Wednesday, February 27, 2013

An Industrial home in the Countryside


I don't think there is anyone who has not had a sneak peek of the home of Dutch felt artist Paula Leen, who lives on the Dutch countryside with her family. Their home is a beautiful example of what I meant to say in my yesterday's post: Finding the balance between Scandinavian whites and French grays.

It just seems totally in balance! With a French antique farmhouse table and several design and hand made objects. Especially one of her kitchen pictures has been shared lots of times on blogs and Pinterest boards  |Like on my own 
kitchen inspiration board
| But!!! I had never seen the picture above, still from that very same amazing kitchen. Don't you just love this home!








pictures by Hotze Eisma

8 comments:

Kickcan & Conkers said...

I think this comes very close to my dream home, although I would love a few old distressed walls in there too. LOVE the first picture - amazing and very inspiring.

SOYZ said...

Hi Desiree, mooi voorbeeld inderdaad van de Scandinavische en Franse mix. Wat een gaaf huis dit, wow!
groetjes, Yzette

SOYZ said...

Hi Desiree, wow wat een mooi voorbeeld inderdaad van de Franse en Scandinavische mix. Gaaf huis!
groetjes, Yzette

owls house london. said...

what a fabulous place! i love your french / scandinavian mix.. J

Margreet de Vries said...

Gaaf huis! Mooie combi van het frisse wit en beton en die verzameling lampenframes is geweldig; ik hou ervan!

Andrea Redhillhome said...

Wonderful home. The lampshade art is inspired! Thank you for sharing.

Edi Bangun Rumah Persada said...

wow .... look very nice , old style was georgeous ... awesome

Sarah Sarna said...

Wow - I especially love the camel velvet chesterfield.

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