Friday, September 19, 2014

Weekend Reflection


This is a reflection of a lamp in the home of our hosts in Switzerland.  They had a beautiful home with a rich history (built in the early 1800's by a wealthy land owner).  The house had been restored and updated as many homes in Switzerland are.  And, their taste was more modern which gave it a beautifully eclectic milieu.  You will see more of this house over time :)

15 comments:

  1. beautiful doorway with etched glass.

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  2. Great capture for the day, Andrea, and I'm looking forward to seeing more as well!! Thanks for sharing!! Have a great weekend!

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  3. What a cool shot!

    I changed the wording of my post after I read your comment. :"My cat Pierrot was looking out of the window at the vet's office" Thanks. :-)

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  4. Oops I forgot to add what I changed it to. "My cat Pierrot was at the vet's office looking out the window"

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  5. They have great taste : the design of the lamp is so unique... I hope your enjoying your stay.

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  6. So good to have you back safe and sound. It sounds like you had a marvelous time and I'm excited to see the photos.

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  7. Gorgeous. It looks such an inviting home - love the parquet floor and the warm colours.

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  8. very nice lamp as well as the photo... excellent reflection...

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  9. Well spotted, a stylish reflection!
    i like it.
    Love greetings from from germany
    Jutta

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  10. Oh what a beautiful home. That lamp is gorgeous, and I love love those doors. I'm looking forward to seeing what else you've captured on your camera. You have a fabulous day my friend, hugs, Edna B.

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  11. Looks like a nice, cozy home. Tall lamp.

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  12. This looks interesting - the lamp seems to be very modern? Great reflection.

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  13. So beautiful! Their home looks pretty amazing! Is this the same home that your friend was in when she lived with them??

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