Just a quick check-in while I'm on the road but just wanted to say I was sold on the Smart Home from the beginning -- at my first look at the English Tudor exterior. It can only get even better from there.
Furnished and finished, I can't wait for the updates. Please hurry!
I like Linda W too, but if I it takes wearing blue booties to get into the Dream Home, hand me a pair! Sitting on the floor is another matter. Terri's good at that. Me, not so often!
Yes, it's not just the crunch of snow beneath our shoes these days, but the crunch of time as well. I've also got a long list of "must do" errands to accomplish today, so off I go into the chilly blue yonder.
Careful, careful, minitoni, for while 'tis the season to be jolly, it's also the season to rush about. Thankfully nothing broken and you'll be fine and fit for the festive holidays right around the corner!
Good to see you here, minitoni. Like many dreamers, we have plenty of questions, so hopefully Liz will be able to fill us in on all those "gotta know" answers!
For more holiday cheer, coming to HGTV on Fri, Dec 13 at 8 pm, check out the following sneak peek link on Laurie March's blog: http://blog.hgtvremodels.com/2013/12/06/celebrity...
You're bound to get some great decorating ideas for your home this season -- and again next year -- in your very own Lake Tahoe Dream Home!
Thanks for an enticing sneak peek of Celebrity Holiday Homes, on HGTV Friday, Dec 13 at 8 pm. I've set to record the excitement of Christmastime -- just to be sure I don't miss a minute!
Two of my season favorites already are the eco-friendly icicles -- cool and classy, and the sparkling Seybert beaded stockings are glitzy, golden and glamorous. Terri went for (surprise!) the ChristmasClaude burlap and muslin dog bone stockings.
Looking forward to your Celebrity Holiday Homes extravaganza.
Thankfully my windows are well-winterized (and being the desert, well-summerized!) but these arctic temps sweeping down into S CA the past few days are making me wish for a serious dose of tropical sunshine.
I am, however, wondering about the pros and cons of installing french doors to replace sliders. Do you think they're at least as energy efficient as sliding glass doors?
I totally can't wait to see this Smart Home finished and furnished to perfection, twoTERRIERS. It's going to take a starring role in my HGTV and DIY favorites this year.
Thanks for the holiday cheer, alicesoneysmom. Yep, I sure do like those Christmas cookies!