This is perhaps the most unusual of all farmhouses. Although in appearance, you can not say it: the simple facade of a 200-year-old house somewhere in the Scottish outback seems to have nothing extraordinary. But when you get inside, you immediately understand that this is the home of unusual creative people. And that’s true: here the designer of unusual rug Wendy Morrison lives with his family. The main theme of her design is oriental motifs and colorful prints – all this we can see in full in the design of interiors of the house. What a memorable home!
When the current owner first came to this Spanish farm of the 19th century, there were only ruins. The house and the interior had to be rebuilt by bit. The renovation took a long time, but all the efforts were worth it – now it’s a stunning rustic house with light and airy interiors. It seems that in this farm time has stopped as the home is an excellent combination of antiquity and comfort.
This restored farmhouse in the state of New York combines country spirit and modern design. Aged fireplace and the rural view from the windows create an unusual atmosphere while modern furniture and decor create comfort. We especially liked the two-rowed windows and the bathtub in the middle of the room. Perhaps, this 21th century farm should look like this.
Killiehuntly Hotel in Scotland is an ideal place for those who love quiet rest and remote getaways, as well as for fans of English novels. This former farm is located in the Highland area, that is famous for its landscapes and the fact that it is home to the famous Loch Ness lake. Killiehuntly resembles a traditional country cottage lodge and externally it does not look like a hotel. But inside there is a lot of comfort and style: you can relax by the fireplace with a glass of famous whiskey, take a walk along the green hills, feel like a farmer or try those farm products in the cozy atmosphere of a Scottish house. Wonderful place!
Despite the rapid development of modern technologies and new technical construction possibilities, people still continue to move from the city to the province and restore old houses. This farmhouse is almost 300 years old, but one Swedish family found it attractive to make it their country home, and lovingly repaired it. At the same time, the new owners tried to preserve the spirit of the past as much as possible, adding only a couple of modern interior pieces. Isn’t it beautiful?
People usually move to a farm to grow vegetables and raise chickens. But Abby Hoppen says she bought a reconstructed farm in Michigan several years ago mainly to be able to create the true spirit of Christmas every year for the holidays. She owns a small shop of antique vintage goods, so it’s no surprise that her home during holidays is filled with a lot of cute little things that she gathered for many years from different parts of the US and Europe. What a pleasure to watch!
The owner of this house all his life worked as CFO for a large company, but when retired, he wanted to be closer to nature. Together with his wife they found a half-ruined old farm in Tennessee and decided to make it their home. The main building had to be almost completely demolished and built in fact new, but the designer Barbara Westbrook gave interiors the charm of the past. Now the couple’s two sons and their wives visit often, along with three little grandkids, to spend an unforgettable time in a cozy parents’ nest.
You don’t go to the hotels like as Masseria Salinola for active nightlife or brand shopping. This is the place for those who want to dive into the charming Italian countryside and experience the delights of a beautiful Apulia region. This restored farmhouse has a stunning territory in terms of beauty and size, drowning in olive and fruit trees, with interiors and exteriors designed with great love for local traditions. Wonderful!
This lovely English cottage is a part of a unique collection of restored old houses that are now available for rent in the wonderful 5000 acres wildlife in the Suffolk county. This home embodied all beauty and charm of classic architecture and timeless interiors. Ideal getaway if you seek privacy and tranquility!