Wednesday, April 14, 2010

EYE CANDY


Is this a perfect pool house or what?
Unfortunately, I clipped this out of a magazine so long ago that I have forgotten its origins (more blogger demerits for me!) All that matters is that it's stunning and, visually speaking, equal to taking a deep breath . I want to create the trellised ivy on a wall very soon...time to break out some nylon fishline and nails.
Do you dig it? 

37 comments:

Beach Vintage said...

Oh yes....I could splash around here all day long.

charles said...

for is excellent blog and much creative y much capacitation excellent presentation

Karena said...

Oh so much, it is really perfect!!
Anne, I can picture myself painting art inside!

Karena
Art by Karena

Beach House Living said...

That is a wonderful pool house. Paint the ivy on! We have plenty here and would prefer it wasn't. It's truly destructive.

Kerry said...

Gorgeous. I did the trellis thing with star jasmine...it looked great and bonus, smelled divine.

Sanity Fair said...

soooooooo lovely!!! Doesn't it look so cool and refreshing? I'm a huge fan of the vines grown into a trellis pattern too. I'm going to take a quick dip before the maid brings lemonade...

Porchlight Interiors said...

Absolute perfection! Tracey xx

Angela said...

I agree, it's beautiful. I too have a dreamy outdoor room/pool house picture that I tore from House and Garden (the British issue) some time ago. It is built out of stone with pantiled terracotta roof tiles, complete with large fireplace, rustic furniture and big lamps with equally large shades, candles, large soft pillows, I could go on, it's stunning and I am hanging on to it in the hope that some day, I can replicate this in a home of my own!

Thanks for sharing.

Angela

Debra said...

I sure do! Go for the whole look and then invite us all there to sip umbrella cocktails would you please???

Kwana said...

I do dig it.

The Huntress said...

L.O.V.E.!!!!!! I want to live there :)

Marija said...

I dig. I so totally wish I had this kind of space (and discretionary cash!). Straight out of a fantasy!!

Mrs. Expat said...

Love the ivy. It must not do well in Delhi. I have never been able to find any, but I did find boxwood!

Heather Meadows Marshall said...

I have lots of pool house pics saved from magazines, but I really think this is my favorite!

A Gift Wrapped Life said...

Yes, I do dig it Anne and the gorgeous pool too. the whole setting has me wishing for a bigger backyard. Hope your week is swimming along nicely. XO

Christy said...

I dig it. It makes me go 'ahhhhhh' and want to lay down in the sun!

My Carolina Kitchen said...

What a gorgeous pool house. I could spend many hours in the sun there, lazing away the day.

Someone does a fantastic gardening job keeping things so neat and well manicured.
Sam

MaryBeth said...

I gasped out loud when the photo popped up. This is going in my "when I hit the lottery " file. xo, MB

MrsLittleJeans said...

I so dig and would like to know how you do it! Have a great day Anne!

xx

Gypsy Purple said...

Absolutely fabulous!!!!

vicki archer said...

Yes please....xv

Beatriz said...

I am so glad I found your blog!! I seriously CANNOT believe you worked on the set of It's Complicated. I was totally taken aback. I wanted it all!! And yes, this little slice of heaven is absolute perfection. I Love pools that look more like art or architecture. They are gorgeous year round!!

PS I'll be following :)

Beatriz.
thatgirlinpearls.com

Melanie said...

Totally dig it:)

The Zhush said...

Totally digging it...and your lovely rose print too!

red ticking said...

bring it on!!!!!!! happy spring darlin... xx

Rosie Campbell said...

I see myself floating on a raft in that pool. Fabulous!

www.rosiecampbell.net

Averill said...

Gorgeous. I particularly love how the spa flows into the pool and how well they both work with the architecture of the pool house.

DolceDreams said...

Oh this is absolutely exquisite! The ivy is incredible, I don't know if I have ever seen it trellissed like that. We are getting ready for pool season here in Vegas, I love my pool, but wish I had a pool house...like that!
Nathalie

Dumbwit Tellher said...

I'm digging..I'm digging. Huge dream. Even the pool is of gorgeous design with it's ledge. I love the clean lines, no curves. I see why you would of saved this Anne. xx

Sabina said...

Stunning!!! I definitely dig it!!:)

kate said...

Oh to die for
kate

Stephenie from Decorating Addiction said...

It's awesome and I am jealous it's not part of my backyard! I have tried, unsuccessfully on several occasions to get Ivy to grow up a trellis. Any suggestions? It grows up my house instead?! help!! Found you through the comments on A Tranquil House.

Gypsy Purple said...

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Kerri said...

I could even go without the house and just move straight into the pool house if it looked like this! Divine! K xx

Katie said...

yes, please! Love the ivy!!

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yvonne

La Petite Gallery said...

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yvonne

 
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