Escape to the Country home of Sarah Wilkie founder of Homebarn. Photographed by Michael Norman

Escape to the Country home of Sarah Wilkie founder of Homebarn. Photographed by Michael Norman I love the weathered leather chair, the shelving with blue wall, and the alcove woodstove too!

Wish my home looked like this! Shabby, vintage Christmas; love the peaceful feeling to this picture.

Shabby, vintage Christmas, love the coffee table and stool, and the chandelier hanging over them!

Keeping storage all one colour, adding a mid century style chair and witty cushions make for a great, contemporary look in a subtle sea of grey and white.

A Visit to Future & Found

Love the chair! Keeping storage all one colour, adding a mid century style chair and witty cushions make for a great, contemporary look in a subtle sea of grey and white.

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Cosy living room design ideas

A wood stove in a "fireplace" type nook! It dresses up the stove, the "surround" is fire safe, and the wood is nearby, yet contained!

alcoves with floating shelves by Peter Murphy Carpentry, via Flickr

floating "built-in" shelves in alcoves to either side of fire place; lower cabinets with punch tin fronts to store stereo & speakers; upper cabinets for books & knick-knacks; largest spacing between shelves is

Besutiful #vintage sitting room, white sitting room, #foundandfavour, www.thedecorcafe.com

I could look at picture of pretty country cottage decor all day. I love the combination of mostly white decor with brown furniture and home decor accents.

love this fabric - this would be perfect for our sitting room! I'm in love!

Loving this fabric and pattern. Very simple, yet classy and refined. In my opinion, THIS is having taste.) pale blue and cream cabana / large stripe overstuffed chair.

Like that the biggest under stair space is left as a work cubby (I could see us having a butler pantry or breakfast nook). The other space is used for closets.

Ok this one SO beats the under-stairs drawers I posted. what a great way to make more space! My computer would totally be named CupboardUnderTheStairs on the network B-)

Lovely Victorian Hearth idea, we'd use our Victorian Floor Tile Collection from Original Style to create this look.

Dining room hearth could be re tiled in black and white as cohesive link to entrance hall. Or use white only off cuts from entrance hall cut to size if pattern too fussy.

Reclaimed scaffolding boards used for alcove shelving

Reclaimed scaffolding boards used for alcove shelving. would tie in with reclaimed scaffolding boards for bench table

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DIY dog bed - could make a nice whelping box, too. Change the front panel to a hinged drop down halfdoor. Great for medium/Big Dogs!

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