I myself would feel like Little Red Riding Hood, but it certainly depends on the style, age, material (wood, siding, etc) of the house and of course, the personality (ies) of those who live in it! xo,P.S. My fav is house no. 2 :-)
I like red trim and I love red doors, but a whole house in bright red is a bit much for me. The first one though - that would be lovely were it restored.
Call me crazy about red -- I love red and these photos are fabulous!
Sandy, this post is fun. I have a very red brick house, LOL, and I love it!
What delightful houses. Perfect for Rednesday and very enjoyable for this Sandwich Generation granny nanny. Thank you. :)
I think PERFECT!!! I LOVE it!!
Red makes me want to go inside - I'd love a peek inside every one of those.
the red house post reminds me of a house that was on the corner of main street simply known as the red house everyone knew where it was come see my entry at http://shopannies.blogspot.com
Well I love all these red houses, they are the best.
I love the first one and the fourth one, and I'd love to see the inside of both!Happy REDnesday,Carol
Isn’t Flickr the BEST place to find neat images? We have lots of red barns in our area but very few red houses. The ones you selected are so nice.
Hi Sandy! I LOVE those red houses! There is a house near us that is wood siding and is painted the prettiest red..not bright, but not too dark.
I had insisted that our roof be red when we had our house. After it was done, every one blamed me for making our roof look like "Dairy Queen's" roof. Later on the roof became a little dusty and looked very creative!!
Wow! I'm impressed! So many different kinds of red houses!THE SEEKER OF RUBY AND REDThe seeker of ruby and redWill not let green go to her head;Instead she will seekHer senses to piqueWith cherry and crimson instead.© 2011 by Magical Mystical TeacherStunning Red Rocks