In my last post, I shared with you the creation of my Japanese Tea House. I am now in the high Sierras Nevada Mountains, south of Granada, Spain soaking up glorious spring sunshine and preparing to go on an intensive permaculture course. It really is very special here and I thought it would be nice to share with you some of our textiles in an unusual, exotic setting.
My close friend Benedicte, recently completed the renovation of an old house high up in the Alpujarras “Casa Cecilia” and she used some of our cushions and throws to add some fun splashes of colour to her decor. I popped over to help the photographer with styling and I took a few snapshots myself. Unfortunately my photos are quite basic as I only had my iPhone at hand, so they don’t really do justice to this unusual home, however, you will soon be able to view the house on Airbnb and booking.com where the photos are professionally taken. Nevertheless, I think they capture a snippet of the atmosphere of the Moorish architecture and landscape.
Cushions made to order and also notice the old Spanish cabinets, the home inherited beautiful antique furniture.
To get to the house you need to make your way through a series of steep winding narrow alleyways so a level of fitness is required! As I already mentioned the architecture is Moorish and reminiscent of the Berber villages of Morocco and there is evidence where ever you wander through the village of Bubion.
If you are in need of some sunshine and a beautiful space in which to relax and unwind then Casa Cecilia, Bubion is the place for you. It will be available online in a couple of weeks.
Warm regards from Spain.