Friday, September 07, 2012
Happy weekend! Hope it's a lovely one. It's going to be a mostly working one here, but there'll be some time taken to catch up on reading (the room above is definitely inspiring!) and check out a movie or two as well. How about you?
(photo by jeroen van der spek)
Dilapidated and left empty for several years before its purchase, this late 1800's rectory in Höganäs, Sweden, is now the beautiful home of Isabel and Peter Lundahl and their two children. Instantly drawn by what she describes as the 'harmonious peace' she felt when viewing it for the first time, Isabel knew it was the right place for them despite its shabby state. With its original architecture sensitively restored and surrounded by a lovely garden, this lovely home is a tranquil space to live and create. More here. Via Residence.
(photography by sara svenningrud)