thehandbookauthority: “ thefoodogatemyhomework: Upstairs hall, untouched since 1964 in leading British architect Sir Albert Richardson’s perfect country home in Bedfordshire, England. Via Christies, September image by Simon Upton.
The vertical lines of the floorboards lenghten the look to this hallway, where the convex curve above the doorway does add a break in the line of sight allowing your eyes to rest however, still being drawn further down the hallway due to the flooring.
Above: Neutral and rural is the melody of the six guestrooms at Factorij a B & B housed in an old cigar factory. Left: In the public areas have interior designer Dorien Cooreman has now stepped with red accents.