20 Perfect Homes We'd Love to Spend a Snow Day Inside

Straight out of a winter wonderland, these cozy retreats are simply made for flurry watching.

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Tzvika Stein

Straight out of a winter wonderland, these cozy retreats are simply made for flurry watching.

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Tzvika Stein
A cheery cabin in Norway

Sticking out like a sore thumb, this little red house stares a courageous moutain down.

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A luxe retreat in Park City, Utah

This ski-in / ski-out home is nestled atop Little Baldy Peak in an exclusive Deer Valley Resort community

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Viajara
A stately historic home in Woodland, California

One might not associate any part of California with snow, but Woodland occasionally gets a light dusting.

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Tim Bies
An architectural cabin in Mazama, Washington

Even the most modern of architecture in Washington turns into a classic winter scene when covered with some soft flurries.

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Denis LeGourrierec
A red farmhouse in Uppsala, Sweden

Traditional wooden homes are covered by a white, fluffy covering of snow near Uppsala.

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Gene Burch
An elegant estate in Frankfurt, Kentucky

This colonial looks even more wintry with snow and Christmas decor.

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A twilight glow in New Lenox, Illinois

Even when illuminated by a warm pink sunset, snow-covered homes in New Lenox appear to be glowing — thanks to their new coat.

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A hideaway in Bulgaria

Winters in Bulgaria prove to be a bit overwhelming, but beautiful all the same.

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Tahoe Signature Properties
A stone mansion in Lake Tahoe, California

Luxurious cabin properties fill up parts of this snow-covered ski town.

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A modern view in Aspen, Colorado

One of the most sought after places to ski, Aspen's snowscapes never disappoint.

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Nearly hidden cabins in Switzerland

A snowy mountain panorama can be seen from the classic alpine huts familiar to the region.

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A fairytale picture in Sognefjord, Norway

The Sognefjordis is the largest and most well known fjord in Norway.

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A morning welcome in Filzmooz, Austria

The majestic Dachsteingruppe mountains can be seen clearly from a hill-top hut.

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A cute cabin in Yoho National Park, British Columbia

Emerald Lake resides within the park — and makes for an adorable snowy property.

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A tiny place (and a big moutain) in Bavaria, Germany

The mountains Risserkogel, Plankenstein, Setzberg, and Wallberg can be seen behind this home, located in the Rotwand, Spitzing area.

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A red row in Lofoten Islands, Norway

Red homes are typical to this area in Norway, and look especially quaint reflected in the water below them.

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A hilltop abode on Hochkönig Mountain

Hochkönig is the highest mountain in the Berchtesgaden Alps, Salzburgerland, Austria.

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A vacation spot in Fernie, British Columbia

The Red Eagle Lodge sees lots of snow days — and it looks absolutely perfect among the drifts.

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A lakeside escape in Field, British Columbia

Skiing and snowboarding are just two of the things to do when you're not enjoying the view of a snowy mountain from inside your ski resort.

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A neutral lanscape in Lapland, Finland

The rich, dark color of this home makes its snowy exterior look that much more pristine.

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