@designstuff_group recently walked us through the stunning new home of @aimeestylist designed by @thomasarcherhomes and it was a total house perv fest 🙌🏻
Every detail has been carefully considered. From the @phoenixtapware, the @indexandco cabinetry handles, the @brickworksbp difference... swipe across for inspiration or head over and look at the whole house on Aimees page. You’ve created a beautiful home with your team lovely x
Stop 2. Nesebar, Bulgaria.
Street-wandering around Nesebar is pure delight. It used to be called the town of 40 churches (which actually reflected the reality. However we can now see just 12 of them left). In 1983 UNESCO included this city in its list of World Heritage Sights, and rightly so.
Amazing architecture! They definitely knew a thing or two about brickwork and exterior walls decorations, they knew how to please an eye.
1. The Church of St. John the Baptist, XI century
2. The Church of St. Sofia, V-VI cent.
3. Fragment of the Church of Christ Pantocrator, XIII-XIV cent.