This groovy warehouse-style home, built for living, entertaining and relaxing is a prime example of the medium density planning happening in my home town. In a quiet lane that's reminiscent of a country town - several new dwellings combined with lean-to sheds and empty clotheslines, its hard to believe you're in the inner city. Backyards are being subdivided and funky small living houses are sharing the streetscape with historic worker's cottages and bad 70s "6 pack" apartments. Apologies for the quality of the pictures. This house was borrowed from a real estate site.
Free Spirit Interiors create fun fresh rooms that are so achievable. Look at that multi-colour canvas, that fabulous vintage fabric cushion on a vintage chair, retro wallpaper. Great colour, a fab vibe and fresh simple yet punchy interiors. Great work. I really really covet that vintage Popeye wallpaper.
5 floor, fully panelled Huguenot silk weaver's house built in 1722 with high ceilings, wooden cornices, lime plastering, broad 18th c floorboards, stone flags in kitchen, open fires on all floors, beautiful light and high walled landscaped back garden, in Spitafields, East London. The description is an intriguing teaser but doesn't quite prepare you for this amazing house. Beautiful architecture matched if not outshone by midcentury classic furniture and a quirky courageous style. Yet another gorgeous location house. This one from jj locations. I love it.
I know Kim doesn't have internet at the moment and is way too busy moving to check the blog anyway so I tried to imagine what things are like at her new house. Chaos, cardboard and cats. Hope it's not too horrible Kim!
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