Traditional Entry, Gloucestershire
CIRENCESTER, GLOUCESTERSHIRE This Queen Anne House, in the heart of the Cotswolds, was added to and altered in the mid 19th and 20th centuries. More recently the current owners undertook a major architectural refurbishment project to rationalise the layout and modernise the house for 21st century living. Artichoke was commissioned to design this new boot room as well as a bespoke kitchen, scullery and master dressing room. Primary materials: Hand painted furniture with antiqued oak bench seat, drawer fronts and interiors. Up and over doors running on bespoke brass tracks and glazed with hand made glass. Lost wax unpolished brass cabinet fittings.
Mudroom - large traditional mudroom idea in Gloucestershire
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30. This handsome English mudroom designed by Artichoke has hand-painted cabinets and an antiqued oak bench seat. The...
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