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Feel Inspired by Charming 'The Station House'

This morning, I've woken up in Bodø, North of the Arctic Circle. It's flanked by spectacular mountains, deep fjords and the North Sea, which gleam under the midnight sun - which won't set again for three months. It's an awe-inspiring part of the world (do follow along on my instagram stories if you'd like to follow my journey!). Meanwhile, in the land down under, our Aussie friends are inching towards winter - which is one of the crazy things about our magnificent planet. As they say: the only constant in nature is change.

And today, I've got a beautiful 19th century cottage in Daylesford, Australia to share with you. Captured by Marnie Hawson, The Station House it is set in 3 acres of land and was built around 1853 making it one of the oldest houses in Daylesford. A few years ago, it fell into the hands of talented Theresa Albiloi who has renovated it to perfection! Walls were torn down to create an open-plan living space and the cottage was transformed to include five bedrooms and three bathrooms, all of which are full of vintage picked up  locally at Mill Market. 

Ready to feel inspired? 











It's the bathroom that does it for me. The vintage bath and stain-glass window - wow! I'd also be perfectly happy to sit and look out over the fields and relax too. 

Is there anything that caught your eye about The Station House? 

If you're visiting the area and would like to stay here, you can find more details here

Marnie Hawson has a knack for finding the most incredible properties - here are a few other houses she has photographed in recent years: 


Right kompisar, I'd better get ready for my day out in Bodø - I've got lots of research to do for the magazine article and hoping to fit in a hike in the mountains tomorrow. Go, go, goooo! Luckily, the light is on my side for once! 

Happy midweek friends. 

Niki

Photography: Marnie Hawson
Interior / bookings: The Station House

LATEST COMMENTS:

  1. This is GORGEOUS! Love how you styled your home and Its really awesome and stunning, I'm rethinking. It's Beautiful, i just love it. Thank you for this interesting post and amazing pics.

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  2. Agree, its the bathroom. I remember when we visited Fort Worden one summer, the bathroom was the size of a living room and had beautiful windows, a 13+ feet ceiling, white walls, little furniture and greenery. I didn't want to leave:-) This home is beautiful. Deeply admire old homes that are tastefully renovated.

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  3. Another property with lots of eye candy! I'm a sucker for white, gauzy curtains--they look so fresh. The stained glass window, the dining table, the headboard/footboard on the bed, and all the baskets are marvelous.

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  4. These tours never disappoint. So much inspiration.

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