Surrey Homes | SH56 | June 2019 | Kitchen & Bathroom supplement inside


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This page: The bed in the spare

room was bought from a French

brocante for £20, and the “smudgy

green” wardrobe was found at ’Tasha

Interiors. On one wall two swifts

chase a butterfly, painted by the owner

The same carpet has been used

throughout and this, together with

the calm white of the walls, serves

to unify the whole interior and

blends one area seamlessly into

another. Using a neutral backdrop

has meant that the internal features

are beautifully highlighted and

colour is introduced through the

furnishings, objects and artworks.

Plants feature significantly on each

floor, either as healthy looking real

plants, or charmingly painted onto

the walls in certain areas. As you enter

the upstairs bathroom, a wonderful

hoya plant frames the large window

above the sage green roll-top bath and

gives a view out to a lilac tree in full

bloom. There are ingenious ‘bottom

up’ blinds on the window, so that both

privacy and the view are maintained.

The master bedroom is spacious and

extends out through a dressing area

into an en suite Jack and Jill bathroom

via an elegant glass panelled door.

The windows also have ‘bottom