A Seaside Loft in Cornwall
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A dockside loft in a 17th century building overlooks the harbor in Mousehole, a tiny fishing town in Cornwall (Dylan Thomas called it "the loveliest village in England"). Owned by photographer Paul Massey , the interiors feature his trademark mix of rustic furniture in shades of gray, greige, and white casually arranged in a series of pristine white-painted spaces. it's the "epitome of Cornish chic," as Massey says. Photographs by Paul Massey, via Light Locations. For rental information, go to The Hope Mousehole . Above: The original stone fireplace dates to the 17th century. Above: The interior is painted a uniform shade of white to create a sense of airiness. Above: A skylight, a modern-day addition, floods the living area with light. Above: The kitchen continues in the same vein of Massey's trademark palette. Above: Open shelving, in lieu of cabinets, provides storage space for crockery and glassware. Above: A door with stained glass inserts adds a dash of color to the otherwise neutral decor. Above: A vintage map tacked to the wall serves as decoration. Above: The bedroom overlooks the picturesque harbor. Above: A view of the harbor and the sea beyond.