Hello! Each Wednesday I share some of the photos that stopped me in my scroll while I was perusing Instagram the previous week. Here are this week’s picks!
Gosh, I feel so in tune with that space! And look how comfy those sofas look. Just begging us to squish right in! Here’s a link to Chaz’s inspiring site: Linen & Flax
Rachel’s caption said she pulled this space together for the @oneroomchallenge. She hung the wallpaper and installed the board and batten herself. Isn’t it lovely? Here’s a link to her beautiful blog: CrateAndCottage.com
My eyeballs about popped out of my head when that pic appeared on my screen! The caption read: “Completely gorgeous cottage on the market in Elmdon, it’s also immaculate inside. It has four bedrooms, is Grade II listed and has a lovely big garden”. Here’s a link to the listing: Heydon Lane, Elmdon, U.K.
That chandelier over the tub is so fun. Reminds me of bubbles! Make sure you swing by her feed to see the rest of her beautiful home.
Is that the happiest little bathroom, or what? Here’s a link to Danielle’s inspiring site: DanielleBurkleo.com
Hope you’re having a great week, y’all!
The Crate and Cottage link takes us to Matt Hill Projects.
Thanks for the heads up, Ann. I fixed it! 🙂
Love these inspiring pics. Thanks for sharing. There are so many beautiful homes. My favorite is the sunny bathroom, although I’d love to go visit that cottage in England!
I love this Wednesday series! Always good ideas & inspiration! I always find one or two (or five!) new friends to follow through these posts. I’ve also added some great fresh inspiring feeds after reading this article…https://www.domino.com/content/instagram-diversity-content-creators/ so I thought I’d share with you!
Did you know that in England, thatched roofs are protected? If you buy a house in England that has a thatched roof it has to always have a thatched roof. You can’t change it to another kind of roof. Which makes them very expensive to maintain, because there are fewer and fewer craftsmen who know how to do thatched roofs. Just interesting info that I learned when I was in England a few years ago.