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i love this!!! guess what i'll be showing my husband online tonight? yep. this is so inspiring. we don't have a guest house, just tons of space for guests. but what a treat to someday have a little hideaway for guests!smiles to you, lovely.michele
Love the cottage. Surroundings are wonderful. Not sure I would want to sleep on that bed?
so many windows, so many light and the olive tree...
charming and dreamy
I had a TINY little house in my London garden, under a fig tree. The children used it as a playhouse mainly, and sometimes we would sit there in the evenings for a cosy drink when it wasn't quite warm enough to stay outside. Only once did guests sleep there...
This is so cute.A perfect room to escape to!Hope you have a lovely day.Lizx
It is so perfect and casual.As children in Ireland, one of our sheds got converted each summer to a bedroom/living room, in order to make room for our visiting American cousins. I can still remember the smell of whitewash, as the shed got it's annual freshening.Your post brought back beautiful memoriesHelenxx
Yep we have a little guest house deep in our forest and guests have to climb a hill to get to it so they usually opt to stay in our home. Our bad we haven't been taking care of our little house since it never gets used but this little place has given me a few ideas. Might be time to shake the cobwebs out of our guest house and give it some light like this stunning little place. XXDebra~