Lakeside Magic - Maine Home + Design
FEATURE-May 2011 by Bruce Irving | Photography Trent Bell | Styling Meagan Gilpatrick The Maine cottage comes of age Future archeologists may come to describe the evolution of the Maine cottage as a three-step process. In the beginning, they were … Continue reading →
Window seats offer far reaching benefits. For a start, they are incredibly space efficient. Next, they get lots of natural light so are great for reading. You can store 'stuff' under them. There's no need to move them when you vacuum. You can sneak a nap on them. And, of course, they look wonderful! Here's a selection of window seats we've come across that we like. Hopefully, they'll inspire your creativity as well ! Got a favourite? Click on any image to start lightbox display. Use your Esc…
Cottages in Church Street, Wherwell
Wherwell's pretty cottages are some of the most photographed in Hampshire. Queen Elfrida, mother of King Ethelred, founded an abbey in Wherwell in 986 in penitence for mudering King Edward the Martyr. She was connected with several other murders including that of her husband by King Edgar in nearby Harewood Forest. A monument stands on the spot. She died by falling in the River Test at Wherwell. The wives of King Canute and King Edward the Confessor both took refuge at the abbey.
"possibly the largest concentration of early 20C mansions in Canada" [REMASTERED]
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Stock Photo - Thatched and timbered cottage with Spring flowers near Ledbury, Herefordshire, England, UK
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Lakeside Refuge - Maine Home + Design
FEATURE Adirondack camp meets European chic on Kezar Lake. Forget about GPS and MapQuest. If you are going to get to the lakeside retreat of Charlotte and Pierre Vial, you are going to need old-fashioned help. To wit, the gracious … Continue reading →