If you required yet another reason to pay a visit to Portugal, here’s just one: Cucumbi, a four-space, three-apartment visitor residence on an natural farm, run by partner and wife Catarina and ToZé, and just opened a number of months back. But you’ll have to enterprise a little bit to discover it. The house, which previously belonged to the couple’s household, is positioned in the rural village of Barrancão where, the few reviews on the guest home site, “once a week they have a community transportation to the metropolis, three situations a week the baker delivers some bread.”

Inside of are rustic, earth-toned interiors left sparse—white walls, concrete floors, straightforward linens and pure textures, artful gatherings of dried leaves, and unexpectedly oversized gentle fixtures—all developed by Lisbon-primarily based Sofia Albuquerque. Be a part of us for a appear.

Pictures by Sanda Vuckovic via Cucumbi.

Earlier mentioned: The guest residence kitchen, with sculptural white shelves, a wooden-plank desk, and a tangle of dried leaves hung higher than. (For a very similar autumnal glance, see Bringing in the Sheaves: Harvest Desk Inspiration from Caro of Somerset.)
Shelves hold stacks of cream and terra cotta-colored dinnerware.
Over: Cabinets keep stacks of cream and terra cotta-coloured dinnerware.
In another simple kitchen, a cabinet is fitted with linen skirt. Also on hand: a hand broom and woven trivet.
Higher than: In one more basic kitchen, a cupboard is equipped with linen skirt. Also on hand: a hand broom and woven trivet.
Bundles of dried flowers and stems make for a sweet vignette above a dining table.
Over: Bundles of dried flowers and stems make for a sweet vignette higher than a eating desk.
The guest house is located on an organic farm; breakfast (perhaps with fresh-laid eggs from the couple&#8
Previously mentioned: The visitor property is positioned on an organic and natural farm breakfast (perhaps with fresh new-laid eggs from the couple’s chickens) is integrated.
A wood stove anchors—and warms—a living area; a basket keeps logs close by.
Higher than: A wood stove anchors—and warms—a living spot a basket keeps logs close by.
In keeping with the guest house&#8
Earlier mentioned: In keeping with the visitor house’s organic and natural ethos, dwelling regions are kept spare, with organic-fiber rugs, palettes of whites and earth tones, and minimal-slung, no-fuss household furniture.





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PAUL WALKER

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