Thursday, September 24, 2009

Vintage Abode {Part 2 - The Mission}

A week ago I posted the spectacular and whimsical beach shack of Helen and Frazer Cunningham of Cowles, Isle of Wright, UK. And, I told you that the Cunninghams have some fabulous vintage properties available for vacations and holidays. Well, here's one of those properties, The Mission, a converted classic tin tabernacle, circa 1895. The space consists of two (2) mezzanines and open-plan bedrooms. The kitchen / diner has a fully restored "English Rose" 1950s kitchen. And, the "Sunday School" houses two (2) bedrooms and a shower and bath area. This abode is freakin' amazing! Watch for Part 3 - coming soon!


Dustjacket Attic said...

Oh I love it, I could see my self getting way to comfy in the chair in the first picture.

Pink Links said...

Lovely post!

I love vintage!

Have a great weekend!

Gabriel said...

Cute! For the first interior that celebrates a modern, bare bones style, the "bedroom" sure looked romantic!

Beautiful finds!

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