Sunday, 11 November 2012

Bed & Breakfast

Surprise! Another post! I've posted two days in a row now. Maybe I've snapped out of my lack of inspiration. Thanks for your patience, my friends! And today's house belongs to Hania, who has turned it into a bed and breakfast. I'm not sure of its location but it might be in Poland as the photographs are from a Polish online magazine. 
Hope you are enjoying your Sunday, and who knows... I might see you tomorrow again!

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9 comments:

  1. Well, it is in Poland, Lubelskie, although there's no name of the village. Another favourite post of your blog :)

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  2. Hristina Todorova, Ph.D.11 November 2012 10:55

    Dear Kifus, thank you for these pictures! I've seen only the bathroom's pictures from this house before and was totaly in love with them, now I got complitely the same feeling even more. Good design! Best regards! :)

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  3. so glad your inspiration and you are back kifus!

    this is a lovely b&b and it makes me realize how small the world has become, so many of her accessories i have seen at US markets.
    great fun
    cheers!
    debra

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  4. Wow! This is now one of my favorite posts! This rustic charming house is amazing! Thanks for sharing!

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  5. Hi Kifus,
    I'm so happy you're back! I loved this house. First of all, anytime you have a stone or brick wall indoors I swoon. There are so many inviting details to the living room, if I were heading to Poland I'd stay in this B&B. The shower, with is stone floor and wood back wall was so pretty. All that and it looks like the B&B sits on the edge of a beautiful wooded area.
    Karen

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  6. Great bed & breakfast, I love the natural materials they used. Wooden houses are my favorite, they transmit peace and warmth. Great path that lead from the terrace into the green surroundings!

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  7. name of the village is Jeziorszczyzna (not so easy to pronounce). it's near Kazimierz Dolny (very beautiful town) in the south-east part of Poland.
    nice blog

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  8. This is my favourite of everything you've ever posted - I love ALL of it.

    Hope you are well! Miss you xox

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