A charming Oxfordshire farmhouse

Posted on Wed, 27 Jan 2021 by KiM

If you’re anything like me and smitten with centuries old architecture you may have had a hard time getting past the photo above. And then if you’re anything like me and smitten with deep earthy/spicey colours then you may a hard time getting past the two photos below. Suffice it to say I REALLY love this home. Constructed in 1675 as a country retreat for a retired naval captain, we were instructed to help the owners of this handsome 17th-century Oxfordshire farmhouse restore, decorate and furnish the interior. We worked closely with the clients to add richness and colour, sourcing Georgian furniture and antique textiles to give the house an established feel. We kept as many original features as possible including the late 17th century oak staircase, whilst carefully replacing missing parts of the original floors and restoring cornices and chimneypieces. Designed by Max Rollitt.

Leslie-Anne says:

So good in every way.

April says:

Another wonderful English manor. I love the way they use color and pattern. Thank you!

Kathy says:

Speaks to my heart. Beautiful!

Moyra says:

A treat for the eyes! Rich and sumptuous yet it looks so easy to live in. Thank you for sharing xxx

Lyn Bowman says:

I want to live there ,,,,,Stunning

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