Oh, I have been secretely (?) craving this kind of weekend for a looooong time and I think (please!) I will be able to do it.
I just need to stay in bed with le boyfriend both days. It’s winter. It’s a must. And if it rains, oh yes, it will the highlight of the month. Ok, maybe I’ll get out of bed, but just to eat, or… make breakfast?
I just saw this post in Nevver and it immediately called my attention. All the rooms look like they were taken from a fairytale book. The details!
Artists’ Handmade Houses, published by Abrams with text written by Michael Gotkin and photography by Don Freeman, is a collection of handcrafted homes constructed between the late-19th century and mid 20-th century by the finest artists and craftsmen in America. Don Freeman captures the intimacy of these homes and the attention paid to every minute detail, from door knobs to stairwells to the structure of the house itself. The photographs in this book record exactly how the artists left the spaces when they dies or moved away. Some of the homes featured have been awarded National Historic Landmark status and several are open to the public, while some have fallen into disrepair or are in the hands of new owners.