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Re: Bella's Cottage

Postby -Jasper » Thu Feb 05, 2009 1:35 pm

The cottage sounds so nice, it's a great place for Bella, Edward and Nessie to live. I had some trouble picturing Edward in it, but Bella really fits. I think it was a good idea of Esme to buy a house close the the Cullens, and to refurbish and redesign it for them.
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Re: Bella's Cottage

Postby Babygirl67 » Tue Feb 10, 2009 8:39 pm

the cottage is freaking cute and i like how its like familyish
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Re: Bella's Cottage

Postby 4everklutzy » Wed Feb 11, 2009 1:54 am

I've really enjoyed looking at the images that have been posted here, but none of them is like I pictured the cottage. I thought it was stone or rock? And it was supposed that have been there for a 100 years and falling apart before Esme and Alice worked their magic.
I loved how SM described it--it seemed very Bella and homey and it blended in with the surrounding nature. I could see the furnishings reflecting various periods and their interests, so I think that Edward would also feel quite at home. He'd be happy anywhere Bella and Renesmee would be anyway!
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Re: Bella's Cottage

Postby Laina » Wed Feb 11, 2009 7:07 am

I imagined the cottage to look like a mix between these two. The stone exterior and pretty door of the first, but the shape and setting of the second.

http://z.about.com/d/gouk/1/5/F/1/-/-/E ... ottage.jpg

http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2290/231 ... d7.jpg?v=0

So pretty :)
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Re: Bella's Cottage

Postby threethings » Wed Feb 11, 2009 1:38 pm

Laina wrote:I imagined the cottage to look like a mix between these two. The stone exterior and pretty door of the first, but the shape and setting of the second.

http://z.about.com/d/gouk/1/5/F/1/-/-/E ... ottage.jpg

http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2290/231 ... d7.jpg?v=0

So pretty :)


That second one! That's almost perfect.
I haven't seen those before. Thanks for finding them!
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Re: Bella's Cottage

Postby mrs_edwardc » Wed Feb 11, 2009 2:34 pm

i dunno hey, i picture something like the interior of narnia's 'mr tumnus cottage'. sorry i cnt get a pic :cry: i cant really picture the interior. very confusing to me. :shock:
any1 get any pics of the interior? like bedward's (bella + edward) bedroom? the closet? the backyard?
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Re: Bella's Cottage

Postby Lucyth » Wed Feb 11, 2009 3:09 pm

4everklutzy wrote:I've really enjoyed looking at the images that have been posted here, but none of them is like I pictured the cottage. I thought it was stone or rock? And it was supposed that have been there for a 100 years and falling apart before Esme and Alice worked their magic.
I loved how SM described it--it seemed very Bella and homey and it blended in with the surrounding nature. I could see the furnishings reflecting various periods and their interests, so I think that Edward would also feel quite at home. He'd be happy anywhere Bella and Renesmee would be anyway!

I agree. :mrgreen:I also see it as made of stone. No fence.
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Re: Bella's Cottage

Postby Cullen_Lover » Sat Dec 05, 2009 11:44 pm

^ fanfic is so awesome!! (wow I just sounded like a snobby teenager there like totally like awesome LOL.)

I imagined the cottage as something Snow White-ish Stone, with vines and blossoms, but with a modern twist; big, huge closets ect.
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Re: Bella's Cottage

Postby mandyb7 » Sat Jan 02, 2010 2:15 am

I wanted to discuss the Cullen house but couldn't find a proper thread but I thought it would be okay to bring it up in here out of other places, but if there is a better place let me know.

I really like the Cullen house as described in the books. And I'm very visual when I read so I wanted to picture the house with more detail. Has anyone read this? http://www.twilightlexicon.com/2006/04/ ... len-house/
It's interesting to hear more detail. Has anyone tried to create floor plans of the house? I tried but a couple things didn't add up to me (for example it says Carlisle's office is on the west side of the house, and also says it's above the dinning room but I thought by what I read that the dinning room is on the left side of the house because it is connected to the kitchen which is on the left side of the house). What are your thoughts on how it is laid out? Did you picture it differently?
Also, the couples' "rooms" most likely have beds right? lol

I'm also thinking of trying to do floor plans of the cottage (maybe even the Swan house). If I get any house done I'll post them in here. If that would be allowed.

I hope when Stephenie's official guide come out later this fall that maybe it will have more details and floor plans.
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Re: Bella's Cottage

Postby lady4string » Wed Jan 06, 2010 8:09 pm

I think the cottage is perfect for the two of them. They can always hang at the big house if they want, but this is their little home nearby. It's perfect. They really don't have need for something large. I imagine being able to curl up around the fire with a good book while Nessie plays on the floor.

PS: Alice, will you please come over and do my closet. :D She def should have played more in the closet.
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