Monday, 14 March 2011

countryside house

This beautiful English countryside house is located near Toronto, Canada. It was built in the 1850s; the stones came from local quarries. Do you remember the top-right image in this post? As you can see, it's taken in the same house. I cannot find the words to describe how much I adore that kitchen - the La Cornue cooker and the antique copper vessels and garlic bulbs hanging from the ceiling ... I love it all.

photo credit: Robin Stubbert for Country Living


  1. What a gorgeous all the stone work...definitely makes you want to live there:)

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  2. Oh my.... when can I move in?!!!! L-O-V-E!! xo

  3. Such a lovely place ;o) who wouldn't live there - it reminds me of summer and holidays - not because we usually live like that when we are on holiday - think it must be the charming and calming atmosphere ;o)
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  4. I'm going to have to add every image in this post to my inspiration folder. LOVE that kitchen.

  5. Absolutely adorable but not my style :)
    I like it simple and clean and this house is perfection in the opisite direction!

    Hugs and a happy new week to you Lisa!

  6. What a unique kitchen. It has so much character and it looks like there's spent a lot of quality time in. Beautiful! Love the light yellow and duck egg blue against the wood in this house <3

  7. I love everything about this home! the kitchen is wonderful, and I love the upholstery on those chairs of the world map!

    Oh my love this, lovely blog!!


  8. amazing home! Kitchens are my weakness. When I go house hunting for my first home - the kitchen is definitely the make it or break it. But I think you may have increased my expectations...

  9. Beautiful! A countryside house gives me a peaceful, intimacy and comfort feeling. Ada


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