Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Spanish home tour..

Hello darlings! I am sorry for being such a lousy blog friend these days. I feel as if I haven't really had a chance to regularly catch up with you since I moved to Sweden back in July. I want you all to know that I read your posts regularly, only I am not able to comment as often as I used to. I will make an effort to change this as I know that the exchange of thoughts and lovely comments is what blogging is really about. And I miss doing it!


My husband (Marshall, or 'Treats' as I prefer to call him..!) is here in Sweden for a couple of weeks and life is fabulous. It's simply heaven to be a 'family' again and the kids are floating on cloud 49! :)
So today's post won't be extensive - just this house tour from a lovely & warm home in Girona (Emporda region), Spain. As you know I have a real weakness for this kind of simple rusticity and I would love to own a small but lovingly restored place like this somewhere in the South of Europe.. Enjoy!



Credits: Coffee via Cox and Cox (UK) and housetour via Fresh Home.


Warm hugs from Sweden.
xx Charlotta

29 comments:

Kim Grey said...

What a beautiful rustic home! I love the cozy lounge and the huge kitchen window. Good to see you!

Simone said...

Wow, what a beautiful home, I love the curves of the Walls and all that stone.

I have the little cookie cutters from Cox&Cox to make those biscuits, I must try them :)

Hope all is well with you X

A Perfect Gray said...

so wonderfully different from our american interiors. the stone is warm and cozy and the sunlight thru those windows is wonderful. enjoy your family and don't fret visiting us! donna

Kristin said...

This is the most beautiful house! That bedroom is a dream!!! Hope you're having a great week!

Love, Kristin

pretty pink tulips said...

What a beautiful home! Even with all the stonework, there is a warmth to it. You can tell love and joy live there!

xo Elizabeth

Will @ Bright.Bazaar said...

I'm with Donna; don't apologise! Enjoy your family time! Love the rustic feel of this space; it has that cosy, holiday home feel. Bet it smells great, too! Big hugs xx

Ridgely's Radar said...

Wow! This is incredible!

LINDA from OEKE said...

Hello lovely .. hope you are enjoying your family time. It's nice to see your blog pop up with interesting things (I for one can't go past those heart shape sugar cubes!!) but please don't worry about commenting etc - just enjoy your days (-:

Kerry said...

Step away from the computer, right now! Go and enjoy every second of Marshall's visit. But I did misread part of your blog post. I thought you said you'd love to "open" a house like that, and I immediately thought...I'd pay to stay there :) Off you go now...xx

Cindy Albert said...

Loved the tour!!

All the best, Cindy

Meera @ firstsense said...

Oh it's lovely!! So utterly charming! I too would love a place like this to escape to, it's darling. Gorgeous find!

Your blogfriends will always be around, my lovely, so don't worry when life gets busy, enjoy the time with your family! (I'm guilty of the same thing all too often!).

Meera xx

Gild and Grace said...

Loving this rustic space! Gorgeous blog you have :)

Abbey x

designchic said...

What a wonderful home...adore the rustic, warm feel and the coffee...heavenly. Enjoy the family!!

montesanmartino said...

Super....loving the exposed stone walls, the mixture of textures and shades..fab!

Sassa said...

Inget övrigt att önska när man ser detta hem <3

Tänkte göra ett inlägg med favoritprylar inför Julen. Vad kan du inte vara utan.
Viktigaste inredningsprylen på julen. Kan du inte skicka en bild. Jag hänvisar till din blogg naturligtvis. Skriver till fler och gör ett litet collage.<3

Alena: Oh, It's Just Perfect! said...

The walls are so beautiful!! It must stay nice and cool in the summer. xo

Lorena said...

Precioso su Blog.... Felicitaciones y muchos exitos,ademas me gustaria saber la direccion exacta de esta bellisima casa.

Mil gracias !!!!!!!!!

perfection makes me yawn said...

We love the atmosphere of this house! And the carpets are to die for... XoX - PerfectionMakesMeYawn

Julie said...

What a cozy and warm place. Love it. Have a great weekend Charlotta!

Sarah Klassen said...

What a beautiful place, to say the least! I could very much pack my bags and move right in... very much the warmth and personality that could make a person feel at ease and right at home.

So happy that you shared it :)

Lana {lanalou style} said...

Oh wow, this home is so up my street, it's amazing!!x

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