Or this other white apartment with natural accents I showed you a few weeks ago.
Nonetheless, it has a lot of inspiration to offer…
Let’s start with the kitchen which was the room that first caught my eye.
The kitchen, filled with natural light, manages to combine several styles I like at once: Scandinavian, industrial, contemporary and vintage.
Yet everything is beautifully done with a great aesthetic and strong personality.
However, my favourite collection remains the handmade artisan stoneware plates which have a timeless appeal so you can use them all year long.
Do you have a kitchen with two sinks?
Providing you have space, having two sinks in the kitchen is hugely practical when both partners love cooking, which is hardly the case in our home ;-)
However, a spacious workstation is important and I’m currently making some amendments to our kitchen counter in France to achieve this.
Two details I really love about this white kitchen
First, I’m in awe with this floating shelving which was tailor-made.
I really like how Designer Marta Castilian-Mas, customised a vintage piece of furniture to create a sleek, practical kitchen worktop.
Secondly, the herringbone flooring painted in white looks superb and adds a unique feature to the room, don’t you think!?
The dining and lounge areas, with their high ceilings, are not bad either. The different models of white chairs around the dining table are from HAY.
A similar look can be achieved with vintage chairs sourced on eBay or in second-hand shops like I did for our dining room in our holiday home.
French Connection Home used to have a similar coffee table but I can no longer find it in their collection.
However, their current collection includes other gorgeous models like this marble coffee table or this striking metal coffee table.
Bathrooms with a view always add a wow factor to a home and having the bathtub in the bedroom will also add a sense of luxury.
I hope you have enjoyed this house tour and I would love to hear what features you love the most in this home…
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