What to have a house tour of a beautifully unique farmhouse?  Of course, you do!  

I can’t remember the last time I wrote about our home renovation progress.  In a nutshell, things have ground to a halt.  Over a year ago we got an architect in to draw up some plans, hoping work would be finished at the end of last year.  Fast forward a year and a bit later, and no work has started.  In fact, we have reached a bit of a stalemate with Building Control at our local council.  It has got to the point where our architect and structural engineer now refer to our loft as “that bloody attic” in any conversation with us.

At some point, I will share a photo of our bedroom in its present state.  It has a hole in the wall and everything that we don’t want to fix.  That is until we get word from Building Control exactly what work needs to be done on our house.  So looking at other people’s lovely houses gives me some hope that one day our house will be lovely too. And not varying shades of orange and brown and with holes in the walls!

A North Yorkshire House Tour

One house that I’ve been looking at lately is that of Rachelle Blondel, who lives in a 1729 farmhouse in North Yorkshire.  It’s such a lived-in family home, in the best possible way.  Her house looks so relaxed and homely and full of character.  Look out for her cheeky little Jack Russell who is definitely not camera shy!

Rachelle also keeps chickens and pigs.  And if you’re looking for further proof that she’s really living the dream – Rachelle has an old static caravan that she has restored into a girly paradise.

Check out her house tour:

beautiful white hallway house tour
beautiful stone fireplace house tour
vintage styled music room
plant details in north yorkshire house tour
vintage bathroom
bathroom details
hallway
vintage styled bedroom
dog on bed
simple bedroom
backyard pigs
backyard chickens house tour
restored vintage caravan
caravan renovation house tour
succulent planter

Sustainability-wise, a lot of Rachelle’s furniture came secondhand from Gumtree and Freecycle, which is an affordable and low-impact way of furnishing a house. 

To see more of Rachelle’s beautiful house, and read further details, visit Apartment Therapy.  I also have more eco-friendly house tours this way, such as this stunning London house tour.

And keep your fingers crossed for us that we can reach an agreement with Building Control soon!

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