A stately residence on a beautiful Texas Hill Country property captures both the regional vernacular style and the spirit of an English country house set in a park-like landscape. The home was designed by Curtis & Windham Architects with interiors by Ginger Barber Design.
9 Pretty Cafes in London - You Have to See These Places
Belgravia’s Peggy Porschen likely has the most photographed facade in London. This pink pastry palace is known for its seasonal floral displays, which range from Valentine’s hearts to Christmas trees. But whatever the season, Peggy Porschen is pretty inside and out. Add to that delicious cakes and cupcakes, and this place is a winner. Just make sure to arrive early to avoid a long wait.
Robin Hoods Bay, Yorkshire
The ghosts of fisher folk and local tradesmen and merchants of Robins Hood Bay still stalk these streets and houses, their decendants now evicted by second-home owners and holiday renters.
Top 10 Most Beautiful Villages in England You Must See
England is the home to many beautiful villages – some of which are considered to be not only in England but also in the whole world. We are always talking…
Exploring Ancient England: Robin Hood’s Bay And Whitby Abbey
Our second day in Yorkshire begun the way every good morning in England should – with a full English breakfast complete with all the works. Fed and ready to explore even more of this beautiful part
Plain English founder Katie Fontana's cottage and houseboat
Plain English Kitchens founder Katie Fontana's houseboat where a love of pure craftsmanship & aesthetic simplicity reign supreme.
Wardour Castle refurbishment by Jasper Conran and John Pawson...
Timothy Sumer - Photography Wardour Castle refurbishment by Jasper Conran and John Pawson...
Weekend Getaway: The Lake District | Watch Me See
My favourite things to do on a weekend getaway in the Lake District, including tips on how to indulge in the best local vegan cuisine!
5 Questions for Robert Kime, Britain’s Most Revered Decorator | 1stdibs Introspective
The interior designer creates comfortable, classically English rooms that his clients — including Prince Charles — say they never want to leave.
Walter de Lacy, some bloke who came over with William the Conqueror in 1066 was responsible for some of the early building here, although much of it was developed over the following 6 hundred years. Prince Edward and his younger brother Richard had spent most of their childhood years at Ludlow Castle. They became known as The Princes in the Tower, Edward V of England (4 November 1470 – 1483) and his brother, Richard of Shrewsbury, 1st Duke of York (17 August 1473 – 1483). They were the only…