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Kasia's Grey Country Cottage
Kasia, the owner, is an artist. She creates beautiful "paintings" in form of hand dyed woven wall hangings.

Countrystyle kitchen details Retro / vintage bedrooms Scandinavian style kitchens Vintage style bedroom Scandinavian vintage dining rooms Scandinavian style kitchens Vintage scandinavian living rooms Retro / vintage bedrooms Living room details Scandinavian style kitchens Scandinavian vintage living rooms and wall galleries Scandinavian style dining room Contemporary bathrooms





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Inspired by Nature
Artist Melissa is inspired by all the nature that surrounds her. Living in the country Melissa is blessed to have her own supplies on her doorstep.

Displays of paintings on white built-in shelving unit Large white shelving unit and desk in white and wooden workshop Earthenware pot with dried flowers and landscape painting detail Framed landscape painting and wooden mobile above wooden desk White and wood artist workshop Inspired by Nature - feature portrait Owners dog - Inspired by Nature feature portrait Inspired by Nature - Owners portrait Display of framed artwork on white shelving unit - detail Detail of black and white painted fabric on wooden dining table Wooden bowls of natural foraged materials Inspired by Nature - feature portrait Detail of flower arrangement next to vintage material reel and picture





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Andrew Laing
Andrew and his wife June are serial renovators, they bought an old social club in the centre of Edinburgh without planning permission, a huge risk, but gained it successfully and created a beautiful home and artist studio.

Zebra rug on floor of modern study with sofa Modern kitchen Modern dining area in open plan living space with central staircase Modern bedroom with view to terrace through patio doors Large breakfast bar in contemporary kitchen Andrew Laing - Feature portrait Large artwork on green painted wall of contemporary dining area Large flat screen television in snug area of open plan living space Open plan kitchen and living area with view to balcony Artwork and houseplants in contemporary bathroom Modern bedroom with view through patio doors Modern bedroom Modern hallway with view up wooden stairs





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Feeling Groovy
This Tennessee cottage combines living space and free-spirited guest quarters under one roof.

Chairs reupholstered with a banana leaf fabric keep company to a refinished thrift store table. A portrait of singer Stevie Nicks breaks up the graphic wallpaper. The remodeled kitchen now offers a breakfast nook. The living room features an original wood burning fireplace.Using a piece of plywood and black tape, Savannah channeled a Navarho when artwork. A try-level glass and metal coffee table provides lots of storage but is visually invisible. A mandala tapestry and star light have a bohemian vibe. A decorative animal skull watches over the Navaho artwork created by Savanah. Geometric shapes unite a gallery wall of favorite items. Blue and green accessories set the tone for the bedroom. A large-scale leafy duvet set and a low rattan table bring a a tropical vibe to the bedroom. Against a black wall, a tiger-maple hutch takes on a jewel-like glow. No two pillows match, yet the overall living room has has a fine gypsy vibe. On the second floor landing, an extra sleeping area was created by adding a wall. Hung from the ceiling, white mesh fabric and vintage fringed shawls create a canopy in the guest bedroom.





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Artist in Residence
Noted tatie designer Jennifer Paganelli turns the rooms of her Connecticut farmhouse into sweet, sensational eye candy!

Textile designer Jennifer Paganelli and her best friend. Five years after they moved in, Jennifer and Peter renovated to open up the cramped kitchen.  Playful accents join fabrics in pumped up pastels. Sunny yellow walls wrap it all up. Much of the home’s art is by Pennsylvania German folk artist Barbara Strawser. Her art enhances watercolors that blend with— and sometimes inspire—a room’s palette.  In the master bedroom, tone-on-tone damasks offerS a soft layer without detracting from the showcase fabrics. White walls and trim, along with white lacquered vintage furniture, set the stage for fabrics with classic motifs and saturated  color. Jennifer works with colors three have a similar energy level––the same brightness. Jennifer serves up less eye-popping pattern in the dining room so that her favorite collection— watery blue glassware— can steal the scene. In vases and on textiles, flowers grace Jennifer's rooms. To top off a curvy French headboard, Jennifer created a garden inspired canopy by hanging a double-sided fabric panel over a ceiling mounted, 18-inch pole. The guest bedroom is also a room for experimenting with fabric combinations and sometimes for photographing Jennifer’s books and projects. Pretty details, like the lampshade and vase are always part of Jennifer's decorating touches. Jennifer and her daughter Katie.





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Good Vibrations
Eclectic finds and a flair for the exotic give a Gulf Coast cottage its well-travelled allure.

A vintage chair makes a stylish spot for towels and a natural sponge A silver bowl reflects the intricate embroideries of a sari layered over the tablecloth. The well-used countertop indicates a love of cooking. Nina's soulful personality comes through in spaces with a calming and welcoming energy.
A streamlined bench offers instant and practical storage for a small space. A wall of glass blocks between the vintage tub and the shower provides privacy. Fresh flowers and fruit are staples of Nina’s lifestyle. Homeowner Nina and her rescued dog and BFF Yeshi.  Nature comes in via giant leaves gathered from the garden.  Nina chose a soothing palette and artwork that are gentle on the eye and psyche. Vintage silverware and an etched-glass carafe are fitting for the stylish yet simple table setting. Nina turned the enclosed porch into a cozy sitting room complete with a sofa draped in gauzy netting. The floor is painted a cerulean blue to further enhance the kitchen’s friendly laid-back style.





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Patterns of Behaviour
Its' all in a day's work for a decorative artist who fills her home with colorful stencil projects and global goods.

A playful mix of textiles in a limited but effective color way of blues and greens. A stardust mirror over a pattern of gold-foil dots make a striking focal point A chalkboard keeps track of artistic projects. A beaded horse keeps watch over a handmade platter and glass floats. Stenciled work highlights  vintage chandelier. A visit to the palace of Versailles inspired this work of art glass. Teal velvet adds panache to a vintage wicker armchair. The silver sequin basket was found on a trip to Marrakech. Shades of blues and greens enliven the living room. Gold is the common thread in this bedroom corner. Necklaces, pottery, and a bottle from Marrakech sum up Debbie's local-meets-global style. Metallic finishes transform an old dresser into a unique vanity. An Egyptian crystal chandelier unites with a vintage door and garden chair. The side table is currently white but is always changing based on Debbie's artistic inspiration.





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Art House
As an artist, Kim Black couldn't resist putting a colourful stamp on her rambling farmhouse. Every space is filled with creative flair and, of course, her beautiful artworks.

Coat hook at entrance Living room Passage landing with colourful painting Furniture in snug Kitchen display Console table in hallway Gallery wall dining room Homeowner's portrait Living room corner Living room detail Guest bathroom Study with built-in bookcase Entrance hall





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Anne Bournas
Anne Bournas lives in a 19th century house in the middle of the Landes forest, surrounded by a magnificent rolling garden. The artist composed the interior as she composes a painting, finding the perfect balance between antique furniture and contemporary

Large artwork above bed in country bedroom Detail of embroidered cushions Rustic wooden table and artwork in country bedroom Open plan country livng space with eclectic furniture Anne Bournas - feature Country living room Exposed beams and shelves of ceramics in country reading room Eclectic furniture and fittings in country dining room Wood burning stove in rustic living room Cockerel on lawn Country bedroom Minimal country bedroom Large artwork above antique chest of drawers





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Anita
Belgian ceramist, Anita Le Grelle, a Serax collaborator, chose to settle in a home-workshop overlooking the mountains. Guethary, is a popular surfing village on the Basque coast. A creative environment inspired by the nature of the Basque.

Anita - feature portrait Modern bedroom painted in muted tones Anita - feature portrait Modern kitchen-diner with colourful splashback wall Anita - feature portrait Detail of modern lamps and artwork Double sinks in modern classic style bathroom Anita - feature portrait Modern living room with view to moulded staircase Modern living room with low coffee tables and stone flooring Mediterranean town Anita - feature portrait Modern living room with open patio doors to terrace





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