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Karen Inderbitzen-WAller. The Selby.


I have fallen in love with this house currently featured at The Selby. A 1960s bungalow in Auckland, New Zealand belonging to karen inderbitzen-walller and delphine avril planqueel. It makes such a nice change from what serves as usual interiors eye candy which is often too perfect and over styled -  to the point of wondering if any body actually lives there. Check these pics out and you'll see what I mean - there is no question somebody lives here. I only wish I could go hang out there with the owners, having a cuppa on that old yellow settee in that sun room and then a long leisurely trawl through their nick knacks, book shelves and magazine collection.


Go here to see the lot including the amazing pink kitchen, bed cover made from a vintage girdle collection and a back yard you can see yourself having a picnic in. Happy viewing!





Comments

Kylie said…
Wow! I see what you mean - so gorgeous and not in any way pretentious. Great find Jo :) Kx
SueT said…
I love the house too - especially the 'lived-in feel' to it, something missing too much in magazines.
Kate said…
I love the drunk barbie doll face down in her drink!
Murgatroyd said…
What a marvellous pad...can I join you in having a poke about on those book shelves please? Dunkin' Barbie - priceless!

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