Sunday, December 26, 2010

Snowed In



my Norwegian dream cabin 

I hope you all had a lovely Christmas! I did the traditional Jewish thing, which consists of plenty of Chinese food and a movie with my parents. (I Love You Phillip Morris is a must-see.)

Now I'm hunkering down for the blizzard that is supposed to last throughout tomorrow. I had the good sense to go grocery shopping before the snow started, and I'm planning to make the Healthy Mac 'n Cheese recipe posted by Lynzy of Sparkling Footsteps and some chocolate walnut brownies. I'm grateful for my warm apartment and comfort food, of course, but I would much rather be snowed in at one of these cozy cabins.



 a modern ski chalet in Megeve, France
[via Sinanation]




 rustic mod in Maryland by Hopkins & Porter
[via apartment therapy]





the Beaver Lodge at Connecticut's Winvian resort

19 comments:

  1. LOVE THESE.
    make me want my own house :)

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  2. I was looking at all of these, thinking I have no interest in cabins until I saw the bathtub in the last photo. Definitely can't fit that in my teeny apartment. I'm hiding from the storm too. Got my dinner (spinach and lemon soup) and movie (Easy A), and furballs keeping me warm :)

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  3. I'm riding out the storm in Florida, although I don't have a choice! Every flight into Boston is cancelled! I have to tell you, regardless of my distaste for snow, I could see myself cozying up in a lot of these great houses. I can't wait until our blogger brunch on Friday! See you then.

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  4. Oooh these are gorgeous. Don't we all just wish we could be here, cozy with a cup of tea and a good book or something?
    Lovely!

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  5. It's a bit belated, but Merry Christmas sweetie! Wishing you an awesome New Year for 2011!

    Loving these escapes! Blogger friens should all hook up at one of these places!
    x.o.x.o

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  6. A M A Z I N G interiors!!!! i want a house like that!!!
    hope your holidays were FAB! thank you for your sweet comment! you can reach me also on bloglovin, facebook and twitter :)so cu soon!

    xoxo from rome
    K.
    http://kcomekarolina.blogspot.com/

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  7. Such a lovely house. My new inspiration.

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  8. wow how fun is that log cabin...would love to be there now. We had so much snow in Raleigh NC yesterday! It was absolutely beautiful.

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  9. omg i love the idea of being in a log cabin! which is why nick and i are getting married in a barn! so rustic!!! hope you're enjoying your snow day!

    xo
    sami

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  10. I am in loooove with that first cabin! faux fur and fair isle everywhere <3

    xoxo

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  11. I'm already jealous of everyone getting snowed in, but in one of these places it would be heaven!

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  12. WOW I would love to be snowed in one of these lovely cabins as well!!! I hope you stay warm in that blizzard up there!!!

    XX

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  13. These places are AMAZING! My jaw literally dropped.

    I'm glad you survived Christmas with such panache =) I can totally get behind Jim Carrey and Ewan MacGregor.

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  14. Um, yeah...now THAT'S how I'd do cabin. Amazing!

    ♥ V
    http://www.gritandglamour.com
    twitter: @gritandglamour

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  15. Oh I really need a cabin in the mountains with a fireplace in each room, cashmere blankets and a sauna or jacuzzi - sigh! Glad to hear you got your supplies in before the blizzard started - it looks crazy over there!!! xoxo

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  16. It's actually supposed to rain here, but I wish we had snow coming. It actually sounds nice to just cuddle up on my couch, knowing I can't get out to go anywhere. A good excuse to relax on the couch ;) Enjoy!

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  17. I adore this style, Marissa!
    Happy celebrating on Dec 31th!!! xxxx

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  18. Wow. That ski chalet is AMAZING. As are the rest.

    I hope you survived the blizzard OK (and I am eternally grateful it bypassed Ohio!!)

    Merry belated Christmas to you, and best wishes for the New Year!

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