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Home Profile: Kimberley Seldon’s Country Retreat

With the weather in NYC warming up into the 60’s and 70’s, I yearn to escape the concrete jungle.  I saw this country house featured on House & Home (Canada) last year. I still think about the house today.  It is a classic combination of coziness, modern, eclectic, and glamorous.  I would not mind hiding away here for awhile.

The home tour was featured on House & Home online last year. You can see it below.

You can also check out the full photo gallery at Kimberly Seldon’s site.

What I love about this interior is the open layout and the grand scale of the space.  It is also decorated unlike what one would think of a “weekend house”.

The wall of windows allows for the light to shine through.  Can you imagine a reading nook like the one below where you can melt into the gorgeous scenery?


The theme of luxury and grandeur continues into the bathroom.  I could stay in this tub all day.

The seating arrangement below stimulates a conversion and also allows for the flow between the open kitchen and the rest of the space.

This wall at the entrance is a statement in itself.  It is highly functional as it blocks the wind from the front door while creating an entrance hall for the house.

The bedrooms have a beautiful calming blueish grey tones which are so elegant.  This could easily be in any home and not just a country retreat.


Author:  Chau Hoang
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  1. Pingback: Design Knockoff: Weekend House Small Bedroom | La Vie Partagée

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