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Charming Country Home in Sicily



I love the architecture of this charming country home in Sicily.  I love the exposed ceiling beams giving a cozy and rustic feel, the terracotta tiles, and the overall country feel inside.  Oh I think a change of couch would be fine but other than that this place would be so perfect.  And the outdoors is divine, perfectly abundant with trees like citrus, almonds, and of course olives... and the air is filled with the wonderful scent of jasmine too, now that is cool.  The two pools are perfect for sunny and lazy days which is situated in a very charming courtyard.  I can see myself enjoying some cocktails in there with family and friends.










 



source:  adelto

11 comments:

The Dainty Dolls House said...

Love those bed frames, they are marvelous :)) xx

Fashionista said...

OMG! Lovely houses!

An Eye for Detail said...

Thanks so much for coming over and commenting...I tried to reply to you but you have the "no-reply" blogger address. Do you know that? And I can't find anywhere on your blog to email or respond to you! Thus this comment. Anyway, yes, stay tuned tomorrow to see my finished piece!

Mouthwash said...

Wow - can you imagine? One thing I noticed is that there is no carpet. I've actually noticed that a lot in my European travels...no carpet.

Beautiful beautiful villa!!

Amber
Ambersmouthwash

S said...

You mede me mind to my vacation on Sicily!^^
These places are just perfect for summer!
xxx
S

http://s-fashion-avenue.blogspot.it

Bog-Bog said...

I love this rustic-country touch of the house!

CarrieMarie said...

ooh, yes, i could definitely see relaxing there for a bit. or longer. : )

trishie said...

Beautiful country home. I would love to sip on cocktails by that pool too

Kristin said...

Love the bedrooms with such lovely atmosphere!!!

xx

design traveller said...

Italian kitchens are so cosy... rustic summer with friends and family :)

Leslie said...

Wow! Lots to look at here! The outside spaces, and pool areas are stunning. Great kitchen and bedrooms.

You really get a feel for Sicily via these images.