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This small cottage in the Colne Valley boasts an abundance of character with its inglenook fire, timber beams and stone floor.
The design scheme sought to enhance these existing architectural features with complimentary mid-high-end finishes to enter the rental market at the upper end of the scale.
With compact rooms throughout, the design was careful to utilise all the available space.
The now charming galley kitchen was once the dark and dank coal cellar with tapering walls, a low ceiling and lack of ventilation. It was stripped back to the stone, tanked and relined, making use of the existing niche to form a pantry and installed with a carefully thought-out kitchen.
A Scandinavian-meets-country cottage aesthetic was introduced throughout the house through a mixture of reclaimed and new furniture.