This old barn had nothing in it until we added something that could fill the space. It’s a bit like the copy I’m putting here as a place holder for PIp to fill with some really interesting copy…
The original Georgian manor house was formerly a hotel and required considerable renovations. An orangery was commissioned and added to the side of the house adjoining the newly rebuilt kitchen extension opening into an inner courtyard. The kitchen was designed to reflect the Georgian elegance of the property.
The first stage of this project was to knock through several rooms of this 80’s conversion to make a large open plan kitchen, with dining and informal living area. A newly built larder room sits within the kitchen and also a concealed workspace and entertainment centre are discretely hidden to each side of the newly formed fireplace.
This was a new build farmhouse with plenty of period character injected in by the developer. The kitchen was designed with a glazed screen to separate one end of the room to create a study area but still allow maximum light into the space.