Thursday, November 1, 2012

when can i move in?? - camille price's home in viriginia

what an amazing gem of a house in charlottesville, virginia. so perfectly aged and worn, full of special details and cozy corners. one day, i tell you. one day jamie meares will have her own cozy corners like these. until then, delight in all of this goodness:












23 comments:

Sadie + Stella said...

This is gorrrrgggg. Looks like it is packed with sentimental items.

Tyne Swedish said...

This room is almost too perfect and beautiful! I would love to stay in it for a vacation home but I don't know if I could handle it day to day though I do find it very romantic and alluring. I guess as I age Bauhaus is looking better and better to me.

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Bethany [at] Powell Brower Home said...

i feel like jamie meares DOES have comfy corners in her house, from the pics ive seen. this particular house makes me feela little haunted.... otherwise, id like to have champagne in old fashioned champagne glasses there

Christine Dovey said...

So cozy, warm and collected- gorgeous.

catie said...

dang.
that's good stuff.

Allison said...

LURVE!!!

Stacey said...

Already planning to raid Target for icicles to hang from a driftwood chandy from Shades of Light for DR like the first pic. LOVE all of these. Right up my alley.

andrea said...

It's the layers that I love. and the collections. This house has a soul and and that's what makes it a home. Lovely.

Ashley Callen said...

Love all the antlers & other natural elements.

{Hi Sugarplum!} said...

From what I've seen of your house...it very much has that same feel!!! now you know how the rest of us feel about you!! #crushing

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Anonymous said...

Prissy, pretentious and staged. Next?

ainae said...

what a nice house!! is it maroccan style? love it!

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Nickie said...

This IS a great home. Love all the layers and how it has a "worn" look to it. I can't help but wonder though....who does all the dusting????

Greener Durham said...

Not my favorite. Just seems too staged. There is some creativity in there though and I saw some things I'd try. Thanks for sharing!

Frances Schultz said...

Agree with Andrea and love the layers of soul. Sublime. Did you take the pictures, Jamie, or was this published somewhere? What's the source?

Anonymous said...

Ok, found more pics and have warmed-up to this house. I think it's the wall paint treatment that throws me.

Search for her name and you'll find these pics and more

toby said...

I hope i could build my house like that

nailpolish np said...

Woow, how beatifull <3 Such a big inspire!

Soul Pretty said...

Oh yeah...that place is gorg...trend alert...I'm seeing the black, asian coffee table everywhere...hum?

B.B said...

I looveee this house!
Beautiful! <3

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The French Cottage said...

I was just browsing thru a Dec 2011 issue of Southern Living and saw this house and remembered that I loved it. I was searching online for more pics and I was brought here. Love the coziness and layers of the rooms...especially that little eat-in area in the first pic. Thanks for posting!

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