The Treehouse is the home I share with my daughter Miss Noa. It is our sanctuary and our refuge, our playhouse and our house of rest. It is carved out of the roof of a 100 year old craftsman home, so the spaces are all unique, and intimate, which I love. The colors I chose for the space are all slightly weathered as though they spent years in the sun. The vibe is bohemian, with all sorts of collected (Faith) and created (Noa) art. I have a passion for small spaces- they are just fun and playful, so to accentuate the element of play in the space we painted the ceiling with circus tent stripes in muted tones and turned my bedroom into a bedouin tent!
Photographed by Dabito
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5. The treehouseThis photo shows the balcony in The Treehouse, the hundred-year-old Craftsman that designer Faith Blakeney shares with her daughter, Miss Noa. Blakeney chose slightly weathered colours throughout the home, which she describes as seeming as though they’ve spent years under the sun.