|home of di botha and athol moult featured in house & leisure south africa|
You might have to fight that little dog - Jack Russell Terriers are spunky - but imagine stretching on that chaise to read away the afternoon in front of those huge windows. Such large expanses of glass continue through the house, allowing the owners to live both inside and outside without feeling any real sense of separation.
|doors open like moveable walls allowing the outdoors and staircase to flow unimpeded|
The antique pottery is in use and on display, along with handcarved wood pieces and the beautiful lamp. The worn wooden table almost fades into the wall color, the weathered finish helping it to subtly stand out.
|the kitchen almost has a sort of kinfolk vibe to it|
This property belongs to a couple, and it's fair to say the vibe is fairly gender neutral. But it leant every slightly feminine in my opinion. And all it takes to make my "Single-Girl Style" list is for me to want to live there. In this case, it feels like the house is calling me.
For more photos of the property, do read the article at house & leisure south africa.