posted by Geninne at 5:08 AM
Gracias igual, aunque la mia no es ni la sombra de la tuya, pero igual a tus ordenes. Me encanta la foto de Turbo y las gradas. El esta como resguardando el accesso :-).
Unos rincones preciosos!
Geninne, my father is an architect, so I love seeing the photos of your home nearly as much as those of your art. What a wonderful environment! The use of materials is stunning. Thanks for sharing these.
Love the house and its beautiful shadows, the lavender and that fellow who keeps wandering into your photos. :)
Totally love your home... but that little guy on the tiles amidst the lavender is too darling for words!!!
Your space is just incredible! Have you guys done all the work yourselves? Being an owner/builder I'm always fascinated by other people's work.
Thanks for posting these wonderful photos... love the lines and colors in your home!Give Turbo a big hug!
Geninne, que PRECIOSIDAD de casa! Quien pudiera vivir en ese paraiso! Una brazo
Your house is so interesting and gorgeous. And Turbo is so cute that he doesn't even look REAL. (Too perfect!)
Lovely home! Looks both modern and 'earthy'.
Gosh, your artwork is just absolutely beautiful! Took a peek at your pillows and must now convince the Hubs to let me buy one!God has given you a wonderful talent!xoxo
Your house is just beautiful! Love the first photo... gorgeous!
I think Turbo is human...
Your house is such an inspiration! Each time I see pictures of it, I think about your incredible use of clarity in color and light in your work. Thank you for sharing!
you're so lucky! (it makes me v. happy when my husband assembles ikea furniture - but there his housemaking skills end!) such an inspiring space!
Oh, if only it were true! I'd love to spend an afternoon on that sunny porch with that beautiful boy (Turbo, that is!!)
I thought that first photo was an abstract painting at first - pretty cool!
I love it!!! and your dog? he's gorgeous!
looks like my mexican homexo
turbo is looking particularly sneaky in this pic lol
WOnderful home! If these are the spot you don't get to see often, I wonder how does it look the spot you do see often?
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