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A converted Dutch barn by Turner Works comes to market in the Cotswolds
an elegant kitchen with marble flooring and white walls, along with art on the walls
A Baroque manor in the Wiltshire countryside asks for £3m
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These refurbished farm buildings span 400 years
The historic farmhouse, with its high thatched roof, sits at the forefront, accessed by a gated driveway. Lounges, bathrooms and four bedrooms on all three storeys have been updated with new hardwood windows, oak doors and repaired hardwood floors. Photography: The Modern House #design #inspiration #interiors #architecture
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Nokken is a customisable cabin that can expand into a glamping site
Nokken is the brainchild of interiors and branding studio Aylott + Van Tromp, who worked on several hospitality projects of their own before launching the cabin. Not just a piece of architecture, the founders describe Nokken as a ‘platform’ for people to launch retreats. #design #inspiration #interiors #architecture
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House in England’s West Sussex
Beat the design blues with our weekly shot of interior wanderlust. From the hottest hotels to iconic homes, we bring you a curation of interior spaces to inspire your renovation project and fuel your curiosity… #design #inspiration #interiors #architecture
an open kitchen and dining area with wooden cabinets, white chairs, and a table
Cotswold stone barn conversion asks for £2.4m
The barn has been converted with a rugged material palette of Cotswold stone, green oak beams and welsh slate for the roof. Living spaces are free-flowing across a single level, with vast sliding glass plate doors opening rooms up to the courtyard. Photography: The Modern House #design #inspiration #interiors #architecture
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Kew Palace lookalike goes on the market in Sussex for £4.5m
The 17th-century West Sussex manor was built in the Mannerist style by a team of London-based craftsmen, on seven acres of private grounds near the coast in Arun district. Experts believe the architects – officially unknown – could be the same team who designed Kew Palace in west London, due to their similarity. Photography: Inigo #design #inspiration #interiors #architecture
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Own a bespoke eco-home near the Fontainebleau forest south of Paris
French architecture firm Ciguë is in the early stages of developing a swath of land abutting the Fontainebleau forest, an hour south of Paris. In collaboration with landscape architect Thierry Laverne and real estate developer Ma, the practice is planning seven high-end, eco-responsible wood homes sharing vegetable gardens and a swimming pool surrounded by nature. Photography : © Ma – Ciguë architectes - Faber Picturae #design #inspiration #interiors #architecture
a house sitting on top of a lush green field next to a lake with a dock
A modern house in central Wales with natural swimming pools
Tan Yr Allt house (meaning Until The Hill) is run as a B&B near Welshpool town in Powys. Its double-height box window looks out across a picturesque natural swimming pool and cut grass meadows, backdropped by specimen trees and a tall, undulating wooden landscape. Swimmers can drift in its emerald waters, admiring its natural planting and aquatic life at the water level. #design #inspiration #interiors #architecture
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Soothing pinks set the tone inside this renovated Georgian manor in Lincolnshire
This Lincolnshire home is bursting with ‘rediscoveries’ – a treasure trove of original Georgian features resurfaced during its meticulous renovation, including carved wooden panelling and stone fireplaces. #design #inspiration #interiors #architecture
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Surrey river island home lists for £1.85m
Life moves at a different pace on Wheatley’s Eyot – a small, car-free island on the Surrey stretch of the River Thames. And this BCDH Architects designed home makes sure that life revolves completely around its ebb and flow. #design #inspiration #interiors #architecture
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Rustic Suffolk farmhouse celebrates its heritage bones via soft minimalism
World of Interiors readers might recognise this Grade II-listed farmhouse close to the Suffolk coast – it has featured in the storied magazine, as well as books exploring the quintessential English farmhouse. And now it’s for sale. #design #inspiration #interiors #architecture
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Floating New York farmhouse asks for $2.895m
The 1820s Floating Farmhouse was rebuilt by Tom Givone who is known for his experimental period renovations. The American designer/architect has introduced concrete, glass and steel elements to the historic New England-style house while exposing parts of its structure to create luminous, airy spaces. Photography: Gabriel Zimmer of Catskill Image #design #inspiration #interiors #architecture
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Cottages in the Cotswolds , UK
Welcome to the fortnightly installment of our hashtag #thespacesilike, where we round up some of your most startling, serene, and inspiring spaces. Among our highlights is a pink-hued building in Switzerland and a dreamy Sri Lankan hotel. Want to share a space you’ve discovered? Tag your Instagram post with #thespacesilike for a chance to be featured. #design #inspiration #interiors #architecture
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This converted coach house sleeps 10 under original wood beams
The five-bedroom Hertfordshire property is on the banks of the River Oughton, overlooking the Oughtonhead Nature Reserve. Renovations preserved just the right amount of period character – exposed beams, original wood floors – while bringing in natural light through floor-to-ceiling glazed doors, picture windows and skylights across its 232 sq m interiors. #design #inspiration #interiors #architecture
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The Coastguard Station by Fiona Naylor
Dungeness’s unique, eclectic and extreme landscape has drawn artists and architects to it in recent years, intrigued by the dichotomy of nature rubbing shoulders with nuclear power along its shingled shoreline. While open and exposed to the elements, it’s also withdrawn and private – a hamlet that’s home to little more than a hundred homes, though filled with a broad mix of people. Photography: Rachael Smith #design #inspiration #interiors #architecture
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Renovated 17th-century Cheshire cottage marries modernity with country rustic
Annabelle Tugby Architects masterfully renovated this 17th-century Cheshire cottage, marrying its rustic character with a modern plan – and adding a home studio in its tranquil garden. #design #inspiration #interiors #architecture
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A Grade II-listed house with traditional country charm
The Miles’s Buildings property is nestled in a peaceful, stone-paved enclave in central Bath. Beneath its 1990s chintz, beige carpets, and lino flooring are impeccable Georgian bones with wooden window shutters, open fireplaces, and a carved cantilevered staircase climbing three storeys. Photography: Carter Jonas #design #inspiration #interiors #architecture
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An architect-designed farmhouse conversion in rural Wales lists for under £1m
A rare countryside gem, this 18th-century Brecon Beacons farmhouse was refurbished by Jones Architects Studio, and juxtaposes black-stained cedar cladding with the limewashed stone of the original outbuildings. #design #interiors #inspiration
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Minimalist Bath ballroom loft could be yours for £975,000
Grade II-listed, the live/work space is back on the market via The Modern House for £975,000, having undergone a spartan re-style that heightens its minimalist vibes. Egyptian marble tiles and white walls contrast mouldings on the barrel-vaulted ceiling, which rises to a height of 15 ft and is crowned by a glass dome. #design #home #interiors #architecture #minimalism
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Ferienhaus Hof Ahmen is a holiday rental for fans of Philip Johnson
This glass holiday house, located on an organic farm in Germany’s Schleswig-Holstein, feels like a miniature version of Philip Johnson’s iconic Connecticut home. Ferienhaus Hof Ahmen sits in the middle of a sheep pasture, surrounded by grass, trees and curious animals – views of which can be enjoyed from behind its glass walls. #design #interiors #architecture
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Historic country chic: 17th-century farmhouse asks for £3.25m in East Sussex
Acres of rolling fields and beautiful Georgian gardens envelop this handsome Grade II-listed farmhouse in High Weald, East Sussex. Little Bucksteep dates from the late 1600s, though it was remodelled in 1717 in an early Georgian style, offering a gorgeous blend of historic styles across its aged interiors. #interiors #architecture #design
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Yorkshire house by Vincent & Brown is a modern take on country living
Corten steel, Siberian larch and glass combine at this sleek country home in North Yorkshire by Vincent & Brown which rethinks the rural vernacular. #architecture #design #home
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Inside a rustic 1800s barn for sale in the Hudson Valley
Rustic living reaches its peak at this Dutchess County barn, which has been lovingly converted into a four-bedroom family home. The New York property is a few minutes walk from Tivoli – itself two hours’ from NYC – and encompasses a 4.5-acre-lot, outfitted with the main property and a two-bedroom 1970s cottage that has been similarly restored. #design #rustic #architecture #homes
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Piedmont pied-a-terre, Italy
Welcome to our first weekly property round-up of 2022, bringing you the best homes we’ve discovered for sale or rent across the world this week. We unearthed five development opportunities in the UK, as well as midcentury-modern time-capsule in Sacramento. See what else is on offer. #design #interiors #architecture
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Converted Tunbridge Wells church
It’s easy to imagine this Tunbridge Wells property’s former life as a Baptist church – its brick bones and towering proportions are all on show. Located at the heart of the High Weald of Kent, the converted church dates from 1882 and served the local congregation for over a century. Its current owners have restored and modernised the Kent property, turning it into a three-bedroom home that pays homage to its past by maximising its ecclesiastical proportions. #design #interiors #architecture
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The Tivoli Barn, Upstate New York
Rustic and romantic, this converted 1800s barn sits on the banks of Stony Creek, surrounded by woodland, and is a nostalgic slice of rural idyll. Interiors have been modernised in keeping with the spirit of the barn, with exposed wooden surfaces, raftered ceilings and woodburning stoves in abundance. #design #interiors #home
a wooden walkway leading to a door in the middle of a tree filled area with green leaves
A New England treehouse in Mattapoisett, Massachusetts
This elevated 1965 coastal home by Earl Flansburgh sits on 1.37-acres in Mattapoisett’s inner harbour, among a cluster of trees. Its boxy midcentury form is lifted on concrete piles and accessed via a raised walkway. It has a simple mid-1960s interior with a raised skylight above its central staircase and walls of glass to take advantage of the bright coastal light and sea views. Its grassy grounds flow onto a private 75ft beach. #design #architecture
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Cabin Anna – a versatile off-grid retreat in the Netherlands
Cabin Anna is a shapeshifting Dutch retreat that slides into new configurations. Flat-pack versions of the Anna are due to begin international delivery in 2022 with pricing on request. #architecture #design
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Modern Stockholm villa with its own helipad
The seven-bedroom Stockholm property was completed earlier in 2021 and is said to be inspired by Cubist architecture. The mammoth home perches on a 0.32-acre lake-front plot in Täby, with huge floor-to-ceiling glass sections capturing views of the water across its main level. #design #home #architecture
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A David Mellor-designed midcentury gem is for sale in Sheffield
Feted British designer Mellor and architect Patrick Guest designed the Grade II-listed South Yorkshire property, which has a low midcentury profile and huge glass windows that are more typical of homes in the Hollywood Hills than the Sheffield suburb it inhabits. #midcentury #design #interiors
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Georgian country house Hartland Point stands proud above the Devon coast
Wild remote beaches and windswept fields lie just beyond the doors of Hartland Point in Devon, which is a postcard-worthy slice of Georgian architecture. #design #home #interiors
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Midcentury post-and-beam gets a HabHouse restoration in LA County
HabHouse restored this 1950s midcentury Los Angeles County house, giving it a fresh look while preserving its original post-and-beam forms. #design #midcentury
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Restored Palma finca offers country living – and turns a profit as a holiday home
The rustic finca has been meticulously renovated by its present owner, who has reconfigured and repurposed agricultural buildings on the site to create their family home, as well as a second house and a smaller guest house. Photography: Fantastic Frank #design #interiors
an old fashioned kitchen and dining room with wood floors, black cabinets, and exposed brick walls
An 18th-century workshop is now a rustic home in east Sussex
The Old Workshop is located in High Suffolk in the village of Saint James, an area bookended by the coast and Suffolk plains. Photography: Inigo
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A train-carriage home in Dungeness asks for £425k
It is one of 30 homes on the Dungeness estate that have evolved from train carriages, purchased by railway workers in the 1920s, and relocated to shingle beach to be inhabited. Photography: The Modern House #refurb #design #tinyhome
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An iconic midcentury design is for rent in Lambertville
Architect Jules Gregory topped the 1960 Lambertville house with a wave-like timber form featuring conoid forms and dramatic overhanging eaves. #design #architecture #home
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Porto Covo restaurant Abranda offers a polished take on the rustic aesthetic
LADO Arquitectura e Design led Abranda’s interiors, which are hidden behind an unimposing white and blue building in Largo Marquês de Pombal. Photography: Francisco Nogueira #interiors #rustic #design
an open kitchen and dining room with white walls, tile flooring and wooden furniture
Cae Pentre is a modern riposte to the natural beauty of the Brecon Beacons
Sitting in a small hamlet next to the market town of Brecon in Powys, Wales, this timber home by architect Samuel Organ could be mistaken for an old barn or farm building at first glance. Photography: The Modern House
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Gotten Manor is a 17th-century idyll on the Isle of Wight’s south coast
In its present state, the five-acre Grade II-listed property combines 13th, 16th and 19th-century structures, with living spaces spread around a large courtyard. Photography: Inigo #home #design #historic
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Walter Gropius-designed Kent home offers Bauhaus living in the countryside
Bauhaus founder Walter Gropius designed this Grade II-listed Kent property in the rural village of Shipbourne. But what makes the weatherboard structure remarkable is that it’s the only one of its kind by the architect in England. Photography: The Modern House #countryside #architecture #design #home
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Designers respond to Gio Ponti’s French villa, L’Ange Volant
Built in 1927, and set in Garches in the outskirts of Paris, L’Ange Volant was the only piece of architecture Ponti completed in France, and his first project outside of his home country of Italy. Photography: Christina Vervitsioti-Missoffe #interiors #architecture #historic
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Rustic country kitchens mood board
What’s cosier than a rustic country kitchen?Farmhouse kitchens mix antique furniture and reclaimed woods with natural colour palettes and white cabinetry. The style has stuck around for aeons and shows no sign of waning. And post-pandemic, it looks set to stay as we continue nesting and seek comfort in our homes. But what does the style really encompass? Explore our mood board of country kitchens for more. Photo: Casa Olivetta captured by Paul Raeside #kitchen #countrykitchen #interiors
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Grade II-listed home in the UK
This Grade II-listed Georgian hall in Lincolnshire countryside was built by maltster and brewer, Henry Smith. It dates from the 18th century and replaces a previous medieval structure on the site. The historic Cressy Hall is hidden within the lush Lincolnshire fens, and it comes with stables and a workshop with planning permission for conversion into a guest cottage. Via Inigo #countrysidehome #countryhome #property #interiorstyle #interiors #interiordesign #livingroom
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Cressy Hall in Lincolnshire, UK
This Grade II-listed Georgian hall in Lincolnshire countryside was built by maltster and brewer, Henry Smith. It dates from the 18th century and replaces a previous medieval structure on the site. The historic Cressy Hall is hidden within the lush Lincolnshire fens, and it comes with stables and a workshop with planning permission for conversion into a guest cottage. Via Inigo #countrysidehome #countryhome #property #kitchen #interiorstyle #interiors #interiordesign #diningroom #countrykitchen
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A Georgian hall in Lincolnshire
This Grade II-listed Georgian hall in Lincolnshire countryside was built by maltster and brewer, Henry Smith. It dates from the 18th century and replaces a previous medieval structure on the site. The historic Cressy Hall is hidden within the lush Lincolnshire fens, and it comes with stables and a workshop with planning permission for conversion into a guest cottage. Via Inigo #countrysidehome #countryhome #property #interiorstyle #interiors #interiordesign
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A renovated finca in Menorca
A renovated finca in Menorca. Photo: Salva Lopez via Camilla Frances #interiors #interiorstyle #countrykitchen #countrysidehome #menorca #spain #interiordesign #design #kitchen #kitchendesign
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Gotten Manor, UK
This 13th-century stone farmstead on the Isle of White dates comes with several buildings across its 5-acre plot that have been converted into self-contained accommodation. Gotten Manor has south coast views and is surrounded by gardens and wildlife. Via Inigo #interiors #interiorstyle #isleofwight #cottage #countrysidehomes #bedroom