Grecian Hideaway

2010/09/17 § 2 Comments

I am  quite, quite  taken with rustic elegance.  Having grown up in a mid-century modern house (built in the ’50s) with glass walls, soaring ceilings and (to be honest) uncomfortable furniture – I have always yearned to live in a warm, cozy cottage.  Love many modern designs and interiors….but I want the more recent versions that are less strict and less rigid.  A wish is to have a modern house in the city and a tiny cottage lost in the middle of a forest or happily perched by the sea.  I have found the latter in this dream of a house owned by Greek interior designer, Marilyn Katsaris,  featured in desire to inspire and Yatzer.  Take a look and tell if I’m wrong in wanting to be whisked away to this grecian hideaway to live blissfully ever after….


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