11 November 2010

Town House, Scottish Lodge or Country House?



Town House Study

I am playing house thru the Oka website today.
A British home design store with a wonderful collection.
I honestly think you can do it all here...any home, anywhere.
Books, flowers, pillows, throws and candles with a touch of red.

I think there are lots of 'do it yourself' ideas here too. 
I for one am off to do a little nesting.

Which one could you call home?

The Scottish Lodge



The Town House



The Oxford Townhouse



The Country House




 I am thinking it would be nice to merge them all.
Wouldn't that be fun!

Which one would you call home?


Images~ Oka

21 comments:

  1. Oh Scottish lodge for sure. It is calling to me. Will just pour a wee dram and be there in a flash. xo

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  2. Funny you should say that Jane...I woke up thinking in a Scottish accent this morning. My kids were not happy this morning when I attempted to call them wee bubs. That is what I get for late night postings...I then dream about them. Saying that, I did not mind dreaming about any of these :)

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  3. Hi Jeanne - think it's got to be country for me. I was in Surrey yesterday - stayed in Egham at Great Fosters - have you heard of it? Lovely images here though...so many nice things! Lou x

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  4. I love them all Jeanne and I would happily combine them but if I had to choose I would pick the country house. xx

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  5. Beautiful pictures and very hard to choose a favorite...I like the idea of having separate wings in all of the styles!!

    I think I do like the Country House the best...it's a bit more causal and comfy!

    XO,
    Jane

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  6. I think I'll go with the Country House...if I were able I'd visit each one and stay for a fortnight!

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  7. The Scottish lodge if the dog in the basket comes with it!

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  8. Scottish lodge. Looks cozy. Plus I've had a Scottish addiction since reading the Outlander series of books....Ah Jamie Fraser :-)
    But they are all beautiful.

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  9. Melody..does one ever get over Jamie Frazer?? I think not, it has been five years and I still think about that series. I have tried to explain it to so many people...you have to read it to get it. Glad I found someone else who does :)

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  10. If you don't mind Jeanne I'll have the sitting room from the Oxford Town house and the bedroom from the Country House.
    Sharon

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  11. The Oxford Townhouse calls out to me but I think in a weak moment I would add toile and make it country, and the Dons' wives would cease to visit. My research papers would be rejected and I would go into a slow decline. Perhaps I'd be safer joining you and Jane for a wee tipple.

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  12. Wee tipple it is Mise, any time!!

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  13. What a great post!! I love every single picture you posted!! Oooh sooo charming!! Thank you for introducing us to OKA!
    xx
    Greet

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  14. Oh how I love OKA's catalogues - glad you love them too Jeanne... think I would go for the townhouse myself but they are all great! x

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  15. The Scottish lodge, absolutely, so cozy.
    Very nice post, congratulations.
    Hugs
    tereza

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  16. Can't choose Jeanne....I love them all. I love Oka....my dining room table and chairs came from Oka. XXXX

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  17. You could merge them...they're all quite a bit alike, especially when it comes to color.

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  18. I'm a bit besotted with that Oxford townhouse bedroom Jeanne :)

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  19. Oxford Town House for me Jeanne. Sometimes when I'm in the city in the evening, I just wish I had a little bolthole close by to retire to instead of the long drive home up the Freeway to The Hedge!!
    Millie ^_^

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