Not many people would see a church and think “cozy”. Well I found this charming home on The Design Files. A church built in the 1800’s about 2 hours outside of Sydney, Australia that has been converted into a family home. The arches, high ceilings, exposed beams, the old wood floors all give this house so much character. A bright cheerful space with a wonderful past
Would you want to live in a converted church? What do you think about this country home?
P.S. LEICHT SHOWROOM OPENING – Last night, after work made two stops with TE. Second stop was the Clippers game downtown (TE picked that one). First stop was my choice…we went to a fab opening party at the new LEICHT kitchen showroom on Beverly Blvd. in West Hollywood. So fun to see the amazing modern engineering of these high end German kitchens. Debra Tendler is the owner of the showroom. So many sleek well designed kitchen options to see. Food for thought indeed. I was invited by the folks at Caesarstone (CEO Sagi Cohen and VP Karen Schakarov) who have some of their fantastic counters on display in the LEICHT showroom…including a new Caesarstone surface that literally looks like white marble. I have Caesarstone in my own kitchen and love it.
|The new LEICHT showroom with at 8761 Beverly Blvd. in West Hollywood (above and below)|
Photos: Sean Fennessy (converted church); Coco of COCOCOZY (Leicht showroom)