Start spreading the news, I’m leaving today…

By the time you read this, I will be on a plane heading for San Francisco!

Hubby and I are taking 6 months out to travel the world and will (try to) blog all about it at our new site www.peacheytravels.com.

If I don’t see you before the end of the month, see you in June 2015!

Take care all

Greer x

Huf Haus OMG

I can’t even write properly this Huf is so beautiful.

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Do with it what you will ;-)

Black Bathing Beauties

My old bathroom

Ever since I turned my old bathroom black (sorry for the terrible bath-less pic), I’m glad to have found that I’m not alone in turning to the dark side.

Black shower

This minimalist beauty is probably the least scary one of the lot, no doubt due to the massive window at the back.

Black bathroom 1

Black always goes best with white and wood don’t ya think?

The Dean Hotel Providence

Best for those who can’t quite decide!

I’ve got plenty more where they came from…check out my Beautiful Bathrooms board on Pinterest for more dark inspiration.

Kitchen obsessions: Metro tiles

I’ve got quite a few obsessions when it comes to kitchens, so rather than write the longest blog post ever, I thought I’d split them up to share with you.

What is it about metro tiles? They’re do damn simple and yet I’m in love. My poor Pinterest board is full of the things. I see metro tiles in my kitchen future…

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OMG. Metro tiles, Wishbone chairs and a tulip table! What’s not to love? Actually, the chairs. Things of beauty that they are, they’re also notoriously uncomfortable.

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This one happily meets my marble obsession too!

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And last but not least, a kitchen so clean, it must be owned by someone who only ever reheats takeaways and drinks cocktails every night. What bliss.

From one extreme to the other – Bourne Lane, Tonbridge

As I mentioned in my last post, I am lucky enough to be sharing two Tonbridge properties with you this week. The first one, ‘A Beautiful Mess’ looked as the most dilapidated property in much need of some TLC. The one I’m about to show you however is entirely at the other end of the scale.

Bourne Lane House exterior

Isn’t it gorgeous?! This amazing property (ridiculously amazing for Tonbridge which consists of a lot of properties over the 100-year-old mark and new build flats) was designed by Nash Baker and constructed by Stephens and James (the excellent photography is by Will Layzell) Another interesting fact to note is that the owners commissioned the property as they decided to downsize from the oast house next door. This means a couple of things. One this house is not for sale. Two, the oast house might be! (I’m gonna take a wild stab and say it’s this one)

Have a look at the property in more detail here and here.

Want more amazing architecture to fuel your imagination? Check out my Pinterest board below.

Follow Greer Peachey’s board Amazing Architecture on Pinterest.

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