D and I often dream about being so successful that we can afford to have a home in Australia and the other in the south of France. By the way we don’t even own one home so this is a ‘if I won lotto’ type of conversation.
Anyway check out my new dream home in the south of France.
Pics via here
Its a challenge people!
1. Martha Stewart Living
2. Alex MacArthur Antiques (OK these walls are the palest of pinks aka white but its hard to find a pink room that doesn’t look too girly).
We now have somewhere for our visitors to sleep!
The bed is not exactly my taste but I think I can come to love it with a few small alterations.
So here is our second bedroom – pink walls and all!
Maybe a lighter wood stain?
Or go raw like this dresser?
Or a mix of dark and light wood like this stool?
1. House Beautiful 2. Flicker member Sean Surlow 3. Flickr member Gunnyrats
Just two little pics that are inspiring me right now.
** I saved the two above without a reference so if anyone knows the original source I would really apreciate it.
Today I am diggin this sexy red mirror from IKEA. Its perfect for the bedroom, as shown in the latest IKEA catalogue, or in an entryway.
Oh and I will take the Fillsta Pendant Lamp too!
This lady can do no wrong. Every room I have seen of AB’s house is pure perfection. Her divine bedroom is in my top ten bedrooms list and you must check out the surprise bedroom makeover she did for her daughter.
I like the grandeur of a four-poster bed but not a fan of bed frames to be honest. I always catch my shins on the corners. So I really like this idea as an alternative. Hang curtains from the ceiling!
pic from Max Kim Bee first spotted on Desire to Inspire.
From New York city to a sweet little cottage in Sweden.
I am so digging the raw look of the wooden floor boards. Much easier to look after than white floor boards.
Sharon’s NY pad is droolicious. Now I don’t use that word ever but that is exactly how I feel about this apartment. The walls and cabinetry are painted in the most perfect grey I have ever seen! The bathroom tiles are so sparkly and glamorous. And don’t get me started about the exposed brickwork and high ceilings. O Perfect Apartment, I would give up my dream of a garden for you!
Thanks AT for another wonderful house tour.
I suspect we will be receiving loads of visitors when we make our big move to Melbourne. I would love to rent a five bedroom house but I think our budget will put a stop to that dream. Maybe I could find a cheap cabin like below and set it up in the garden??
First spotted on My French Country Home / Cabins from Beltima