LIZA BRUCE’S MOROCCAN HOME
The counter and floor tiles in the kitchen were locally crafted, the cabinets are fitted with Musharabi screens, and the Berber-style ceiling is made of reeds and wood beams.
☼ Hufflepuff Common Room
“It was round, earthy and low-ceilinged; it always felt sunny, and its circular windows had a view of rippling grass and dandelions. There was a lot of burnished copper about the place, and many plants, which either hang from the ceiling or sat on the windowsills. The overstuffed sofas and chairs were upholstered in yellow and black, and the dormitories were reached through round doors in the walls of the common room. Copper lamps cast a warm light over the four-poster beds, which were covered in patchwork quilts, and small copper bed warmers hung on the walls, in case of cold feet.”
“While technically not on the actual roof of the house, this elderly woman attends to her rather comprehensive garden on the elevated plot next to her traditional home in the Bukchon neighborhood in Seoul. Considering the elevated price of produce this year, such a garden could provide considerable savings.” via Enderle Travelblog
To live here would be a dream. I would wash all the dishes in town. I would give my kids baths there. Yes, that’s the perfect kitchen window.
I really hope those are real plants
Mushroom lamps by Japanese company Great Mushrooming made of glass, LED lights, and waste wood. Unfortunately they are not currently for sale outside of Japan. More information at the company’s website (in Japanese). [via thedesignhome]
I need this for reasons
I need one of these for my kitchen and then one for every other room in my house.
Imperial No. Nine - the seafood restaurant & bar inside @morganshotels @MondrianSoHo