Our adventure in house hunting began five months ago
while vacationing in Hawaii when we agreed
to a one time showing of our home which we
had taken off the market in part because
an interiors magazine wanted to use
it for a feature, and I welcomed
the opportunity with much joy.
To our surprise, we sold and and seized an opportunity
to downsize and begin a new chapter.
(Hopefully another publishing op will come.)
After months of shopping, we found a
humble one-and-a-half story cottage
which had been abandoned for years
and will require much love
in order to come
back to life.
Here is a peek:
Since we have already designed and built our dream house,
this project will be entirely different, and my goal is
to frugally create a peaceful retreat to feed our souls.
Tine Kjeldsen’s Scandi-chic style
(minimal yet personal)
appeals to me on many levels, and
here is a taste of her clean lines
and naturally cozy vibe.
tine k home
We take possession of the new home in three weeks,
and it will take months to revive it.
There is something quite alluring
about bringing hope to a place
so very neglected and broken…
about bringing light and fresh air to
a shelter which suffocated
within a jungle of overgrown weeds.
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I will share reflections of the journey with you
and welcome all your design help and encouragement
along the way…we’re gonna need it!
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in this DIY adventure by
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