Favorite Movie Homes

There are some amazing homes featured in movies, but I have my favorites. All of these are homes I would live in, easily, with my #1 being my favorite house of all time! What are yours?

5. Home Alone – 1.5 million dollar home: This is where I want to celebrate Christmas, every Christmas, for the rest of my life.

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4. Beetlejuice – A set and a soundstage: Tall, strange, and country with a bit of dust… something about the attic makes it fabulous. Even if it was just a set. Tricksters. 

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3. Mrs. Doubtfire – San Fransisco mansion: I love the exterior of this house, and the setup of the kitchen makes it good for entertaining. Don’t catch your bosom on fire, though!

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2. The Notebook – Plantation home: There’s something romantic about historic homes, with huge porches. Ryan Gosling being inside of them? Bonusss!

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1. Casper – Whipstaff Manor, inspired by Antoni Gaudi: Whimsical curves, stained glass windows, a foyer worthy of a ball. I even love the creepy basement with the mad genius features. Put this one on my wishlist!

 

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Home = Coffee

We all have that one ideal home in our head, right? For some, it’s modest and cozy. For others, it’s spacious and perfect for entertaining. I think choosing a home style says as much about a person as choosing their morning dranky drank.

Record skip.

No really, I love listening to people order their drinks. My background is psychology makes it hard not to analyze their selections. Okay, to be fair, it makes it hard not to analyze everything, ever, in the history of the world.

I love this infographic from Doghouse Diaries: Is it true for you? And why is my style of hot chocolate not on there? Does that make me complicated or just a wuss?

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Next time you have a cup, invite me and we’ll talk home dreams, friend.

-Kalen