Looking for inspiration for a fantasy Linden Home?

We have two designs in the latest issue of Prim Perfect!

Prim Perfect Issue 27 - Summer 2010: Inside page - Linden Home of the Month
Prim Perfect Issue 27 - Summer 2010: Inside page - Linden Home of the Month

Firstly, Elle Kirshner of Second Spaces took the Shire’s Hearth home from the Elderglen range and created a gorgeous home that combined fantasy and practicality:

“The more I worked on the house, I started to think of it as a little hideaway cottage where you’d go to get away from the world for a weekend or something,” Elle says. “That led me to make it more of a hangout than a home, so the centre of the house is where you’d sprawl out to read or play games, just a nice open spot for leisure activities.”

You can read this article starting on Page 146 of the latest edition of Prim Perfect magazine.  And there’s an interview on Page 150 with Elle herself!

Prim Perfect: Issue 27 - Psyche Haven
Prim Perfect: Issue 27 - Psyche Haven

And on Page 154, Suzanne Bisiani tells us how she furnished her Abbot’s Haven fantasy Linden Home – which she has christened Psyche Haven:

I didn’t want my home to be too cutesy. I was looking for more of a rustic look— furniture that was made of tree branches rather than pink mushroom chairs. So I started my many searches on XstreetSL.com. An initial search for faerie furniture brought me to the wonderful faerie bedroom set created by Grey Kurka. His textures so impress me with their richness and realism that although I looked at other bedroom sets, none could top Grey’s for what I wanted.

Articles by: Saffia Widdershins and Sauzanne Bisiani
Photographs by Raven Haalan and PJ Trenton

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