MODERN BARN CONVERSION - PONTELAND
MODERN BARN CONVERSION - PONTELAND
Studio Dean
This is the 'comfy lounge' - in contrast to the family room this one is calm, it is peaceful and it is not a place for toys! The neutral tones and textures in here are a delight and the colour is subtle, shaded and tonal rather than bold and pop like. You can kick of your shoes and grab a cuppa in here thats for sure.
Manor Barn
Manor Barn
PTC Kitchens
Manor Barn, converted barn with exposed wooden beams and brick with contemporary kitchen in black, gold handles and worktops in desert silver.
Country Kitchen extension
Country Kitchen extension
Dormer & Co. Chartered Architects
Open plan Kitchen family dining space using natural materials to create a light characterful space. The existing house turned its back on the wide views however our extension created spaces that linked the inside and outside both to the garden and wider landscape
Family Kitchen
Family Kitchen
Lund and Law
Bespoke Kitchen in Railings & Moles Breath
Worplesdon
Worplesdon
Holt
Cloakroom with Edwardian style basin and wc with fun wallpaper from Cole & Son.
The Chicken Loft
The Chicken Loft
Anya Rice Photography
Kitchen design: Winfreys www.winfreys.co.uk
Old Forge
Old Forge
JH Designs
Oliver Graham Photography
The Old Apple Store
The Old Apple Store
Hartley and Rose
This holiday cottage really encourages total relaxation and we just imagine morning sleep-ins!
Imagine a traditional, English country home and it might help you to picture country style. Stereotypical country homes are either cottages, perhaps with stone walls or thatched roofs, or grand Georgian homes with climbing plants on their facades. But even if this doesn’t sound like your home’s exterior, it doesn’t mean you can’t use some country style decor and design in your interiors.

Country style kitchens could have shaker-style kitchen units, range cookers, butler or Belfast sinks, tiled floors and possibly splashbacks, and traditional taps and appliances. Colours remain soft and subtle, and wooden chairs, tables, beams and wall panelling are a common sight. Generally country homes focus on comfort and traditional designs, as well as homely fabrics and patterns such as florals, gingham, stripes and checks.

Country gardens are obviously easier to replicate if you have the space, but picking out the right plants and accessories for the style will get you halfway there. Pick roses, lavender and sweet peas, or any colourful and delicate flowers to line your flowerbeds, while smart grass lawns, water features, topiary and paving are all other country garden staples you could add, too.

Whether you want to design a country kitchen or use the style throughout your whole home, take a look at the selection of country style photos on Houzz from top architects and designers to give you inspiration.
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