Newly Married, Historically Happy

I’m having a bit of an Elizabeth Bennett moment this morning, so I thought I would share Easton Neston with you. Built in 1702 in Northamptonshire, England, this house was recently restored by Leon Max, the founder of clothing label Max Studio. The brick wing above, which houses Max’s design studio, is said to have been designed and built in the 17th century by Christopher Wren. Just like newlyweds Mr. & Mrs. Darcy, WWB and I are so happy, but a house like this explains her use of the word sublime. 

Photos courtesy of Architectural Digest

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  • Love homes with an unbelievable history. I could stare at these images all day and dream about another period in time. Love the little history lesson, had no idea that Max Studio had such stylish digs!