Thursday, June 30, 2011


While I must admit I am not much of a golfer, I believe I could be talked into loving the game if I were able to regularly hang out in this golf clubhouse close to my family's home in Norway.  The clubhouse is in fact a 19th century home that was owned by a poet in the 20th century which has been converted by a local that has a natural nack for interiors. 

I absolutely adore the classical elements...

(Isn't this elongated Neoclassical inspired settee just screaming out to be in a Dorothy Draper or Philippe Starck hotel?!)

and the blend wonderfully quaint touches of country rococo...

And even if the interior was not so charming, I would visit contantly only to walk down the front drive and feel as though I existed in a British period film each and every day...

Want to see more of the Land of the Midnight Sun?  Check out these posts from my visit last summer:

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