South Beach. Millwood Islands. Bridge Road One.
The homes on these northern islands are first to withstand katabatic wind off the surrounding mountains, high and cold surf, and infrequent but heavy snowfalls. Design choices tend toward the rustic although what rusic exactly is sort of depends on what the homeowner thinks of logs on walls.
Everett ‘Shooter’ James was raised in a similar landscape a few hundred miles to the east. Like the Stanfields, he considers the climate and the location worth the commute to the city, but long months on the road as the drummer for Flight leaves the house vulnerable to that same weather. Mackenna assures him she can deal with the wind and the water when he’s gone. Since he intends to take her with him, but hasn’t explained that yet, the problem isn’t solved at all, unless she’d rather shovel snow, which is of course inconceivable….
It’s probably ok. He probably still has the snow on the roof problem.
100 Via Veronaville exterior shots.
So this is kind of a garden that is a little bit overgrown with colorful flowers. I assume that the owner just threw several bags of flower seeds in the garden and just waited how they would turn out.
And I couldn’t resist adding a pond. Me and ponds are best buddies you know.
Here’s an example of the style I’m going for. It’s still colourful and magical!
100 Via Veronaville interior shots.
So yeah, frilly! I wasn’t in the mood to make another bedroom so I went with a hobby room, this time fashion inspired.
And yes, cheesy floral paintings are awesome.
Finished my living room, my screenshots have varying degrees of being overe dited. I just missed PS so much haha :)