The renovation budget was fairly tight so the pair opted for open shelving (a clever idea in a guest house, since it helps guests easily find things) and white concrete countertops. A lot of the furniture was taken from Kate’s parent’s house in Houston, or found at flea markets.
Kate and Luke wanted the house to blend with the surroundings. The earthy, natural tones and minimal yet warm furniture was one of the ways in which they drew nature indoors.
Someone’s loving that sofa!
Kate loves a clutter-free living space in which she can breath. Hunt Sunday House is bathed in natural light and peppered with items she finds on her walks and small treasures picked up on travels.
What a breath-taking guest house! I’d certainly feel at home here, how about you? How do I tell my husband I’ve swapped Malmö for Hunt today?
Is there anything that you love in particular?
Looking for a little more escape this Monday? You can always head on over to the rural retreats archive (you’ll find me there with my feet up). For something similar, I’m loving this Topanga Canyon home or for something a little different, I could quite happily sip tea all day looking out over the Baltic at this Gotland hideaway – how about you?!
Have a wonderful start to the week! This is gonna be a good un’, I can feel it!
Photography: Kate Zimmerman Turpin with kind permission