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Relaxed Country Living

Thursday, May 10, 2012

A colour palette of dusted earth tones and soft powdered pigments such as mulberry, raw plaster, putty, charcoal and zinc give a soothing, calming atmosphere to any room. Textures of washed linens, aged rustic wood and natural elements are set against pared down architecture to give this country look a contemporary twist.
Above image: divine interiors by &Styling
Above image: Interiors by De Stamkamer
Above images:1. 2., 3. & 4. by Hoffz interiors
Above image: paint company Pure & Original
Above image:paint company Pure & Original
Above image: Interiors and architects Timeless Living
Above images:1.interiors shop Un Esprit en Plus 2.photographic location agency Light Locations 3.antiques by Brigitte & Alain Garnier 4.interior design by De Zon Van Duurstede 5.stylist Leslie Dilcock 
Above image:the fabulous home, blog and shop of G-Style
Above image:interiors by At Ease Interiors
Above image: interiors by At Ease Interiors
Above images:1.divine interiors by &Styling 2.grey willow wreath from my home 3.gorgeous rustic linens from Rough Linen 
Above image: interior design by Am Projects
Above image: beautiful photography by Nicolas Matheus
Above images:1. Hoffz interiors 2.detail of bathroom door from my home 3.gorgeous pitcher from The New General Store 4.fabulous interiors of Cote Bastide
Above image: handmade industrial lighting by TierlanTijn Lighting
Above image: interior design by Am Projects
Above image: bedlinen by House in Style 
Above images:1.& 3. paint company Pure & Original 2.& 4.bedlinen by House in Style 
Above image: divine bathroom from hotel Chateau Grand Boise

For more information on anything shown in the above images please click on the names under each photograph to go through to their web sites. 

With warmest wishes

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