Here’;s an uncommon barn conversion house in Hampshire, England by AR Style Studio, exactly where historic meets contemporary, as evidenced by the home’;s striking mix of minimalist interiors and rustic property style that hark back to the home’;s horse-stable roots. When home of the 1946 Grand National Winner ‘Lovely Cottage,’; the rundown stables have been converted into a stunning 3-bedroom household property that, we believe, is a winner in its personal right. This UK farmhouse is worth a tour!
The brick exterior house has a warm, weathered top quality about it that screams farmhouse style. The original structure was outfitted with big, modern day windows that hints at (and offers a sneak peek of) the modern interiors.
From the architects, “This dilapidated steady block has been remodeled into a refreshingly minimalistic residence while retaining essential pieces of its characteristic history, such as the re-conditioned stable partitions.”
Behind the stained wood and steel partitions, the ultra contemporary kitchen is vibrant, white and entirely the opposite of its time-worn walls.
The partition divides the kitchen and the dining area, where a barn board table is topped by a trio of gleaming chrome pendant lights that illuminate the space. The white walls bounce light about and improve the home’;s sense of space.
The bathroom boasts the identical drastic contrast in between old and new, which sets the distinctive style tone for the whole home. The dramatic tile walls are earthy, yet contemporary. And adding a touch of luxury, a towel warmer tucked into a wall niche!
Verify out these wonderful, one particular-of-a-type sinks – “painstakingly restored drinking troughs, which have been brought back to life as wash basins, positioned in the ensuite bathrooms,” according to AR Design and style.
The old steady components are usually the focal point, striking against the cool white backdrop.
The exposed wood beams overhead stand out against the clean, white walls and crisp angles of the interior architecture.
AR Design and style Studio
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photo credit: Martin Gardner