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Candles and throws add extra touches of luxury in the room but there are also personal touches with some mini chairs on display that were made by Stan’s’ grandfather.
On the other side of the hallway lies the dining room and kitchen area.
The entire family have been truly captivated by the light, warmth and space in the home and for Tharina the house has stirred some very special childhood memories.
“My grandmother in South African lived in an old farmhouse dating back to 1880 and this house reminds me so much of it, the high ceilings, the doors and door handles and the big old fireplaces.” The Nels were fascinated by the history of their new home and one day at the museum with the kids they decided to do some digging.
From cupcakes to wedding cakes, cake pops to novelty cakes, That Cake Lady would love to make your cake.
The first renovation project for the family was to upgrade the heating in the villa, putting in underfloor insulation, adding a heat transfer system and a log burner in the sitting room.
Funky animal print rugs are the first glimpse of the African safari theme that is present in little touches all over the home.
“We are all absolutely mad about the African bush,” Tharina confirms.
Pale curtains and cream sash windows give the room a serene and homely feel. An important room in any home but for Tharina it’s a place she spends more time in than most busy mums.
She’s a baker by trade and runs a catering business “The Cakelady Ashburton “from home so having a functional kitchen is key for her.