Australian Homes

Trish Bygott, Nathan Crotty and family

by Lucy Feagins, Editor
Wednesday 18th September 2013

The eclectic home of Trish Bygott, Nathan Crotty and their family in Fremantle, WA, which incorporate a 1950’s bus and a 1970’s caravan which function as additional rooms, expanding an otherwise modest one bedroom home to accommodate a family of 6! Photo – Angelita Bonetti, styling / production – Anna Flanders.

Kitchen.  Long industrial bench –  a gift from a friend.  ‘You can see our handpainted splashback at the rear of the kitchen above the stove, and we painted the ‘Madam Bukeshla woman’ on the back of the door’ says Trish.  ‘She gives thanks for an abundant life and is a constant reminder for gratitude’.  Photo – Angelita Bonetti, styling / production – Anna Flanders.

Kitchen.  Photo – Angelita Bonetti, styling / production – Anna Flanders.

Re-purposed 1970’s Austin bus in the WA home of Trish Bygott and Nathan Crotty.  Photo – Angelita Bonetti, styling / production – Anna Flanders.

Nathan Crotty and Trish Bygott of WA retail store Madam Bukeshla, photographed in the colourful garden of their amazing Fremantle home.  Photo – Angelita Bonetti, styling / production – Anna Flanders.

Another INCREDIBLE home all the way from WA today.  Gosh we’re getting some gems from the West right now aren’t we?  Huge thanks to our intrepid Perth-based contributors, Anna Flanders and Angelita Bonetti for another amazing find today – what a team!

Today’s home is actually a one bedroom house, ingeniously re-worked into amazing extended living quarters for a family of up to six, with the addition of a 1950’s Austin bus, a shed and a 1970’s caravan!  This incredible set up is home to Trish Bygott and Nathan Crotty of Perth retail store Madam Bukeshla, and their extended family – Daisy, 15, Felix, 17, Zebedee, 18, Phoebe, 21 (Nathan’s daughter, beloved ex-resident who has recently moved out).

Both prior single-parents, Trish and Nathan merged their families into cohabitation in a move Trish beautifully describes as ‘a moment of spontaneous decree by all parts of the whole – love at first sight and a fit of convenient blindness to the logistical pear shaped-ness of it all!’.  Oh my goodness.  For people I haven’t actually met in person, I am totally in love with this amazing, creative and slightly chaotic family!

Prior to joining forces, Trish (self described as a ‘chaotic-creative-savant, textiles artist and workshop facilitator’) had been living with her children Zeb and Daisy for six years in a ‘one bedroom and sleep-out affair’ in South Fremantle, when Nathan returned from traveling with his own children of a similar age – Phoebe and Felix .  ‘After a nine month honeymoon managing separate residences, the entire troupe made themselves willing and available to the aforementioned merger!’ says Trish.  Six years on, five of the original group remain, as Phoebe (21) has recently moved to nearby Hammy Hill with her boyfriend.

The home is in fact a rental, blessed with ‘a rare and special landlord-lady’, and this, combined with Trish and Nathan’s intuitive resourcefulness, has meant a very creative approach to renovating!  Their chief concern from the outset was to make a space that once housed three, now work for six.  The solution evolved quite organically in the end, through a mix of inspired lateral thinking, and a decent pinch of random good fortune.

Trish and Nathan inherited ‘Austin’, a 1950’s ex-school bus from Queensland a year or so after moving in.  This became a bedroom for Phoebe for 5 years before she flew the coop!  Similarly, their 1970’s caravan housed teenage Zeb briefly, before he scampered inside to the master bedroom, leaving Trish and Nathan with no choice but to adapt the old tin garage (then Tricia’s studio) for their own sleeping quarters.  ‘Essentially we have allowed the space to be transformed with playfulness and immediacy’ says Trish.  Together she and Nathan have created a ever-evolving home, with flexible, creative space-solving to accommodate the needs of their unique family.

‘Seeing our home in this light imbues it’s 1930’s ordinariness with a special warmth’ says Trish of her family’s unique home. ‘With an emphasis on the found object or material, we have felt free to experiment and play with our home in ways that feed our need for natural beauty and inspire endless possibilities’.

In building this incredible home and uniquely creative life, it would be remiss not to mention the business Trish and Nathan also run together – Madam Bukeshla, their textiles / soft furnishings label and retail space on the fringe of Fremantle in Wray Avenue.  This business, comprising a storefront, three upstairs rooms, a 1950’s kitchen, lounge and garden courtyard, is an intriguing space of textiles, beautiful objects and activity. The store is personalised throughout with handmade window displays, vintage furniture used to display smaller items, and a wall of textiles at the rear of the store, where Trish works on her sewing machine or hand-stitching.

‘It is like walking in a special, personal treasure trove of beautiful objects, with a faded, beautiful interior in gentle colours, and an earthy feel’ says our contributor, Perth based stylist Anna Flanders, of Madam Bukeshla’s unique charm.  ‘It’s a physical experience – you walk through the changing room to an outdoor walkway, into a cute 50’s kitchen and living area, and upstairs to the workshop with its high ceilings, where Trish also holds her ‘healing in stitch’ workshop classes’.  (Next term starts in October – all workshop details on the website!).

Huge thanks to Trish, Nathan and their family for sharing their amazing home with us today!  If their story has struck a chord with you, do show your appreciation with a little visit to their website!  Madam Bukeshla’s growing textile range includes hand-made linen curtaining, bedcovers, cushions, lampshades and teatowel designs.

Main interior living area.  Textiles – a mix from Trish’s own collection at Madam Bukeshla, and treasures colllected in Rajhastan and elsewhere.  Handpainted cushins by Trish /Madam Bukeshla.  Painting above couch by Trish.  Photo – Angelita Bonetti, styling / production – Anna Flanders.

Living area / entrance to main house. Rug from Banjarra Tribal.  Handpainted figures on the wall – remnants from Trish’s Christmas window, now available as wall decals through Trish’s Madam Bukeshla store.  The two 50’s chairs in the front were given to Trish and Nathan by a friend, and are constantly dressed and redressed in fabrics and cushions from Trish’s collection.  Sewing machine purchaed by Trish when she was 16.  Photo – Angelita Bonetti, styling / production – Anna Flanders.

Shed bedroom. ‘The tent is a beautiful Rajasthani piece and a joy to sleep under’ says Trish. The bedspread is eco linen which is stitched by Trish with matching cushions, available through her store.  Photo – Angelita Bonetti, styling / production – Anna Flanders.

Detail from Trish and Nathan’s bedroom.  Vintage ironing board, Nathan’s old dolls house, woven rag-coil vessel made by Trish, two dolls bought in Durban.  Handpainted angel by Trish just peeking through under the tent hanging.  Photo – Angelita Bonetti, styling / production – Anna Flanders.

Bookcase in living area.  ‘This is a forever changing ‘gratitude temple’ in the house’ says Trish. Teapot, saucer and two figures found in a gallery in Cape Town 30 years ago. Woman with the basket on her head is a self-portrait that Trish stitched just after her children were born 16 years ago (the basket Trish wove from feathers!). The horse was a gift to her son Zeb after he was born. All other bits on top shelf were found in Rajasthan. The textiles are an assortment of pieces picked up by Trish on travels to Rajasthan and treasures found at Banjarra Tribal– ‘I love co-owner Laurie who is such an amazing source of information and knowledge of the Rabari Tribe, whose textiles are also in this stack’ says Trish.  Photo – Angelita Bonetti, styling / production – Anna Flanders.

AMAZING bathroom!  Photo – Angelita Bonetti, styling / production – Anna Flanders.

Trish in her production studio for Madame Bukeshla.  ‘This is where patterns are conceived, cut and work on’ she says.  Photo – Angelita Bonetti, styling / production – Anna Flanders.

Daybed on front verandah. ‘We love sitting out on the daybed’ says Trish. ‘We are surrounded by trees here and love looking out over the park.  We get Northern sun here for colder months, and it is also beautiful in summer and spring. In heatwaves we even sometimes sleep out there!’  The daybed is dressed in a vintage 1950’s bedspread, the cushions are from Trish’s Madam Bukeshla Raw Collection.  A personal favourite piece is Trish’s potted cactus from Tim Dwyer, whose business, Little Gardens, specialises in potted gardens with pots he handpaints himself.  Photo – Angelita Bonetti, styling / production – Anna Flanders.

Outside bath. Photo – Angelita Bonetti, styling / production – Anna Flanders.

Shed bedroom exterior.  Photo – Angelita Bonetti, styling / production – Anna Flanders.

Hanging strawberries in Trish and Nathan’s colourful garden!  Photo – Angelita Bonetti, styling / production – Anna Flanders.

Exterior and caravan!  ‘We received the caravan from beautiful friend and fellow textiles artisan Roberta Leary’ says Trish. Previously set up as a bedroom for their son Zeb, the caravan is now used as an additional living area. Nathan created the decking and paving and firepit. All pots and plants are by Tim Dwyer of Little Gardens.  50’s chairs from a Gosnells op shop, textiles on the chairs are two wedding dowry stitched cloths, including Trish’s ‘favourite of all time’ – on the right-hand chair. The piano (just peeking in on the right) was another gift from a friend.  ‘We had no room in the house, so Nathan installed it outside, beside the caravan’ says Trish. ‘…it still works – Nathan often puts on impromptu soirees in summer just for me!’  Photo – Angelita Bonetti, styling / production – Anna Flanders.

by Lucy Feagins, Editor
Wednesday 18th September 2013


  • Bridget 3 years ago

    i positively ADORE that kitchen! images 2 and 3 of this post are seriously my idea of kitchen nirvana.
    thank you!

  • sarah 3 years ago

    what a fantastic home!!!!!

  • Jane 3 years ago

    Now THIS is why I read thedesignfiles!

  • Jano 3 years ago

    Lovely home, full of colour and texture. Thanks for the great find, i so enjoy the surprise.

  • Fiona Stewart 3 years ago

    I love this house, this style, the people. They look honest, loving life, loving each other, family and their surroundings, gardening, cooking, all the good things in life. I also love the outfit Trish is wearing and the boots. Where can I get some? You guys look happy. Well done. Fifi

  • Patricia 3 years ago

    Beautiful bowerbirds.

  • Danica 3 years ago

    The pots!! The plants!! Absolutely adore this home’s individuality.

  • Vic Pemberton 3 years ago

    this is the family home i have always wanted. perfect!

  • Fronk 3 years ago

    Dang, what a fun house and beautiful family. This post has put me in a great mood!

  • Matt 3 years ago

    What an excellent article and awesome website they have too!

  • Fiona 3 years ago

    Great fun! I want to be them.

  • Anna Flanders 3 years ago

    I LOVED doing this story. Not only the most beautiful couple with the most gorgeous love and connection with one another, but their art and everyday are intrinsic. Being lucky enough to be embraced into their home is a whirl of raw linens, ancient crafts, stitches and fanciful illustrations that returns us to a state of delight in this world (not to mention the best chai ever!). Everything available on the website – clothes, stitched and printed fabrics and even painted pots, wallpanels and more. Visual food for the soul. xx

  • Amanda 3 years ago

    What a crazy, beautiful home! I loved it.

  • Jasmine 3 years ago

    Wow, this SO reminds me of home and is making me super homesick! Such a typical West Aussie/Freo family I just love it. The kitchen is awesome and I LOVE the extra rooms, brilliant find WA crew!

  • jo 3 years ago

    one of the most awesome house tours i have ever seen. i am blown away…

  • petra 3 years ago

    Remembering gratitude. Such a beautiful way to live. Thank you x

  • Clare 3 years ago

    Yes! As an inner North hipster now this brings back flooding memories of careening round Freo as a teenager! It’s the heart, soul and essence of what Fremantle is. So, so beautiful and abundant.

  • twinkle 3 years ago

    Wonderful house – just love it. Just a small warning to the owners and any other cat owners – be very careful of Lilies in your home (photo 6). They are deadly poisonous to cats and even a cat brushing up against the pollen and later licking themselves is fatal. I nearly lost a furry friend this way and so am warning everyone. Cats and Lilies just don’t mix so are best avoided if you’re a cat owner.

  • Emily 3 years ago

    Oh, this home is something else entirely. I’m absolutely smitten!

  • Robyn 3 years ago

    Love the collision of two families in this space. Dripping with authenticity. Love

  • kathryn 3 years ago

    A breath of fresh air, such character and magic in this home!

  • Lisa 3 years ago

    This is a lovely (and refreshing) change up from the usual magazine homes, which be can over zealously edited at times for the sake of a good shot. Thanks for giving us this living, breathing space we can relate to.

  • Helen Edwards 3 years ago

    love love love!!!

  • Jo Foster 3 years ago

    My all time favourite, I wouldn’t change a thing. Now this is character. Thank you, so refreshing.

  • Kirra 3 years ago

    now THIS is a home.

  • Robin 3 years ago

    Just makes me smile – love it!

  • Lou-Lou 3 years ago

    Stunning in every way. Refreshing to see a home with such character.
    Nice to see that a home can still be stylish without being stark unlike so many we see these days.

  • mariana 3 years ago

    big love for this home..

  • Kimmy 3 years ago

    Eclectic and fun! There’s a whole lotta love in that home….exactly what a home is all about! xx

  • tess 3 years ago

    Trish is one of the warmest people you will ever come across. These are beautiful photos of her home. Her atelier is an amazing space too, it’s a shame there aren’t any photos included.

  • georgie 3 years ago

    feels like a warm hug – a home with heart and soul in spades – I want that bathroom

  • Dirima 3 years ago

    Go Trish (and family)…LOVE your place! X

  • Emily 3 years ago

    One of my favourites ever! Love the whole place, especially that bathroom. And so nice to be seeing some features on my home state of WA.

  • Matthew 3 years ago

    A Wonderful West Aussie home! Congrats for featuring it! And cheers to Anna & Angelita; keeping the West in print! X

  • shana 3 years ago

    I so love the Madame Boukeshla shop space. Always feel like I’ve had a deep drink from a creative oasis after being there …. and totally inspired. What a treat to see your home as well, dear Trish and Nathan.

  • What Rubbish? 3 years ago

    Wow Trish, gratitude and congratulations on opening your home and heart to us all. I love it. I am so grateful to you for sharing this very personal loving space. Thank U Nathan…. You are obviously a great fit!! Love Sandie

  • The Countryphiles 3 years ago

    Food for the soul indeed! Thanks Trish & Nathan & Family for sharing your private space – great story Lucy & Co. x

  • Helena Pollard 3 years ago

    How amazing! Absolutely love this Trish and Nathan. Creativity extraordinaire!!!

  • Roz 3 years ago

    Had a chance meeting with this lady one day. She was full of motherly wisdom and inspiration at
    A time when I needed it. How wonderful to peak inside her life! A treasure. Beautifully styled shots!

  • Melissa 3 years ago

    So eclectic and beautiful and inviting!

  • Jane 3 years ago

    What an inspiring and interesting story! I love Trish’s website and their house. Jane

  • Nicole 3 years ago

    What a gorgeous home. It makes me realise that a family can live in a modest one bedder if you get creative! This home will provide me with loads of inspiration for my little one bedroom miner’s cottage with a wonky floor. It also reminds me to “work with what you’ve got” and accept your home’s limitations and you can still have something fabulous.

  • Jenny 3 years ago

    Lovely home with inspiring colours, textures and soul. Great photographs including the first with both dog and cat on cue. Thank you for sharing.

  • Linda 3 years ago

    Luscious, exquisite, yummy-yummy-scrummy!!!! So inspiring to see such abundant creativity that’s so honest, unique and doesn’t cost the earth!?! Don’t stop at the Design Files…be an Airbnb favorite home too! Love you both, The Rawlings xxx

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  • Emily Holt 3 years ago

    Did a healing w stitch workshop w Trish recently. Her studio and shop are as amazing as her home. And her gentleness and sincerity, as well as the stitching, were truly healing. Wishing Trish & Nate every success & happiness. Emily x

  • kerrie Sharpely 3 years ago

    I want to live there!

  • …Nathan here from Madam Bukeshla…
    Wow..!! such heart-warming comments..
    Thankyou so much to all… for your inspired thoughts…
    and a big thankyou to The TDF team…
    and to our beloved Anna & Angelita for their wonderful shoot…

    Re… what Trish is wearing…
    she’s in our versatile Rajasthani Smock in ECO linen
    over the top of our Square-neck Smock.. also in ECO linen…
    which can be viewed at our newly established website…
    We encourage you to contact us with queries or feedback about
    any of our garments or products… and please bear with us…
    the images we have displayed only touch on the full variation and
    scope of the detailed features that our garments particularly are
    treasured for… what you’re seeing are some of our ‘off the rack basics’
    which can also be blank canvasses for further individual embellishment…
    We will bring to our website as soon as possible an archive page featuring our
    one-off hand-stitched pieces…
    Of course… we’d also love to see you in the shop….

    Nath ;~}

  • Curlytop 3 years ago

    Love it!

  • mel 3 years ago

    Gosh I adore people with their own artist style. Thanks for sharing this incredible home. Mel

  • Katherine 3 years ago

    colour, texture and living things – joy

  • pen 3 years ago

    I’ve always admired Trish, way back in those RMIT textile design days!
    Lovely to see her/family/home after so many years.

  • Charmaine 3 years ago

    Love! This is a real home with so much character and personality.

  • Rebecca 3 years ago

    Trish & Nathan you are a breath of fresh air in this complicated consumer world we live in. The beauty of your home is a reminder that creativity is more important than consumption. Thanks for your work and inspiration. x

  • Melanie from remedy 3 years ago

    Trish and Nathan are the essence of what I love the most about my beloved home town and her people. their store window is always mesmerising to see. thanks for sharing your beautiful home with us.

  • Fiona 3 years ago


  • Sally 3 years ago

    What an amazing home! That kitchen is so so lovely, as are all the beautiful textiles. Love this place!

  • Marie 3 years ago

    Beautiful -warm – inspiring – homely
    A little like a visual cuddle, what a wonderful home
    Thanks design files for offering a home without all the designer names and with plenty of warmth

  • Sujora 3 years ago

    Hi Trish and Nathan,
    at the expense of sounding repetitive I loved the shots of your playful, gentle and delightful home. Sitting here in Marrakech and seeing some of the colourful and beautiful living spaces and gardens here yours certainly holds it own! Your creativity and personal expression surround you wherever you are and I wish there were also some images of your glorious shop on there too. much love from Morocco

  • Kath W 3 years ago

    Thank you TDF. This is what I visit your site for.

  • Georgie 3 years ago

    Amazing style, love it!

  • Ant 3 years ago

    I have heard so many stories about this house over the years from my friend. Upon each return home from the west she would tell us some little snippet of fascinating detail that had changed since her last visit or something that had inspired her. I have often tried to picture in my mind what Trish’s house was like but could never imagined the veritable oasis that she and Nathan had created. Love from Melbourne.

  • A beautiful and colorful home inside and out. It looks amazing while maintaining a cozy atmosphere. The whole place is a work of artistry and ingenuity that has personality – an extension of the owners’ that is. One just can’t help but take a second glance, a longer one at that. Also, a good additional idea for the garden would have to be old gutters turned to planters. They do seem to love to make use of old items by giving then a new role to fill.

  • Regina J 3 years ago

    I don’t know how they do, so many people living in such small place, but their space looks incredibly comfy and so beautifully colorful.
    Anna Flanders and Angelita Bonetti did an incredible job styling & taking photos.
    Very nice post indeed.

  • Gaz 3 years ago

    Inspiring, unique home and family. Love the outdoor rooms!

  • Brigid Sundborn 3 years ago

    A really lovely diversion from all the slickness we see!

  • sharon 3 years ago

    Love this sort of home…it’s real and such a refreshing change. Inspirational too! Can we please see more homes likes this xx

  • Hanna 3 years ago

    Bliss! What an idyllic place …. Such an interesting and inspring home. Great to see a house that is so loved and different to the often formulaic (and expensive!!) houses that are often featured in press – thank you!!! X

  • Toni Jackson 3 years ago

    Yay for Fremantle talent!
    Trish is truly one amazing lady.
    I have one of her beautiful, hand stitched dresses and it is my absolute favourite. I receive compliments every time I wear it. Even purchasing the dress was a memorable experience of loving and dedicated care and creativity. Trish has a way of making you feel like the most important person in the world while you’re with her (darling!).

  • Margot 3 years ago

    Aw Trish… Feels like home, feels like love, feels like you!!!

  • michele 3 years ago

    absolutely brilliant!! What a truly heartfelt, colourful, textural, inspiring, eclectic, and creative home they have built. Thank you so much for sharing it with us Trish + Nathan…. and Lucy. I love it x

  • Sharon 3 years ago

    Wow. Gobsmacked. Brilliant!

  • Mum 3 years ago

    Fantastic and beautiful, Trish and Nathan have done a birlliant job, You are both just amazing and I am blown away, Hope its sitll the same when we come and see you next year. Congrauulations o all that you have done and congrats to the photographer who has done some fabulous pictures. Just brillian and I am blown away.

  • Kim de Kretser 3 years ago

    Wow I want to come live there too! What a totally amazing earthy creative home of gorgeousness!

  • Marmalade 3 years ago

    Beautiful. This house has given me a wonderful kind of a feeling kind of like a lift. Just seeing it makes me feel like I can’t wait to wake up tomorrow (saturday morning) and tumble out of bed and embrace the spirit of life that it seems to embody. Thank you so much for sharing and inspiring.

  • Kaz Ross 3 years ago

    love it!

  • Ruby 3 years ago

    Fremantle is my hometown and looking these beautiful bohemian artists makes me terribly homesick! Amazing home!

  • caroline 3 years ago

    Those photographs capture a beautiful mood of creative, loving living. The colours and uniqueness of objects put together with an eye for beauty is truly inspiring…..I am so happy you shared!

  • Connie 3 years ago

    colourful, individual, inspirational, resourceful, whimsical, beautiful and creative … i look forward to seeing it sometime … keep on sharing the love and beauty

  • Alyse 3 years ago

    Such a wonderfully homely, creative home which must have evolved over time, not all bought from a showroom! We too have an old home bursting at the seams with 6 of us. We have a child spilled out into an old retro caravan for a bedroom too! This place feels like home to me!

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  • Kris Speed 3 years ago

    Your home is a feast for the eyes. Having more than one structure to be home is my dream house. Your indulgence of different tastes and merging them is delightful.

  • Elouise 3 years ago

    Love everything about this house!!!

  • whatisinmyworld 3 years ago

    What fabulous style. It is very pure and eclectic. Love it!

  • kapki na bah 3 years ago

    creative home which must have evolved over time, not all bought from a showroom!

  • Marcia 3 years ago

    A peak inside your veritable sanctury! All your stories woven through the journey together. So blissful and inspiring. Xxx

  • bijuta 3 years ago

    I wouldn’t change a thing. Now this is character. Thank you, so refreshing.

  • Joro 3 years ago

    What an excellentWhat an excellent article and awesome website they have too! article and awesome website they have too!

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  • Ana 3 years ago

    What an excellent article and great website they have too!

  • Candi 3 years ago

    I simply love everything about this home…so much unique beauty!!

  • google plus apps 3 years ago

    I am really impressed with your writing skills as well as with the layout on your weblog.
    Is this a paid theme or did you customize it yourself? Anyway keep up the excellent quality writing,
    it is rare to see a nice blog like this one these days.

  • Maryse 2 years ago

    I love everything from thier home…..espically that as I is a fabric/garmentbperson…hurray.Thx for sharing your home.(flows with beauty and love”)

  • Nancy636 2 years ago

    I could be very comfortable there. The gypsy in me loves it

  • Rain 1 year ago

    Very beautiful! I am in love x

  • annalisa willis 1 year ago


    I saw your absolutely fabulous home on the Living Room and was blown away. Artistic people!! You are wonderful!

    You do not rent out any of your outdoor spaces ie bus or caravan do you? My son is driving to Perth from Brisbane to attend a course at the Maritime College in Fremantle and will be accompanied by his artist girlfriend from France. He will be there from 17 July through to 10 September 2015.

    Would love to hear from you.

    With kind regards

    Annalisa Willis

  • Brenda briery 9 months ago

    Pure bliss!! Such creativity!

  • michele lavender 8 months ago

    I love your home,gorgeous,just wonderful,well done from Athens in Greece and what lovely people you look,those amazing colurs,Given me hope for my cottage love from me xxx

  • vidyasagar Majety 6 months ago

    Amazing style, love it!

  • Alison Fennell 7 days ago

    Trish and Nathan – I want your house!!!! What a delightful, happy, stylish and cozy nest you have. I love the bohemian touches and chimerical styling. Totally does it for me. I lived in a caravan for a year while my dad did up a 200 year old cottage and would live in one again. Thanks for sharing your beautiful space. It’s a joy – Alison

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