Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Most Ogle Worthy Movie Houses

Have you ever watched a movie and not been able to follow the plot because you were too busy eye feasting on the house it took place in? Well, it's happened to me more times than I can count. When I watch TV shows from the past I mentally renovate the houses as the show goes on. In movies I hit pause constantly just to get a really good look at the abodes I've fallen head over heels for. I typically watch movies alone for this reason; not everyone digs a fabulous house as much as I do if you can believe that! This post is some of the movies I went crazy for. If you would like to see a more detailed view of them you can visit a wonderful lady named Julia's blog over at She does an awesome job of taking you on a tour through these beauties and giving you details on what you're looking at. Here are my favs:

Something's Gotta Give:

The Family Stone:

Father Of The Bride:

The Glass House:

Night In Rodanthe:

What Lies Beneath:


Grey Gardens:

Home Alone:

All of these houses, with the exception of "The Glass House" can be found in more detail at: I strongly urge you to take a peek at that site, I do everyday to satisfy my house hungry side!


Sara @ Russet Street Reno said...

Hey, I just saw on YHL that you read my blog everyday! THANK YOU, I'm so glad you like it. I am looking forward to checking yours out, too! It's so much fun.

Sara @ Russet Street Reno said...

ps - I'm your first follower, I feel so special!

recklessbliss said...

Thank you so much Sara! I very happy to have you as the very first follower of my little blog! I hope you enjoy yourself ;)

Julia @ Hooked on Houses said...

I just saw this--been without the Internet for a few days, so I'm a bit behind. Aren't you sweet to mention so many of my movie posts? Thanks!

I've never seen the Glass House movie. Now that I've seen the house it's in, I think I need to rent it!

recklessbliss said...

You really should, it's a beautiful house. It has a courtyard rain forest area right in the middle of the house. Thanks so much for joining my blog Julia, you do such an amazing job on yours it really inspired me!

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