Wednesday, May 13, 2015

The Groovy Land House: A Warm, Inviting and Cozy Shared Artist Abode in Riverside


This beautiful old home is the roost the sits in front of Groovy Land which I wrote about a little while back. The same day I was invited inside and snapped a few quick shots of the cozy space. It's inviting and pleasantly worn in that particular earthy, shared-hippie-artist-space way that I adore. Something about the throws, homemade hanging art pieces, eclectic old furniture and collections of natural objects create the vibe. The cups of paint brushes and art supplies out and ready for work appeals, too.


I enjoy many different styles of decor, but this particular type of bohemian homestead is my favorite to really use and be inside of. This space reminds me of The Hostel in the Forest or a down-to-earth Bed and Breakfast. It's as unpretentious as its traditional shaker-style furniture. Functional yet rustic and inviting.


I aspire to own a home like this someday. In the meantime, I can work on slowly giving my apartment the same inviting feel. It's pretty sterile after my recent purges and could use some more life!

What's your favorite style of home? I sure as hell appreciate sterile and industrial and much as rustic, but a cozy hippie casa, which art supplies and instruments out and ready for friendly gatherings, is probably my favorite...
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19 comments:

  1. Old is gold. Beautiful house. The piano looks very good!

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    1. I adore old, too. It's a home full of musicians so the piano is well selected, used, and loved :)

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    1. The outside is awesome, too. And of course, that Groovy Land Garden.

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  3. I prefer this kind of home too - minimalistic and industrial design schemes are aesthetically pleasing too of course, but this room is just charming and inviting. Love it!

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    1. Yep, charming's the perfect word :)

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  4. I'm loving the new series showing people's house. Btw, I would love to live close to the river just to fall asleep and wake up listening the water.

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    1. We're at least all in biking distance over here in Riverside, Jacksonville. This house isn't literally on the river, but it's what this whole neighborhood is called since it's closet to the St. Johns River. :D

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    2. Oh and thank you, glad you like it. I will continue poking my camera into people's homes!

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    3. Love old, especially when there are a lot of trees around it, and it's cold and rainy outside, but warm inside.

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