Something a bit different today, my friends. Located in Suffolk, England, this manor house was built in the late 1400s. When Caroline and Russell McCleave bought it five years ago they did not have to tackle any major renovations, they just had to furnish and decorate it in their own taste.
If you'd like to read the whole article from Period Living magazine go here.

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Thanks for visiting!
All images from here.

Ps: I did a guest post over at Maureen's Inglenook Decor blog today for her Inspired Spring series. I'd love you to check it out and tell me what you think. Just click right here. Thanks! And a big thank you to Maureen for inviting me over!
 
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