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Virginia Farm Wedding - Elizabeth Anne Designs: The Wedding Blog

The rolling Virginia mountains and North Garden’s picturesque Pippin Hill Farm & Vineyards were the backdrop for Chris and Rachel’s relaxed autumn wedding. As University of Virginia graduates, the Charlottesville area holds a special charm for the couple, and the beautiful countryside inspired the day’s decor and color palette. The florals from Hedge Fine Blooms feature ivory and cream stems, …

Nishi Sales Suite and Gallery / hungerford+edmunds + OCULUS Hotel Hotel Canberra, Timber Sliding Doors, Interior Fit Out, Interior Ideas, Space Gallery, Home Reno, Sustainable Design, Residential Architecture, Exterior

Hotel Hotel

Hotel Hotel is a collaboration between designers, artists, artisans and fantasists. We love hotels, not for their swank but for reminding us of our transience and the importance of romance.

Parlour Wine Room - A stunning return Parlour, Wine, Architecture, Interior, Room, Furniture, Home Decor, Arquitetura, Bedroom

Parlour Wine Room - A stunning return | OutInCanberra

Canberra is in possession of some truly gorgeous Federation buildings, and none more so than those in NewActon, that have emerged following the stunning development that has occurred over the last eight years. Certainly, walking up the stairs that rise from Kendall Lane into Parlour Wine Room, the sense of occasion is lifted through the building’s heritage architecture and its beautifully lit interior. It is a wonderful approach, and one that readies you for a truly elegant and relaxing…

Parlour Wine Room… “the décor is eclectic, with many “seating zones”. Photo by Gary Schafer Parlour, Wine, Dining, Table, Room, Furniture, Home Decor, Bedroom, Food

Dining / Popular Parlour in full swing once more

“The décor is eclectic, with many ‘seating zones’. Tip: some zones are more comfortable and conducive to eating than others, so choose carefully,” says dining reviewer WENDY JOHNSON