On the night of 2013, when the gust turned into the heavy striking wind and the violent thunderstorm boomed at the windows, I was trembling to watch The Conjuring. That first horror movie of my life shook the hell out of me that night. I still remember the scene of three clapping at the staircase and the disastrous monster on the cupboard in the two girls’ bedroom. However, I don’t forget the old-fashioned romantic love between Ed and Lorraine that inspired me to watch all the coming series of Conjuring. The most terrifying was the first part and the conjuring house Oh Jesus, I can’t forget. Today with this article, I got to remember all those past days. Don’t worry; we are not here to give a tribute or review the movie but to embrace the interiors of the mysterious house. As it sits amid long green lush forests with the luscious landscape and breathtaking nature, this villa is known for its timelessness and paranormal encounters. Recently, it got sold out for $1.2 Million. Shocking? What would you think if you had a chance to live there? See, if you ask me, I am out certainly!
Unlike my previous articles, we won’t do any mental exercise. Neither I am asking you for a coffee nor hot chocolate today. Instead, let us plan to watch the movie again this weekend! Get your popcorn ready and room with a chilling temperature of 18 degrees. Let us fall in love again with Ed and Lorraine with those scary moments.
Skipping to this part, let us move into the interior of the conjuring house now. The living room gives the vibe of the old countryside mid-century home. The wooden flooring and roofing with the textured white-maroon wall are significantly the old color combinations of that era. The cream ottomans that refurbish the old memories go well with the fireplace and wooden table. The antique lamp is also noteworthy, attached to the ceiling. As we enter through the carpet, this warm farmhouse villa welcomes us with a mellow and snugly aura.
Following is the reading corner with a chair sofa of comfortable sitting and tonnes of books. The glass window with black finishing attributes the texture of the unfinished walls. I love this globe and the perfectly fitted case for it. Sometimes antique things bring newness to our space. That’s what I really love about the place.
Subsequent is the dining zone with a raw finished long table and minimalistic leisurely chairs. Among the antiques are; a deer head, a hanging light, and some other overhead decorations. The black polished glass windows with a single piece of the curtain fill the space with contrast with a little more emphasis on the minimalism. You would love having dinner here with your loved ones and uninvited guests!
Good food comes from a good kitchen. The glossy black refrigerator is the first thing where my eyes lay upon. Besides, the raw furnishings, including cabinets, complement the natural light coming from the glass windows. It has a minimal amount of artificial lighting. Nevertheless, the scenic beauty of nature never fails to appeal.
Now the bathroom is my favorite spot in this home because of its beautiful mid-century design. The wooden flooring, walls, and cabinets look perfect. It’s pronounced how the wall lights look here with the window positioned correctly. The storage is well built.
Whenever I talk about interior beauty, the first thing that comes to my mind is proportion. The second most important factor is how well it is able to utilize natural light.
To all the Conjuring movie fans, we will meet soon on our next article apart from discussing the interiors of the conjuring house. Meanwhile, kindly fix the movie date as I mentioned above. Also, don’t forget to let me know your answers to my previous questions. I bid you Bye this time! Take Care.