How are you doing today? I hope you’re having a terrific day! I’m doing pretty well and having a sweet moment as I write this post. One of my dearest friend just came back from a trip to Mexico and sent me the most delicious hot chocolate I’ve ever tried and I had to prepare some for myself now since it’s chilly today and snow is falling outside. I love so many things about Mexico and this hot chocolate called Ibarra just made the list, and how perfect it is to sip your favorite hot beverage as you look at this picture-perfect cottage, right? Can anything feel more Holiday-ish than this? Snow falling, a sweet place to go to, a fireplace. Yes, there’s so much beauty to be appreciated!
Just grab a cup of hot cocoa for yourself and come enjoy this cottage of the week with me!
A perfect place to enjoy a snowy day.
Hot & Hotter
There’s nothing more inviting than a fireplace when snow is falling outside.
A Window of Opportunities
Plenty of inspiration.
Comfort and beauty are found in this cottage.
Beautiful wood work gives this place a natural feel.
I can imagine bringing my whole family and celebrate Christmas here.
Very cozy and warm.
Details like this can make any space feel a bit sweeter, a bit more homey.
I always enjoy seeing beautiful rugs hanged as art.
Upstairs has a more feminine feel.
How adorable is this bedroom? I really like the chairs and table. Also, notice the beautiful screener.
The sweet cabin feel.
A guardian angel.
This place looks amazing inside and out.
I adore this!
Did you enjoy this winter cottage? Doesn’t it feel like a perfect place to celebrate this season? You guys know how much I love beach cottages but is there anything cozier than a little winter cabin? I can picture myself just sitting by a window and watching the snow falling and listening to the wood burning in the fireplace.
Make sure to enjoy this season. I think this is the beauty of life, making the best of what you’ve got, of where you are.
Wishing you a perfect day!
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Love this Luciane!! Glad you are feeling well and I am so jealous its snowing, would have loved a white Christmas!!! How is baby M? Give him a hug, I bet he is sooo cute!!
This home is spectacular, I love all the blonde woods and how open and airy it feels even though it has lots of wood, reminds me to stepping into a J Crew catalog and living that wonderful country life…..just fabulous!
There is something about the rustic charm of this house that makes it feel Christmassy despite the fact that it’s not even decorated for the holidays! I love the more feminine style of the upstairs.
That’s exactly why I love this place! It’s not decorated for the Holidays yet it couldn’t feel more like it! It’s the perfect place to spend a cozy and “white” Christmas!
Nice seeing you here!
Luciane at HomeBunch.com
I feel completely at home in this cottage! I love the worn-with-love feeling about it, and it couldn’t look prettier with the snow all around! This one is a keeper for sure 🙂
I was actually drinking hot cocoa as I red this. That hot chocolate from Mexico sounds delicious! This is a perfect winter cottage post!
The perfect home to hunker down in for a big snow storm! It’s so warm and cozy. Just need a cup of hot chocolate and I’m in! xo
Lovely Luciane, hope you and the little bundle of joy are doing well! Busy busy here so I’ve not been very good at blogging recently but hope to catch up after the holidays.
This is such a wonderful find, I love this cottage and the ‘undecorated’ yet calm and beautiful feeling here, and yes, it feels like Christmas!
Love to you sweet lady,
I so hope you are doing well! It is great to see your cottages back on your blog —- I love them all!!
COZY!!! Hello my friend, I have been thinking of you and baby…you need this cottage to curl up with him!
Wouldn’t this be a fabulous place to spend the holidays! I hope you have a very Merry Christmas. XO, Mona
I would love to spend some time here. the views of the snow are beautiful.
Great cottage, but I really want the friend. 🙂
This cottage reminds me of those lovely chalets I saw (ane lived in!) while in Quebec when I worked their in my 20’s (just a few years ago!). Brings back fond memories. Am delighted you are enjoying that hot cocoa. I think it is the cinnamon in it that makes it so special, gives it that special taste of Christmas! Enjoy! xoxo
This cottage reminds me of those lovely chalets I saw (and lived in!) while in Quebec when I worked there in my 20′s (just a few years ago!). Brings back fond memories. Am delighted you are enjoying that hot cocoa. I think it is the cinnamon in it that makes it so special, gives it that special taste of Christmas! Enjoy! xoxo
What a beautiful view that cottage has…I too could just sit for hours and watch the snow fall. So pretty!
This place defines rustic charm! I love that unique fireplace and all of the neturals are so calming. Thank you for your nice comment yesterday – I was SO glad to help you out! 🙂 Merry Christmas to you also Luciane!!
oooohhh Luciane How lovely this looks I was just enjoying it when the 2nd power cut of the morning stopped me !! Winter arrived in Florence yesterday and this morning it was SSSSSSSSSSSSo cold that the first pwoer cut YES IT HAPPENS IN ITALY !!occured before i rose mmmmm I would like a few big fat rugs on the floors of the cabin but otherwise looks like a super place to cuddle up for the winter Enjoy the week Luciane Milano was good and still springl;ike I had hot chocolate there too ! thinking of you and your family and sending lots of love to your sausage
What a beautiful place. Thanks so much for sharing. Have a wonderful Christmas!
Love this. Wonderful combination with all the rustic wood and a little bit of lace. Interesting architecture. Was this from a Polish magazine? That’s what the language looked like. A log cabin in Poland? Anyway, the dovetailed construction is similar to my log cabin in North Carolina, which I read originated in Scandinavia. No snow at our place now, though; it’s actually in the 60’s. Crazy warm. I could still go for the hot chocolate, though.