Had such an inspiring day out last week on a visit to the amazing Kettle's Yard in Cambridge. In my world- books, art, hand-woven rugs, found objects and an abundance of natural light makes a home, so I was blown away by this space. Once the home of art curator H.S. (Jim) Ede and his wife Helen, it's now in the care of Cambridge University. The newly renovated part of the gallery currently hosts an exhibition by Antony Gormley and there's also a lovely café and shop to discover.
Although the entry to the house is by a timed ticket, once you're in the house you're allowed to stay as long as you want and encouraged to sit in the chairs and soak up the space and its tranquil surroundings. I think if I lived in Cambridge I'd treat this as my second home... I can't recommend a visit to Kettle's Yard highly enough.