Wednesday, July 25, 2007

Could I live here?

You bet!!
I often times think that if i lived in Florida I would tire of the hot humid weather. However, if I could live in Seaside, I would adjust! This town is insanely too cute. One of the first of its kind developmentally & architecturally. Unique homes-each one gorgeous or cute in its own way. Each home has a white picket fence with the name of the "cottage". Little brick streets where everyone rides their bike. Central lawn with amphitheatre that hosts concerts or movies on the lawn for children. And the shopping.......oh my!! Gotta love a little pink house!
This one is one of my faves......robins egg blue, deep pink door & yellow shutters!Seaside chapel

One evening we ran into a family with an awesome dog....looked like a huge version of our great dane mix. This is Rex-part dane & part mastiff, weighing in over 200 lbs!
Sweet dog!
These were taken in Fusion, a glorious shop filled with blown glass wonders!




Of course we rented pink bikes.
Are you crazy!
Inn by the Sea just opened by Vera Bradley...gorgeous!





I love how this home has a rusty vintage urn filled with shells just outside the front door. Ummm, would definitely have one of those outside my dream cottage!
Sugar Shack...how cute is that!







10 comments:

Kristin said...

Just fun!

Only a Paper Moon said...

Very cute!! I dont know if I could live there 365 but maybe in the summertime! Lovin those colorful cottages.. Now I want to go to the beach!!

AGD said...

Hi Paige. I always love the beach photo's of your family from Seaside. We are actually thinking of vacationing in Seaside this October. I'm wondering if you can help me with some vacation rental info for that area. Can you tell me some good places (cottages or homes) to try and rent for the area? We always go to the Sanibel area but are thinking of trying the pan handle this time around. Any help or tips you can give would be greatly appreciated. Please feel free to email me at Angie@AngelicaGraceDesigns.com
I look forward to hearing from you. Love your blog by the way. Blessings, Angie Seaman

Monica said...

Oh i miss this place!
I am a florida native transplanted by the military but grew up very close to SEASIDE! Love this quiaint little community and it makes for awesome photos!

teresa said...

Oh what an adorable place. Swear it's real? Would love to have a cottage there, too....right next to yours! :)

Jeanne said...

My cousin and her family used to vacation in Seaside. I've never been, but have seen lots of yummy photos of it. It really is a fun place. I see you are putting your new camera to good use. Thanks for sharing!

Thirty-One Trendy said...

Oh I've read about it there!!! It's sooooo cute!! Now I'm going to have to investigate it for our next vacation!

Rebecca said...

Oh I love Seaside...one of my favorite places on the beach. Glad your family had such a nice time.

Rita Weiss said...

What a charming post and gorgeous place!! Come back over to my blog when you get a chance :-)

workinthatpreppy(ADN) said...

We went there spring break and our house was fab. check it out on one of my older blogs!