I imagine that in the summer that can be annoying as you can’t stop the sun from being in your face. It looks really nice though.
And the sun fades everything! :-(. Sadie, my post today is inspired by your format only not three different subjects.
I couldn’t help but notice the front loading washer and dryer in red. A favorite of mine!
I loved itttt!! I want to move in asap!!! I love clear houses!!
Stunning! At least to look at…I don’t know how I’d like living there though!
I would never want a glass house, but they are lovely to look at.
I really like all the glass but I would have to have curtains or blinds up at the window for privacy so that would kind of defeat the object! ;-)
I’m always amazed at the pictures of houses that have bathrooms with large widows…and no window treatments!! I don’t care how far away from civilization I thought I was, I wouldn’t feel comfortable walking around in the altogether in front of the windows.
Gorgeous of course, but imagine cleaning all your windows!!
Wow! (only word I can think of) :-) (Pinned & Tweeted!)
Gorgeous! Would love to stay in any of them!
Just to let you know that I have passed the “One Lovely Blog” award on to you.
Fun to dream about a house like that. I presume if I could afford it I could afford a daily window cleaner too :)
Architecture me says those are cool. Walking naked through the living room in rubber boots carrying the Sears catalogue me says those probably aren’t a good idea.
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I love glass houses – so modern and clean. Just gotta be careful when you’re changing! :)
Oh, I love homes like this. Just stunning.
wow! gorgeous! love to live in one of these :)
Kinda creepy though…
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Could you live in a Glass House?
I find glass houses so peculiar and intriguing, and you’ve provided some outstanding photos of some beautiful ones! There’s a glass duplex just above Boulevard Park in Bellingham, WA that my friends and I frequently refer to as the “Cullen House” (guess why?), and I always find it fascinating. I wonder if living in one is comparable to living in a fish bowl or if it’s more pleasant than anything. As one side of the duplex is often up for lease, I constantly fear that a nudist will elect to take up residence there. Fortunately, it’s not yet happened. Gorgeous pictures and great blog!
My dad wants a glass house. I think he’s kidding, but I should show him this! :)
It is perfect! But one should be careful having a window that size in the bathroom :)
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