{live here, eat that} purple haven

I’m completely taken by Spanish houses these days. I don’t know what it is, but I just can’t get enough. One more addiction to my list of…too many :) Take this gorgeous little apartment in the heart of Barcelona for example. And when I say little, I mean it. Tiny in fact – 70 square meters (roughly 850 square feet). Yet it feels open, airy. The perfect use of colors – have you seen that purple wallpaper?! This place is simply gorgeous.

And since we’re in Spain, how about some lovely cherry and pomegranate ice cream to beat that heat?

Decorate with a couple of the cherry blossoms that are on the trees right now, and you have yourself a sweet little treat. I’ll take two, heck, three scoops of it thank you very much! This recipe is just one of Honey and Jam‘s fabulous recipes – make sure to take a look at the rest of Hannah’s beautiful blog!

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6 Responses to “{live here, eat that} purple haven”
  1. Ashley says:

    That wallpaper is to die for! And I love the photo of the cherries. So simple and beautiful!

  2. Soaz says:

    Love the floor of this house (white parquet) j’adore!
    je veux vivre là. on peut emménager? :)
    Also love the big mirror. I found one in Paris (brocante des batignoles) , in gold, but I still have to bargain…

  3. Wow, that house is stunning. We recently discovered that there is wallpaper almost identical to that (except green instead of purple) under the glued-on wood paneling in our hall. I dream of one day removing the paneling and re-papering in something similar.

    • audrey says:

      Oh wow – Do it do it! I also dream of adding a similar accent wall in our apartment – time will tell if I have the guts to do it :)

  4. The purple color of the house and the cherries/ice cream are a great match!

  5. Eileen says:

    Oh, I could eat quite a bit of that ice cream–although I think I’d mess up the pristine white house! Lovely post!