Monday snoop–everything is better in the sunshine…

Monday, 4 March 2013

If you visit my little corner of the internet on a regular basis, you will no doubt know that I can seldom resist posting about a country cottage… even more so if the said cottage is in a sun-drenched part of the world. And you really can’t get any more sun-drenched than Australia’s Sunshine Coast. Let me introduce you to this lovingly restored 1944 weatherboard house filled with natural light, classic furniture pieces and one the cutest dogs I have ever seen.

Let’s take the tour…

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PHOTOGRAPHY JARED FOWLER; IMAGES VIA

15 comments

  1. So nice and inspirational photos! Shall we follow eachother? xo Caroline

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  2. beautiful. airy, bright, but still cozy.

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  3. What a cozy place. And who wouldn't love to have oranges, pigs and chickens the backyard? It is the perfect virtual escape on a cold Monday morning...

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  4. You are right, Meghan. Everything is better in the sunshine. This would make for a lovely escape.

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  5. i could live in australia. and i think i could just go ahead and live in this cottage here for awhile. you, by the way, find the best cottages! that doggie, ah! cuteness overload! i really want to rub his belly. i'll take the pig and chickens too. where do i sign the lease?

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  6. It's true. Everything looks better with a little bit of light.

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  7. I luv that u post about country cottages - it's my mini vacation when I visit ur blog ;) The dogs r cute, the cat looks like a diva star, but I am smitten with the chubby wubby pig. As for the home - adorable ... I was taken aback by the mirror reflection on the stove/oven (brilliant!).

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  8. Oh goodness, I am swooning once again and you know what really made me happy? It was the simplicity of the tire hanging from the tree. Precious.

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  9. The perfect cure for the wintertime blues! Thinking of investing in a house down under so we can have spring and summer all year long.
    xxoo
    C + C

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  10. Looks almost like ours only we have to paint it and get the dog:) xxx Ala

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  11. wow, beautiful. I'd kill for that kitchen :)

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  12. Love the Sunshine Coast. We stayed in Mooloolaba on our last visit and it was magic. What a gorgeous house, and the little schnauzer is adorable too. x

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  13. The collection is so awesome and I see unique pictures here. I’d love to have a cottage like this.

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  14. You have well maitain post which is nice to see it and you have done good work on that post..Transportation to DIA

    Good post..

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