Displaying posts labeled "Fireplace"

A Spanish farmhouse

Posted on Tue, 28 Jun 2022 by midcenturyjo

Here. This is where I want to be today. I’m decor daydreaming and this Cortijo (farmhouse) by Madrid-based mother and daughter interior designers Susana Beltrán and Elena Ayuso of La Californie is the perfect mix of history with a touch of modern convenience. Don’t get me started on the tiles! Beautiful.

Life in a cave

Posted on Sun, 26 Jun 2022 by KiM

In a town in France called Cornillé-les-Caves there is conveniently a home for sale that is comprised of two townhouses and a troglodyte (cave) house. It could use some new paint colours and an interior design overhaul but WHOA the potential this place has. It’s incredible! And can be yours for €861 000 via Karacterre.

Here’s the city house I’m stalking today, an Edwardian house on the southern edges of Epping Forrest in London. Deep greens and navy form the colour palette with a pop of pink in the kitchen. Dark, moody, eclectic and fun with 3 bedrooms and a surprisingly large city backyard. Mornington Road, London E4 for sale via Inigo.

Today I’m daydreaming about houses in England. One in the country, one in the city. This elegant Georgian country home sits on seven acres of rolling countryside and verdant garden on the outskirts of Silk Willoughby village in Lincolnshire. 5 bedrooms, 2 kitchens, 3 and a half bathrooms, fireplaces aplenty, flagstones, reclaimed boards and outbuildings. A bucolic 18th century farmhouse dream and it’s for sale. You can find the link here via Inigo.

An eclectic Hamptons beach house

Posted on Thu, 23 Jun 2022 by KiM

A reasonable dose of blue and graphic patterns make this Hamptons beach quintessentially beachy and lively, designed by Carlos David. According to this 1stDibs feature the home once flooded when the homeowners were away one Christmas and it provided them the excuse/opportunity to do what became an almost complete transformation (90% of the furnishings were destroyed and all the walls, floors, and ceilings were completely saturated – even the windows had to be replaced). The result is eclectic and bright and perfect for Hamptons summer living. (Photos: Read McKendree)