Converted heritage schoolhouse
Бизес-леди Жанет Эплтон из Ванкувера купила старое школьное здание в сельской местности и превратила его в комфортный особняк с интерьерами в скандинавском стиле.
What better place to spend the winter than in an old schoolhouse in an idyllic rural setting?
Growing up in Toronto and then living in Vancouver for 21 years, Janet Appleton, owner of The Dog Tack Shop, was a devoted city girl with a low-maintainece condo as her dwelling of choice. Then one fateful date, she happened upon a real-estate listing for a converted heritage schoolhouse on eight acres in Schomberg, Ont. "I saw it online and fell completely in love," she confesses. "It was all purple inside with shag carpeting everywhere. Everyone tried to talk me out of it, but I had a vision."
Moving back to Ontario meant being closer to family and many of the craftspeople she works with for her business. So in a lifestyle-changing move, she bought the place, taking possesion of the property more than three years ago with her two boxers, Marco and Benny, in tow.
via Style At Home