Sunday, December 29, 2019

Charlotte Moss' A Winter House

I love Charlotte Moss' book, A Winter House, which chronicles her house in Aspen (she sold it in 2007 for a cool $8.5M) but it's so timeless and perfectly put together, it could exist in any decade.

The house is huge, is filled with stuff everywhere, heavy winter fabrics, lots of books, paisley, and she attends to every detail: comfortable guest rooms with writing tables complete with pens and paper; baths with robes, salts, slippers, heavy towels and mats; beautiful lampshades; a winter china collection beyond your wildest imagination complete with winter cutlery; placecards; game rooms; a wine cellar.

(From the book)
When the house was up for sale a panorama of the house was put on line and luckily it's still there.  You can see it here.

If you have not explored this marvelous home please do so! Would love to see what the new owners did with it.  They bought it unfurnished.

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