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Monday
Nov052007

Living it up in Liguria

Mads of BunkaMadison blog wrote to us over the weekend to contribute to our 'dog on a chair or some piece of furniture' theme. The photos she sent of her pooch Eva (her dog-child) were too cute not to post, so they are below. But she also sent a link to her Flickr photos, where she has included many photos of her totally gorgeous home in Liguria, Italy. I HAD to post those as well. Especially after I heard she built the kitchen with her own hands, got into a fight with the architect in the planning stages, and had a builder who was on crack so in the end she ended up designing it, project-managing it, and finishing the build herself (hence the kitchen). I love it all, such a wonderful space and OMG that view!!!! Her home is a work in progress so be sure to check her blog for updates. (Thanks Mads!)

Reader Comments (6)

Thanks!

Flattery gets you everywhere!

Much love,

MAds

5 Nov 2007 | Unregistered CommenterMAds

mads, your place is just gorgeous and your dog is such a cutie!

5 Nov 2007 | Unregistered Commenterjulia

Insanely jealous. I want your fur baby and your fabulous Italian view :)

6 Nov 2007 | Unregistered Commentermidcenturyjo

wow that ceiling is something else!

great work on that kitchen :)

6 Nov 2007 | Unregistered Commenterdrey

Thank you for sharing Madison's blog with us ...I like very much the way she's making everything

7 Nov 2007 | Unregistered CommenterMélanie

I about fainted when I saw the view. I have a view of my neighbors truck and swimming pool. :( Her ceiling is amazing in the one photo. I love her kitchen as well. Very pretty home.

7 Nov 2007 | Unregistered CommenterJessie

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