at the Romantic Homes Mag. It is my favorite of them all. Hugs, Cindy S.