Hope that you will follow me while spending some weeks in LA as well! Here on the blog and of course you are more than welcome to my Instagram for daily pics.
Pic via Aestate with thanks
One of the things I love the most is spending time in our country house and every season has got it´s perfection to it. It´s almost December and the temperatures are still mild, there are some leaves left and even though it´s hardly any daylight the full on darkness winter brings in Sweden has not gotten to me quite yet. The weekends might not be as Autumn like as in these pics but I´d love to go for that feeling.
Going back to the city tomorrow after five days in our country house (it´s Fall break in Sweden) and thought this was a great ending to those days featuring this amazing farmhouse & idea. It belongs to Tamsin Carvan and partner Allan Walker and is situated in the Australian countryside on the hills of Gippsland, just outside of Melbourne. The couple host cooking workshops and lunches called Tamsin’s Table using meat from their own farm and fresh vegetables, herbs, berries and fruit all picked in their garden. In addition most of their furniture are made by Al himself using salvaged and recycled timbers that he sources from local farms, sheds and demolitions. Sounds like the perfect idea.
One house that many probably have picked up on right now is the house of model & stylist Malin Persson who used to live in Milan but now has moved back to the south of Sweden in an adorable house with furniture details to die for. I just love the big cupboard in the kitchen, the bathroom & the cozy feeling it has to it. Currently featured in both Elle Decoration Sweden & here from the fairly new interesting online magazine The Way We Play. Also – don´t miss out on their visit to the amazing and very inspiring Hanna Wessman of Hanna´s Room.
All pics from The Way We Play by photographer Linda Alvegren with thanks.
Photo by Kara Rosenlund with thanks
Ok 3 houses in a row captured by Prue Roscoe might seem boring but I just can´t seem to get enough….I´m guessing you can see why.