Still here, still pretty much housebound, and no plans to travel too far afield. But who needs to, if they’ve got such wonderful courtyards in their own home? I hope they come complete with a gardener who knows what they are doing, because they can’t count on me to keep anything alive and pretty.
This Friday Fun post is pure escapism, nothing political about it at all… but for some reason all of today’s houses seem to be located in New Zealand. A country I very much hope to visit some day. Most if not all of these pictures are taken from the wonderful website ArchitectureNow.co.nz
We need more escapism than ever before, so here are some recent favourite houses that set me (and hopefully you) dreaming.
Happy Easter to all who are celebrating this weekend. I will be celebrating Greek Orthodox Easter next weekend as well, so double the chocolate for me! And please join us this long weekend rewatching Kieslowski’s Three Colours trilogy. Hashtag on Twitter: #threecolours (British spelling).
Of course, if money were no object for me (and you, dear readers), I suspect we would just have simple but cosy living quarters above a huge and famous library. However, most wealthy people in the world seem to prefer the flashily obvious displays of wealth. So this is what money can buy you… And I have to admit some of them are not too shabby! (All pictures taken from the glorious Home Adore website).
So now you understand why they want their tax cuts…
There are other countries that have beautiful chateaux, you know, even though they may call them Schloss, vár, palat, hrad and so on. Here are a few lesser-known favourites, some of which may even be for sale.