This elegant Georgian house is set amidst a private park and was designed by the architect Decimus Burton.  The project is evolving, and although we have completed many spaces, including the re design of the garden to the east of the house, the work to other rooms within the property continues.

This elegant Georgian house is set amidst a private park and was designed by the architect Decimus Burton.  The project is evolving, and although we have completed many spaces, including the re design of the garden to the east of the house, the work to other rooms within the property continues.

The drawing room – A superficial hardwood floor covering was removed to reveal the original floor beneath. This was carefully restored as part of the renovation ot this room.  BTU’s were calculated to offer the maximum heat requirement for the space.  The original shutters were also renovated, and reclaimed radiators from The Old Radiator Company were installed to offer the most efficient heat source for this beautiful, double aspect period room with 3m heigh ceilings and huge arched windows.

The drawing room – A superficial hardwood floor covering was removed to reveal the original floor beneath. This was carefully restored as part of the renovation ot this room.  BTU’s were calculated to offer the maximum heat requirement for the space.  The original shutters were also renovated, and reclaimed radiators from The Old Radiator Company were installed to offer the most efficient heat source for this beautiful, double aspect period room with 3m heigh ceilings and huge arched windows.

Antiques for the space were sourced from Kent, Devon and West Sussex.  A painting from a dear friend and extremely talented artist Caroline Yates, MA, hangs opposite the fireplace.  Fabrics for the sofas came from Fermoie and the bespoke cushions were made using Fabrics from GP&J Baker, Designers Guild and Christopher Farr.  Flooring restoration by Period Flooring.

Antiques for the space were sourced from Kent, Devon and West Sussex.  A painting from a dear friend and extremely talented artist Caroline Yates, MA, hangs opposite the fireplace.  Fabrics for the sofas came from Fermoie and the bespoke cushions were made using Fabrics from GP&J Baker, Designers Guild and Christopher Farr.  Flooring restoration by Period Flooring.

We completely re designed and manufactured the kitchen to reflect the history of the property. Utilising the pattern of the original storage cupboard at the end of the space, we mirrored this to the left of the Aga to create a working larder complete with internal light and marble worktop. I selected two colours for the room both from Farrow and Ball, the fridge area incorporating the tongue and groove worked well in its own zone of colour. The lighting is wired on 5 different circuits. It offers task lighting over the work tops and island, decorative lighting in the centre of the room and ambient lighting to wash walls and emphasise architectural elements such as the original fire surround. This is lit from the floor at night time to offer stunning decorative interest. The bronze taps and pot filler over the Aga were from Perrin and Rowe.The sofa is by De Hasse and made in the UK and all cushions are by De Hasse bespoke.

We completely re designed and manufactured the kitchen to reflect the history of the property. Utilising the pattern of the original storage cupboard at the end of the space, we mirrored this to the left of the Aga to create a working larder complete with internal light and marble worktop. I selected two colours for the room both from Farrow and Ball, the fridge area incorporating the tongue and groove worked well in its own zone of colour. The lighting is wired on 5 different circuits. It offers task lighting over the work tops and island, decorative lighting in the centre of the room and ambient lighting to wash walls and emphasise architectural elements such as the original fire surround. This is lit from the floor at night time to offer stunning decorative interest. The bronze taps and pot filler over the Aga were from Perrin and Rowe. The sofa is by De Hasse and made in the UK and all cushions are by De Hasse bespoke.

We designed the through fireplace to link the kitchen and dinning room retaining the original surround in the kitchen and designing a new fire surround for the dinning room, a later 19C addition to the property.  Leaving some of the original external wall of the house exposed, and reducing the height of the line of the box for the stud fire surround was intentional. A lovely way to add interest to the space, it somehow added integrity to the reforming of a later addition to the house which had fallen into disrepair.   Bespoke Mirror by De Hasse.

We designed the through fireplace to link the kitchen and dinning room retaining the original surround in the kitchen and designing a new fire surround for the dinning room, a later 19C addition to the property.  Leaving some of the original external wall of the house exposed, and reducing the height of the line of the box for the stud fire surround was intentional. A lovely way to add interest to the space, it somehow added integrity to the reforming of a later addition to the house which had fallen into disrepair.   Bespoke Mirror by De Hasse.

The dressing room –  Part of the master suite, the dressing room was designed to offer practical storage.  The central dresser is topped with copper.  Paint is by Farrow & Ball and fabrics are by Jane Churchill and Kate Forman.   Small fabric panels were made for privacy to avoid obscuring the view.  Seagrass matting is by Period Flooring.

The dressing room –  Part of the master suite, the dressing room was designed to offer practical storage.  The central dresser is topped with copper.  Paint is by Farrow & Ball and fabrics are by Jane Churchill and Kate Forman.  Small fabric panels were made for privacy to avoid obscuring the view.  Seagrass matting is by Period Flooring.

The entertainment room –  Situated on the ground floor, this is a later Victorian addition to the house.  Sofas, drum side tables, and the ‘Rod’ glass illuminating coffee table were sourced from Timothy Oulton.  The cushions are from Andrew Martin.

The entertainment room –  Situated on the ground floor, this is a later Victorian addition to the house.  Sofas, drum side tables, and the ‘Rod’ glass illuminating coffee table were sourced from Timothy Oulton.  The cushions are from Andrew Martin.

 I n t e r i o r  d e s i g n  –  D e  H a s s e

P h o t o g r a p h y  –  R i c h a r d  S e y m o u r

 I n t e r i o r  d e s i g n  –  D e  H a s s e

P h o t o g r a p h y  –  R i c h a r d  S e y m o u r

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