This Grade II listed 17th century former net loft home of photographer Paul Massey is situated opposite the idyllic harbor of Mousehole, Cornwall. A light filled haven of calming neutrals, industrial and vintage flea market finds gives the space a casually elegant yet relaxed feel.
A dark wood table and industrial pendant lights in brushed black steel lend warmth and drama to the space.
In the kitchen, a rustic table serving as an kitchen island and a weathered door adds charm to the space.
In the guest bedroom, chalky white walls and linen give a simplified feel drawing attention to the texture of the weathered wood.
In the bathroom, a traditional Moroccan plastering technique using a tadelek gives a rough luxe feel to the pared down space.
If you wish to experience the home and breathtaking views for yourself, you can rent it for a holiday through Unique Home Stays.
For the past couple of days, I’ve been really crushing over this colour combination. The brightness of this orange-pink hue paired with the freshness of green, creates a space that is not only bold but extremely playful. Below are some inspirational spaces that I came across. I hope you’ll love them as much as I did and consider bringing this combination into your home.
So what do you think of this colour scheme? Feel free to post your comments below. I’d love to hear from you.