I hope everyone had a great weekend. I promise I won't bore you with anymore play-by-play's on my purging and cleaning projects, but, yes, that's still what I am doing. I have reached a bit of slump now being faced with the task of putting everything back together. It always looks so much better in my head than it does when I actually start doing it. So my weekend was peppered with lots of starts and stops - mostly stops), as I took lots of breathers from it all to go out to eat at the food trucks, visit the farmers market, and to see a movie.
I also found this house over the weekend and, like many of you, I always love converted buildings turned homes. On one of my regular drives I used to make I drove by a house that was once a school house and one that was once an old wooden church. While I loved them both the school house always seemed like it would be more livable to me. I don't know why exactly, but the idea of living in a church kind of gives me the heebie-jeebies. However, that doesn't mean I am not intrigued by them. This one is in Melbourne and from the outside it definitely looks like it is still a church, but on the inside you really can't tell except for maybe the beautiful stained glass windows. I am only guessing but I imagine the ceilings are of a pretty spectacular height as well. You can see a few more photos and read an interview with the owners by visiting The Design Files.