a room with a view.

tucked away in the isle of wight, is this dreamy little cottage, complete with a veranda with view of the sea. ahhhh, can you imagine running away to hide out in this little place? after the hectic week i’ve had, i’m on my way there in my head as fast as my imagination can take me! discovered via light locations, this tiny summerhouse is secluded in a lush little setting beside a pond, with lilypads even! i’m off to dream — see you all tomorrow!

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42 Responses to “a room with a view.”
  1. laura evans says:

    i could spend my summer there … reading & dreaming & taking photos … picnics & candle lit dinners … wonderful & perfect … & can i have one?

  2. cb says:

    oh my god…i really want to run away there right NOW…just me and the mister! i could use a break from my family…uugh

    xo,
    cb
    http://www.thecitybirdsnest.blogspot.com

  3. Micaela says:

    Oh my! This is beautiful-I love that rustic feel + those colors!

  4. Paige says:

    oh, that may be my favorite room ever. it’s just so perfect, especially with the touch of colored glass.

  5. absolutely charming. like a dream….

  6. I am in love. so lovely.

  7. jennifer in sf says:

    Argh. Why can’t we teleport? I need to spend a long weekend there!

  8. Evita says:

    I’ll add this lovely little gem to my ‘Calgon’ files!

  9. Susannah says:

    oh my, i want one of these at the end of my garden!

  10. Julie says:

    I always adore a blue room!

  11. Holly says:

    Just the kind of place my soul is aching for right now.

  12. Jude says:

    I’d *live* in every lightlocation picture, if I could.

  13. Zohar says:

    Oh my that is dreamy!!! That would be the most perfect studio ever.

  14. Sigrid says:

    That is so extremely wonderful!!!

  15. Love this beautiful and tiny house!*

  16. TheAL says:

    It looks absolutely heavenly!

  17. Maja says:

    How did you *find* this website?? The company offering these places for rent, now I understand how these photo shoots have such fabulous places! If I were rich I’d book one of these random quirky places or really old looking farms! What a fun site to stumble upon, thank you!! :)

  18. victoria says:

    it’s a dream cottage, isn’t it?

    maja – i used to be an art buyer, and scouted locations, so i heard about them through my previous job. :)

  19. Sarah says:

    Ooh WOW! what a lovely, dreamy place :)

  20. I can feel my blood pressure lower just LOOKING at your photos…

  21. LiveLikeYou says:

    What a fantastic little place to retreat to for some relaxation and inspiration!!!

  22. Sharon says:

    What a charmer! Thanks for posting about this peaceful place. I’ll meet you there in my imagination.

  23. Kristina says:

    wow, this place is magical… beyond beautiful.
    viele grĂ¼sse, kristina

  24. Tina says:

    Stunning, just stunning.

  25. i can’t stop coming back to these images. thank you for sharing!

  26. Petra says:

    So wish I was here right now. How peaceful and beautiful. I can even smell the fresh air!

  27. Sylvie says:

    It is dreamy. I got a stash of architectural salvage from a free pile behind an antique collective the other day. Marcel and I are planning to build a fort for him in the backyard. After seeing this cottage I’m tempted to make myself a “fort” too!

  28. nauli says:

    So, so, so beautiful! Makes me dreaming of better times :)

  29. Lana says:

    What a wonderful, beautiful, little hideaway!

  30. leanne says:

    oh that’s so gorgeous!!!!!

  31. Robin Corley says:

    Love it. I want to have one built in my backyard…By the way love love love your blog…

  32. mar says:

    just LOVELY! this inspired me to do a local cabin search but everything was too boring-cabin-y. would anyone happen to know of a website with cute, quirky cabin rentals? preferably local to los angeles. :)

  33. I absolutely love when people transform small little places like this. It’s very charming and romantic, and the colors they chose are beautiful.

  34. Julia says:

    I love that they used scrap architectural elements. I am going to build a space like this someday. Thank you for sharing this with us.

  35. Wendy says:

    Lovely! Have you ever seen tumbleweed cottages? This reminds me of them. So tiny. The size really draws me in and makes me want to slow down.

  36. happy mrs c says:

    This looks like a piece of heaven! i could curl up and read a book sipping fruit mint tea!. Thanks so much for sharing this place of peace.

  37. Linda Lee Reeves says:

    what about snakes? Are there any there? Some people are afraid of dogs; I am of snakes. I love the house and the location. It’s like a dream doll house.

  38. Ha! Until I read post 38 I thought I was the only one thinking about the critters – mosquitos, frogs, snakes, creepy crawlies! Adorable cottage, but I’d skip the swamp! :-)

  39. Marita says:

    This place is divine…Victoria did you take the pictures?nice work!

  40. victoria says:

    marita – oh, heavens no! i wish. this is in the UK, by light locations.

    the creepy critters never occurred to me! i guess i’m not that afraid of bugs and things. :)

  41. Sandra says:

    I just love little homes I will need to build one.:)

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