Enjoy your weekend!
(Brand New Day by Photo Valle)
I really like Natalia's photography. It's carefree and magical.
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A charming retreat with bluestone floors, cabinets made from old fencing, and fresh white walls. The vintage industrial pendant lights and old truck springs cum counter stools are a great (and unexpected) contrast to all the old wood.
This is definitely the sort of casual, livable weekend house that beckons you to put your feet up and relax. Aah...
(Kitchen on Delikatissen)
I simply must someday live in a house that I can put beadboard in so that I too can have a lovely, understated kitchen like this.
I found my way over to Delikatissen from none other than Mary. What would I do without her?
(This isn't technically on my bookshelf yet, but I plan to add it soon!)Order online here.
(This living room looks cool yet cozy, well designed yet lived in. I'm loving the stacks of books on the cabinet and the way the art is hung sort of randomly - though I'm sure lots of thought went into it. And of course, how can I resist white floors?)
(Hello lovely! The planked wood ceiling and old farmhouse style furniture beckons you sit down and stay a while. How wonderful is that ceiling pendant?)
(Dreamy and breezy, this bedroom sitting area epitomizes casual comfort. That slipcovered wing chair looks so cozy to curl up in with a good book, and the big leafy print on the ottomans is fantastic-ly unexpected.)
(Ok, this might seem a little odd to some to highlight as an interiors shot since a) it's outside and b) there's really not much interior to be seen at all, but what I'm really liking and totally inspired to copy is the use of butterfly chairs on the porch. They're lightweight, comfy and stow away in a pinch. Why didn't I think of this for our deck furniture?)
I have no idea who styled these shots or designed these rooms, but he/she/they certainly deserve a big pat on the back.
Once again, via Mary Ruffle. She really finds the most amazing inspiration, no?