I am not one of those New Englander’s who is constantly complaining about the snow. I actually LIKE the snow. There comes a point though (late March) when one more storm is just enough to push me over the edge.  So today, rather than spending the day as planned with clients, I am snowed in at home while we get another 12″ of snow.

To give myself a little lift and to remember to be grateful for the beauty of the snow and not focus on the inconvenience of it all,  I wanted to share some of my favorite snow photos with you. All were taken near my home over the past few Winters.

farm after a snow storm at sunrise

This was taken at sunrise and the fresh covering of snow was so beautiful.

snowy farm at sunrise

Aren’t these colors gorgeous! I could design a whole room around this Color palette.

after the storm trees at sunrise

The snow was actually this pink when I took this photo just as the sun was rising.

I have “a thing” for old barns in the snow..what else can I say?

apple trees covered with snow

I Love how these Apple trees became snow sculptures after the storm.

snowy stop sign

yes, that is a Stop sign under there.

farm with snowy carts

Traditional horse drawn carts waiting for Spring and all the families that will soon descend upon the Farm.

blue mail box in snow

This is my street just after the snow ended. I love the little pop of blue in the corner. It reminds me of accessorizing a White sofa with a bright Blue throw pillow.

 Even though the snow is indeed beautiful, what has really cheered me up today during the storm is this beautiful Yellow Orchid sitting on my kitchen counter. I really feel like Spring is so close….oh wait…what was that they said about this weekend??…more snow!!!

How about you, love the snow or ready for Spring?

If you would like a Spring pick me up for your home give me a call and ask about my Designer for the Day services.

Linda Holt | Interior Designer & iPhone Coach

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