This French inspired country house in Texas designer Eleanor Cummings built in 2008 as a second home is one of my all time favorites, and I have spotlighted it before but it’s worth another tour! Ms. Cummings wanted something simple with French drains and no gutters, and what could be more “modern” farmhouse inside than keeping the floors on the main floor concrete! I love the 19th century French limestone fireplace in the living room (Chateau Domingue) and the gorgeous Swedish cupboard housing the TV. An old French pastry table serves as the island/work table in the kitchen, and the screen porch with its stone floor seems perfect and makes me miss the one in our prior home.
Let’s take a closer look at this beautiful country home and Eleanor Cummings’ breathtaking designs.
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Eleanor’s wicker chair in her living room reminds me of my chairs on the patio:
Isn’t it lovely?
Peace to you right where you are.