Wednesday, 8 January 2014

A Beautiful Eclectic Home....
















Embarrassingly I can't tell you a single factual detail about this beautiful bohemian home, not even who's it is or where it is, as I found the images on a site that is solely written in Spanish!

However, it is so beautiful that I thought I would share it and if any of you are Spanish speaking and lovely enough to tell me then that would be great :)

The original images are from the fabulous Casa Chaucha here!!

25 comments:

Jessica Barlow said...

I'm no help with translation, but that is seriously an amazing, drool-worthy home. There are so many great bohemian elements, I can't even chose a favorite. Man, I'd love to live there!!!

Your blog is so inspirational. Love it! :)

HUGS,
Jessica
Being Barlow

Elisa Maria said...

Here is what it says directly from the website:

Mariana lives with Amancio, Paloma and Ramon, three of his sons, and Mimi in this house with a thousand stories and look behind changes.
Today looks: green wood in the kitchen, wall flowers, trunks, furniture legs sawed to give in height, horses, spiders with energy saving lamps and dozens of framed works of artist friends.
Mariana moved her room to an appendix of living to make room for the boys. Garden view, no curtains or blinds and door, tile floor and some peeling paint, has one of the most beautiful rooms I have seen. From near and far.
To Lucila, independence was not just move. It was taken a plane, travel and work around the world for a long time. So when he returned had no problem seating living with Thomas in a small apartment that was always on his mother's house.
Unsaddled and equipped. Mattresses, blankets, tables (some with signing Mariana), mirrors, beaded curtains, furniture, doors and even salvaged woods, managed to give their own identity to the place. It is warm, bright, colorful, despelotado. And finally all that were found to accumulate in your travel destination.
They were two to that adopted in Asia (a dog which, together with Mimi, are the least respect borders). And now they are making room for the baby already has.

i LOVE your blog! keep it up! xx, Elisa Franco

Nari Shemintarc said...

That's Portuguese ;)

It IS a beautiful home, I especially like the terrace

Nari Shemintarc said...

That's Portuguese ;)

It IS a beautiful home though. I especially love the terrace.

Anita said...

The website is actually in Portuguese and unfortunately I speak better Spanish than I do Portuguese. However, the website wasn't forthcoming on the details as far as I could make out. It seemed to be related (possibly belongs to) the FB page it linked to - https://www.facebook.com/bohut.acha - but I'm not sure. However, the FB page is based in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and I noticed Spanish days of the week on a blackboard in the pictures, so I would guess that the house is in Argentina.

Anita

Maz said...

Thanks so much for sharing this fabulous place! It totally portrays true bohemian style!

Epolenep said...

Hi there, I'm a Spanish and Catalan speaking follower willing to help :-)

I see Casa Chaucha has to be a blog from Argentina... the posts are in Spanish or Portuguese. The post you mention is, as far as I can see, about a two floors house. On the first floor lives a mother with grownup children and a dog, and in the second floor lives the oldest daughter with her husband, dog and baby to come. They tell she came to live there after a while travelling and living abroad.

They don't give much info about the house, but just describe the ecclectic style and their love for old spaces and travelled items.

I want to thank you for your blog, I love it, and for your Pinterest, which I follow as Silvia. Kind regards from Barcelona, Spain!

reppas said...

I find Google Translate (http://translate.google.com/) very useful with interesting non-English pages like this. The results are usually understandable, but often charmingly eccentric - even surreal.

melbournefurniture said...

This is truly a beautiful and unique home. The popping colours and welcoming decor make it so liveable! LOVE. Thanks for sharing!

Maggie said...

Gorgeous home! Xx

Anonymous said...

Now I want to move to spain,sigh...

BTW I adore your blog.

Love,Moonpoppy

cperezporras said...

I´d say the Casa Chaucha page is from Brazil (therefore in portuguese) and that specific house is located in Argentina.

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marcela said...

Hi !!! im from Argentina Casa Chaucha is an Argentinian blog. It shows beautiful houses decorated by their owners. Always hearted and nice!!

My name is Marcela. and i follow you since a lot ago but this is the first time writing you.

Kissesssss

Holly said...

Scrolling through the fotos, the house seemed very Argentine. So I was quite amused when reading the comments my instinct was correct :)

Sarah said...

Although not everything hear is to my taste, I looove all of the warm colors and can't get over how cozy this space looks. :) I'd love to spend some time here in real life!

Jean at www.drossintogold.com said...

The pictures tell the story in every language!! Absolutely beautiful. I enjoyed this so much. XXOO

BloodyHell said...

I love this house! Thanks for sharing! :)

Jason said...

Wow that really is a lovely house, I wish I had one like that

ANDYSTYLE said...

love minty color on the house :)

http://www.bloglovin.com/blog/4602025/andystyle

Mia Arp said...

The kitchen is just amazing! Love the old cupboards <3
/ Mia

www.hippiechic.blogg.se

Julia said...

Hi! the house is from an argentinian blog made entirely by María Tortora, who lives in Buenos Aires. She visits, take photos and writes about real houses of real people. The particular thing about this amazong blog is that she makes no intervention on the design, pictures are just like the house is. Actually, she has just edited a book with several of the houses she visited. I wanted to share this with you, because the project she´s been developing is all on her own and amazing. I leave a link from Casa Chaucha, where my house was featured. Greetings from Córdoba, Argentina!!

http://www.casachaucha.com.ar/index.php/2013/09/magia/

lily of the valley said...

Dear Julia (and Gabi of course!) I found her blog, amazing. Is there any way of buying her book online? Also Gabi, have you thought of writing a book? Please do!! Lots of love from Jen in Australia

Paula López said...

Hi! I´m from Buenos Aires Argentina. Casa Chaucha is a web site from Buenos Aires. It´s one of the most famous decoration web sites, it started casually and since then it became a reference of certain style we have. They also printed a book that was financiated for the followers of the project. "Casa chaucha" means "green bean home", i guess because it shows low cost decoration and the green bean is the most cheap vegetable you can buy! Love to see Casa Chaucha here!!!!! Paula

Laura Harwood said...

Ooooh I do love this home! it has all the essential elements for me! (apart from the TV, that would be binned!)