Historical Blues

Monday, November 28th, 2011 - Interior Design

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class = “c55″> I have just returned from spending glorious holiday weekend in New York in the dreamy country house we rented. I just fell in love with him. It was everything I expected it to be and more. So, now I am in the village of the state of mind, and I’m having a hard time snapping out of it. I had stumbled on this charming house a few weeks ago and thought now would be a good time to share it with you because what suits my mood. This stunted 1862 Swedish brew house was recently restored to a functional and comfortable family home that will be used only as a summer house, however, his happy owners loved so much that he decided to be permanent. The entire renovation was done by them, including most of the furniture that are built. They are intended to raw industrial feel of the old house, dominated by concrete, steel and polished stone floors. But they absolutely made it a warm and inviting with all the personal touches uses around the home, such as soft, organic lamb leather they use in their dining room chairs. class = “full-image-block ssNonEditable”> class = alt class = “full-image-block ssNonEditable “> class =” full-image-block ssNonEditable “>

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