Workers cottages, which were popular in Queensland, Australia during the turn of the 20th century, are known for their obvious charm and solid foundations. When photographer Kara Rosenlund settled on one that was built in 1890, she knew that despite the need for some renovations, she would stay true to the authenticity of the original home. It was also important to keep everything white as to provide a clean backdrop to her beautiful photography and the collection of treasures she’s amassed over the years. And how stunning is the consistent use of the warm, rich hues of toffee in the form of bedding, furniture and frames?! This house is in one word, flawless.
(via Design Sponge)