Creatures of Habitat: Geninne Zlatkis


Wonderful artist Gennine Zlatkis has lived in over 50 houses in her lifetime.

This beautiful white house, designed and built by her super talented husband, is her latest home having moved in just last month.

She seems to have that wonderful ability to make a house homey within an extremely short time. I am in awe of this energy having lived in our place for over three years now and still stare at unfinished plastering and paint testing patches on our living room walls.

A testament to this spirit is the wooden cabin they lived in for less than a year while the house was being built. How deliciously warm and welcoming it looks.

Her flickr stream also has oodles of photos of some of the other houses she has lived in with her family.

And did I mention that Geninne is an artist? Her etsy shop is full of breathtakingly beautiful prints.

Her gorgeous blog documents all her artistic comings and goings – and also the building of their latest house. Bookmark immediately!

Thanks to Kirsty for the pointer.

22 Responses to “Creatures of Habitat: Geninne Zlatkis”

  1. Anna @ D16

    Wow. All that white and wood! There are so many beautiful things in this post. Thank you for posting this, I’m added her to my blogroll now.

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  2. Melissa

    I love her house. Thanks for sharing. On a purely want it want it want it level I want one of those Keep Calm and Carry On posters. What a laugh. And it’s true! Thanks again.

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  3. Amy

    All that scenery and artwork have given me a breath of fresh air. I love the birds and rocks, especially. Thank you so much, Claire!

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  4. Iona

    Thanks for the link – what a beautiful luminous style!My very nearly six year old also loves them and since her birthday is nearly here, I think it’s a great time to help her start her art collection.It’s great to have you back, Claire. I’m enjoying the writing, the illustrations and the links!

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  5. Jedda

    Thank you for this post I feel inspired after a long day, what an amazing space to work in! Strangely enough, I am on the very same computer and have the same desk at home but somehow its not quite the same :)I think Ill have to go look at her blog nowThanks againJedda

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  6. tiel

    I’m lucky to be swapping with Geninne at the moment. Her sense of style and art are so beautiful.

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  7. Laur

    Oh, that river rock floor looks like it would be wonderful on your feet. Like getting a foot massage everytime you walked around bare foot.

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  8. cranky

    Melissa – I have one of the “Keep Calm and Carry On” posters framed in my dining room. They are easy to get – google it, and you will find the poster very easily! I got mine from the UK, where I paid 18GBP inc. postage. It is the most calming thing in my house…

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  9. di

    And thank YOU for the pointer! So many gorgeous details in her home. I’m inspired by her sewing machine cover- must remember that for a rainy day when I can make my own…

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  10. Pina

    Gennine’s blog was the first one I visited, ever. It is still the first one I visit every day. She is really so inspirational.Btw, I like yours too! 🙂

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