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‘Tis the Season to be Cosy

A smoggy, sunless day today.

So indulge me… Allow me to curl up in a well-travelled vintage room, with lots of books, armchairs, plaid blankets and plenty of cushions. An open fire and a mulled wine would be optional, but deliciously thoughtful.

A cosy bedroom would not come amiss, even if it were designed with teenagers in mind…

But, for the ultimate retreat, while there is still snow in the mountains, I would like to hide up in this Swiss eco-pod hut in Flims and do nothing but read and write.

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11 thoughts on “‘Tis the Season to be Cosy

  1. But, for the ultimate retreat, while there is still snow in the mountains, I would like to hide up in this Swiss eco-pod hut in Flims and do nothing but read and write.

    So much for the kids, eh? :)

  2. I think it’s an allowable sentiment after 2 weeks of holidays.

  3. Oh, Marina Sofia, these are lovely, lovely places!! That second one is just calling to me! Loudly. Thanks for sharing.

    • I can hear that call too! There is a frustrated house designer in me somewhere, with a desire for more obedient clients who would respect my ‘vision’. (As opposed to family members who have visions of their own).

  4. Lovely thoughts on a dreary day!

  5. Nice and cozy pictures ~ How I long for the beach though smiles ~

  6. Such amazing places, would definitely be very happy in any of them :)

  7. sylviemarieheroux on said:

    No smog here and very clear blue skies, of the kind you can only get on a cold winter day, with a low of -20 overnight… Can’t wait for the winter to go away!

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