Posts Tagged ‘rustic’

This trio of adorable fairy lit treehouses were built by architect and environmentalist Peter Bahouth to serve as a “fort for grown-ups”. The houses, linked by swinging bridges, are named “Mind”, “Body”, and “Spirit” and feature a living room and a bedroom with a bed that slides out to offer a better view of the […]

A Pale Palette


Artist and stylist Thea Beasley found this building, previously owned by the Board of Education, in a suburb of Atlanta and has spent the last 20 years bringing it to the glorious loft that it is today. by using a creamy white background and neutrals Beasley created a canvas for her collections and furnishings. The rich […]

Back to School


Yes, the holidays are over, but this home is so subtly decorated that there are many touches I would include year round. The touches of greenery, sourced from the surrounding property, are most welcome during the often dreary days of winter and add warmth to this already stunning home located in Leksand, Sweden. Owner Yiva […]

This stunning space is a former railway station in the heart of Switzerland. The owners embraced the industrial aspect of the building and filled it with loads of texture, pattern, and color. The use of plaid, wood, and animal furs (faux I hope!) create a warm and cozy atmosphere for those cold winter evenings. The […]

Dar Beida or The White House is located in Essaouira, about 2 1/2 hours from Marrakech. The house was renovated by the design team of Emma Wilson and Graham Carter and together they have blended Moroccan style with a funky modern twist. While maintaining ancient sandstone columns and thuya ceilings, they managed to add modern […]

Found on Planete Deco, this beautifully rustic home is both comforting and nostalgic. The palette was taken from the sea and features wonderful collections of bird eggs, butterflies, and items no doubt found on the nearby shore.    pb

Manly Lodgings


GQ Magazine recently named our glorious fair city, Louisville, KY, as “Manliest Town  in America” the top locale for men to visit. Why was Louisville given this title? Mostly due to bourbon, baseball, and horse racing, just to mention a few. And, just in case you’re wondering, us ladies like it quite a bit too. […]