2.2.11

Exquisite In Function










Gorgeous space all round really. Seriously, nothing here for me to not love.

But I'm intently coveting the wood stack in the kitchen and that plumbing. Something so exquisite in function over form sometimes that it becomes the best of both.

Images from ellit

13 comments:

Simply Mel said...

I would happily stack wood if I had a perfect little nook like that ...

Sarah B said...

I rather fancy the green cabinet and love the way those candles look on the side table. Yes, interesting plumbing :)

Virginia Blue - Director Blue Fruit said...

I always wonder, with those wood stacks, would it not just be TOO tempting to want to get the little one at the very bottom...???
The flash of green jumps from a darkly delicious grey scheme. Very tasty house.

Kerry said...

I giggled when I saw the second photo...I know I'd be tripping over that wood all the time :)

David Toms said...

Loving the industrial/rustic simplicity here. That isn't a coffee table in the front of the sofa, is it?

Kendall said...

The first photo really is a great example of making function beautiful! Firewood never looked so good!

Georgie said...

Very clever indeed... and those wide, dark floorboards... yes please. gxo

Looking Glass said...

Scrumptious home!

~ Clare x

classiq said...

what a beautiful home! I love the intimate feeling of the wood and all the white.

Jane Flanagan said...

Stunning! I love the simple details, like the plank as a bath tray.

Pinecone Camp said...

Oh Lord, that floor! That fireplace! So beautiful. Really, that fireplace needs to be in our home. Love it.

heather jenkinson said...

Waaaait, image 6 is INTERESTING! I recall the actress Gillian Anderson had her walls painted (17 coats of paint, it took, I think) in the deepest darkest Aubergine so that it was super glossy and resembled a perfectly ripe Aubergine. The image of it (in Living Etc. Magazine 2003?) has haunted me ever since. Mostly because there is no trace of it, online. It's as if that wall never existed. Until now - the concept is very much alive.

Carol@TheDesignPages said...

I adore that wood stack. I would spend weeks organizing the wood and bodily assault anyone who tried to remove a piece for a fire:)

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