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Sep272015

Eclectic on a Sunday

Today I am sharing some eclectic British decor because frankly, I think Brits really know how to do it right. A little traditional English mixed with some mid-century and boudoir chic in a beautiful Victorian home makes for some yummy eye candy. Via JJ Locations. (P.S. Today is day 2 of the Etsy/Handmade Harvest show so fi you're in Ottawa and didn't make it out yesterday you have another chance! Despite not having a chance to shop for me, I still managed to get a couple of things like this chair and this light).

Reader Comments (5)

I wish we had a Harvest Show like that around here- I'd certainly go to Toronto if it were a wee bit closer! In the 4th photo from the top, can anyone tell me what that contraption is next to the fridge? Looks very interesting!

27 Sep 2015 | Unregistered CommenterAxie

The stair carpet and the hall tile made my headache but I do love this type of home.
Our friends in London live in one similar, with a fabulous garden with a pond and a little ramp so the hedgehogs can get out safely :)

27 Sep 2015 | Unregistered Commentercandice

If you ever plan to visit London, Kim, ou really should book the Livingetc house tours . This one was also on the route!

28 Sep 2015 | Unregistered CommenterVivienne

Your photos transported me back to my childhood this morning. I remember fondly our family's visits to England where I frequently slept in attic rooms with fine floral-printed wallpaper and plump duvets. Thank you!

28 Sep 2015 | Unregistered CommenterSandra

Oh my, that cozy little alcove! I'd love to curl up in that with a good book on a chilly fall day. Or a winter day with the snow falling outside the window... man, I'm getting excited for fall and winter just thinking about that.

29 Sep 2015 | Unregistered CommenterEmily

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