Moving to the country

Posted on Wed, 21 Sep 2016 by midcenturyjo

It’s about tradition and craftsmanship, about simple beauty and honesty, living life how you want without the chains of fads and fashion. Perhaps you don’t have to move to the country to achieve it. Perhaps it’s just a shift in your thinking. Greek Revival renovation by architect Rafe Churchill and interior designer Heidi Hendricks.

It's very nice. Lots of antiques but not stuffy. Not trendy either–one wouldn't get tired of it after a few years.
Mostly, what amazing windows in that place!

Blanders says:

If I were a contestant on one of those TV renovation shows in which a bunch of imbeciles tear the soul out of, say, a 1920s industrial building, I'd make my apartment look like this.

I suspect that simple, timeless elegance wouldn't go down well with the producers.

Tilly says:

This house is perfect. So serene, elegant, and classic, and yet filled with just enough bold fabrics, patterns and art to make it feel modern. Just fabulous. I would love to live there.

Katy says:

amazing, the modern light fixtures are the perfect modern touch!

Emmanuelle C. says:

Fabulous! This one of the most beautiful spaces you've ever featured!

Ginger C says:

What a beautiful home! My favorite thing about moving (there has to be one positive out there, right?) is the opportunity to re-imagine your decor and style. Hubby and I are moving from a small apartment in the Heights area of Houston, TX to our forever home in Cypress, TX. We are one of the first to move to this not-yet-fully-developed neighborhood and jumped at the opportunity to buy the lot next to ours to meet our dream of having a big yard for the future kiddoes to play. I would like to decorate the interior to match the country feel we have tried to create with our outdoor surroundings. These photos are great inspiration! Already found some framed pressed flowers online…

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