Seeking solace

in dining room, homes, kitchen, living room  3 comments
Aug 23 2010
Bathroom in converted church

Still extremely tired, what with glandular fever (mono) and now nursing a sore throat. It’s been non-stop with work and business and family, so right now I feel so drained.

Would love to be in one of the below hide-aways. With a few good books, good sweet wine, carrots (yes I love raw carrots) and jazz music. Left alone, no husband, no in laws, no child, no pets, no duties, no phone calls, no emails…

After that Lighthouse post, I thought about churches. A totally different feel. Lighthouses are small, circular and normally very limiting in furniture choices. Churches are the opposite: large (cavernous) and square/rectangular.

Would be extremely echoey so the furnishings need to be plentiful to absorb the sound.

Living room in converted church

Living room in converted church

Aren’t the windows and trims of all these places amaze-balls??

Living room in converted church

Dining space in all white converted  church

via Zecc, a Netherlands architecture company.

Seating corner in converted church, via Zecc

via Zecc, a Netherlands architecture company.

Ultra minimalist kitchen, via Zecc

via Zecc, a Netherlands architecture company.

upstairs mezzanine in a converted church, via Zecc

via Zecc, a Netherlands architecture company.

Up the stairs in a converted church, via Zecc

via Zecc, a Netherlands architecture company.

Then again, all I need is:

Small studio for me, via Daron Chatz

Small studio for me, via Daron Chatz

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