Isn’t it strange how thoughts and life sometimes intersect? Before our trip to Cambridge, I’d been thinking about an interior design course that will enable people to identify their unique, interiors style. Everyone has a history, with interests, likes and dislikes that set them apart. The most compelling homes reveal their owners’ stories and passions. Creating interiors that are emotionally relevant have longevity and make trends trivial.
The personalities of Jim and Helen Ede speak quietly to you as you walk through Kettles Yard. But their interests and passion are there at every turn. Kettles Yard was first conceived as a living gallery space in 1956. More than 60 years later it still has vibrancy and lots to teach us. As I walked around their space I felt like a greedy child in a sweet shop. All the time thinking “This is it – this is the perfect embodiment of a home and its’ owners.”
If you haven’t been, it’s really worth the trip.
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