Rustic Seaside bliss

This converted loft in Mousehole, Cornwall, built in the 1800s on 17th-century foundations with it’s rustic seaside charm really appeals to me. I love the white wooden flooring made out of scaffolding boards and the neutral palette used throughout the house. My favourite space is definitely the kitchen with its industrial lighting and rough wooden farmhouse style table. I can easily imagine spending many hours at that table. Read on to see more of the home…

Image credits: Photography by Paul Massey for Livingetc via house to home


  1. What a nice country spot! And what a great change to your design!! I love it =)

    • Lana

      13 June

      Thanks Eleni!
      And yes, wouldn’t it be perfect for a weekend away?

  2. The kitchen is amazing! Love it

  3. classiq

    13 June

    The kitchen is usually my favourite room in a house and this one makes no exception. 🙂
    Ada

  4. val

    13 June

    I love your blog change, is even more beautiful Felicidades!
    Val

    Ps love the house also.

    • Lana

      14 June

      Gracias Val!xx

  5. Georgianna

    14 June

    Hi Lana, Oh, I wonder if this place can be let? Mousehole is one of my favorite places in the world! What a super house

    • Lana

      14 June

      What a coincidence Georgianna! It’s so well styled that it certainly looks like it could be available to let, would be nice!

      • Lana

        19 June

        Georgianna, I just spotted the article about this cottage in the latest Livingetc and it mentioned that it is indeed available for hire! http://www.thehopemousehole.com/

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