Saturday, July 14, 2012

Romantic Homes For August

Another month.
Another Romantic Homes
 publication.
Another chance to
have a little peek inside.

Heeeeeere's Johnny~
Here's the cover!
And, here's some of the
goodness inside.
 I love Nita over at
For some reason she keeps 
dropping from my blog roll.
Are you trying to dump me, Nita?
You'll find lots of eye candy there.
Then there is this lovely home
belonging to
There is a wonderful 
article with lots of pictures
of her home..here's one more.
Lois Moore makes her home
in a rehabbed church.
located in the Chicago area,
has a beautiful 12 page spread
in this month's issue.
Here's one little teaser.
Moving from Chicago
to Sanibel Island you will find
A sweet little place full of~
things like this....
And, last~
but certainly not least,
our sweet Christie Repassy
was interviewed.
What a wonderful interview, Christie!
If you DON'T KNOW
Christie you MUST
 go find her at
She is an amazing artist and her
blog is full of beautiful images.

Well, folks!
I was late getting this posted
this month.
I can't imagine why...I mean I have
NOTHING TO DO....
oh...wait...I do have
THIS going on
yeah....that'll keep me occupied
for a while...well, at least until
tomorrow morning's post!
your photo name

37 comments:

Susie said...

Diana, All those romantic homes are so beatiful, makes all of us want them. But then look at those little monkeys ..er..I mean angels. What could be more beautiful??Plus you can put your arms around them.:):)xo, smiles,Susie

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

Going to check out the blogs I don't know. I already follow Nita's.

Anonymous said...

I'm going right now to say hi to all these beautiful blogs, have a wonderful Saturday!

Anonymous said...

Looks like a fantastic magazine. Lots to drool over, so off to check the blogs you mentioned. With all you have going on, it is a wonder you get time to even open the magazine!

outjunking said...

Thanks again for introducing us to some more very talented people. I can always count you to share your friends.

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Got to go check out a couple of new to me blogs. Thanks for the preview. Hugs, Marty

Japolina said...

That white house is gorgeous!

boopnut said...

I love the beautiful romantic homes, but that is not my life. We have newspapers and tennis shoes in my living room, an ironing board is set up in the dining room right now...and I could go on!
Deb

ImSoVintage said...

My parents used to have a home in Sanibel Island. I loved it there. Pretty cute distractions you have :)

Jettie said...

I love the eye candy in the bottom photos much better, lol.

Nellie said...

Looks like you won't have a dull moment this week-end, Diana! Beautiful grandchildren!

It's All Connected said...

Beautiful pics of romantic homes make me relax and smile from the inside out. Being in the middle of a gaggle of grandkids makes me smile from my actual soul out. But then, you already know that feeling! ~ Maureen

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

I rarely buy a magazine....but this one sure is tempting! Love your sweet babies, my friend! Happy weekend!

ℳartina @ Northern Nesting said...

Now I need to run out and get a copy!! Perfect reading material for the plane ride. I'm a follower of Nita's but will go ck out those other fabulous blogs!

Lucille said...

I always mean to stop buying magazines but I don't think I ever will because I am too easily tempted by all the eye candy they offer. They are so expensive, though! I have tons of them. My daughter always looks through them when she comes. It seems we never get tired of looking at the same photos because they're so enchanting. Those kiddie photos are so cute. SweetCheeks made me giggle as usual!

Tete said...

Well, you crazy girl. You have been slacking here, haven't you? I suppose you do have a good excuse...maybe.
Hope you are doing good and that your weekend is wet and cool.

It's Just Dottie said...

I love the way you are always such a large part of your grandchildrens life.
I just got back from a visit with mine.
They lived 1100 miles away from me!!!
Smiles. Dottie

Nonnie said...

Love seeing all the lovely pictures of such beautiful things. But ahhhh, those sweet kids. Even better. Have fun.

NanaNor's said...

Hi, I can't imagine why you would even give blogging a second thought with these sweet grands around. Oh how I love the houses in Romantic Homes-I must try to find this mag. I will definitely go check out these places. BTW,I don't have your name on my drawing-don't miss it(see my post today), even if you don't wear earrings, they would make a great gift.
Hugs, Noreen

Karen Mary Butterfly said...

That was fun! I am a magazine junky. Didn't see this one yet so, it was fun getting to explore through you! Thanks! Enjoy the grand-kids. You have a wonderful family!

andrea@townandprairie said...

I do not have this new issue yet! They are always late getting mags out by me. I DID get the new issue of VINTAGE, though.. It was nice, not as exciting as the first premiere issue, personally, but still some good stuff!!

Connie said...

Lovely post . . . Thank you for sharing Diana. Have a great week, Connie :)

Debbie said...

I can't wait to get a copy!! Thanks for the peaks inside.
I understand about staying busy with the kiddos, Diana...and mine live downstate!!!! yikes!
Blove.
xxoo

Connie said...

Hi Diana, You'll have to go along with your friend, one of this times she visits Pendleton. Does she ride in the rodeo? It is a very interesting town with a lot of western history. Thanks for stopping by, I always enjoy seeing your lovely smile. Have a great week. Connie :)

camp and cottage living said...

Wow
Eye candy for sure.
I just can't imagine what keeps you so...busy Diana! Really.

Linda @ Itsy Bits And Pieces said...

I'm keeping busy the same way you are Diana...but I do love a little time with my Romantic Homes magazine...

Anonymous said...

Lovely decorating and your grands are adorable. Thanks for the great links.

Angie@slipcoveredgrey said...

I have to run out and get this magazine! I am in LOVE, and your sneak peek makes me drool. Those little ones are so precious!

Stacy said...

I love all those soft cabbage rose images, pastel pottery, and vintage linens, but I'm going to have to wait till I'm an old lady living alone to decorate that way. My husband, daughter, pets and other relatives that visit are NOT compatable with it. :(

Betsy@ coastal-colors said...

Thank you for sharing these lovely homes. I'm going to check them out! I know Who Nita is, but am not familiar with the others! Lots of eye candy in this issue! I can't imagine why you late! Really?! I'm telling you I can see you in Sweet Cheeks!

Blessed Serendipity said...

Have lots of fun with the grands. I bet you're gonna sleep good tonight!

xo,
Danielle

Little Miss Maggie said...

I LOVE Romantic Home. One of my very favorites.

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

Diana,
I just bought this issue of Romantic Homes. I had always subscribed to it years ago . Then I didn't like the magazine for several years but the last 4-5 issues seem to have returned to the sstyle I like so I have once again subscribed to Romantic Homes again.
I bet those grands are keeping you busy.
Hugs,
Debbie

printing business cards said...

I want my home to look like those. Its lovely and it makes me want to live in one. Thanks for sharing these photos, Its very inspiring.

Shopgirl said...

Thank you for sharing these amazing pictures. Since we are remodling our upstairs, I am searching for ideas. I am going with a soft yellow for the walls when they are ready. And a old fashioned blue. We are making two bedrooms upstairs into one large room. You might even call it a loft when done. We have put this off for a very long time. Right now I am going through boxes, it's time to get rid of stuff I haven't even seen in years. Love that little face!!!! Hugs, mary

Keeping it Cozy said...

Looks amazing! I'll have to go get that magazine! What sweet pictures of your family.

Melinda Graham said...

Thanks for the sweet mention in your posting!~ It means a great deal to me...
Melinda