Kicking off the week in style – rustic style, with Cheryl’s perfectly imperfect home in a converted church the scenic rim of Queensland Australia. Cheryl is a stylist and prop sourcer as well as the owner of Albert and Grace store selling ‘a curated collection of worn, weathered and imperfect wares’.  
Evidence of Cheryl’s work can be seen throughout her home, which is filled with vintage and antique pieces from dressers and tables to lighting and nick nacks. The architect, is of course, also incredible. Think sky high ceilings, arched windows and exposed beams. Be still, beating heart. 
Is it the weekend yet, I need to go flea market hunting pronto! 
Such a beautiful home, in every way: the blend of furniture and accessories with all their time-honoured imperfections, the architecture of the former church, the surroundings. Everything! 
Has Cheryl’s home inspired you too? 
See more snapshots from Cheryls’ converted church here, and visit the Albert and Grace online store
Here are few more pictures from lovely Australian homes with a vintage touch: 

Love converted buildings? Take a look in this archive for homes in everything from former warehouses, shops, barns, schools, vicarages and even a fire station! If this one pops up first, just scroll on past. 

Kram! 

Niki
Photography courtesy of Cheryl / Albert and Grace

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Kicking off the week in style – rustic style, with Cheryl’s perfectly imperfect home in a converted church the scenic rim of Queensland Australia. Cheryl is a stylist and prop sourcer as well as the owner of Albert and Grace store selling ‘a curated collection of worn, weathered and imperfect wares’.  
Evidence of Cheryl’s work can be seen throughout her home, which is filled with vintage and antique pieces from dressers and tables to lighting and nick nacks. The architect, is of course, also incredible. Think sky high ceilings, arched windows and exposed beams. Be still, beating heart. 
Is it the weekend yet, I need to go flea market hunting pronto! 
Such a beautiful home, in every way: the blend of furniture and accessories with all their time-honoured imperfections, the architecture of the former church, the surroundings. Everything! 
Has Cheryl’s home inspired you too? 
See more snapshots from Cheryls’ converted church here, and visit the Albert and Grace online store
Here are few more pictures from lovely Australian homes with a vintage touch: 

Love converted buildings? Take a look in this archive for homes in everything from former warehouses, shops, barns, schools, vicarages and even a fire station! If this one pops up first, just scroll on past. 

Kram! 

Niki
Photography courtesy of Cheryl / Albert and Grace