Architect Steven Harris and Interior Designer Lucien Rees Roberts bought and restored this 15th century tower in Croatia.The kitchen, and I know im always banging on about kitchens, is breathtakingly beautiful and I would happily spend hours in there! Just check out the 1960 Murano glass light hanging above the table and those walls oh my goodness! Everything, from the furniture to the art on the walls, has been carefully chosen and just accentuate the home’s pared-back form.Pure perfection.

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Source: Architectural Digest

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