Thursday, 16 October 2008

An antiquarian's home in Florence










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7 comments:

Pieter said...

You're posts are always really unique. Once again you've posted a gem! I get so excited whenever I see in my blogreader that you've posted something, because I know it'll be good!

Lynne said...

christelle, i've been MIA but am back and am revelling in the beauty on your blog! just glorious spaces! so glad you returned also:)

automatism said...

Oh, how lovely. I've just discovered your blog and I'm really enjoying your wonderful posts. Thank you.

Lori

Meander said...

OH WOW! I want that house!!! Thanks for sharing and have a gorgeous weekend!

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Miss Kris said...

Hi Christelle!

Thank you for your friendly comments. Love love your blog! I love your post on Patrice Gruffaz's apartment in Paris. So inspirational! The mushroom tables are wonderful

I can not wait to make a return visit and see what is new. Thank you for sharing!

~Miss Kris~

Urban LifeStyle Decor said...

Love the pure vintage feel of these. What great lifestyle shots.Wow.