Restoration of Old and New at Historic Farmhouse in England

Filed Under: Restoration Restoration of Old and New at Historic Farmhouse in England

I always agree to the idea of remodeling and not reconstructing. It’s because remodeling the house means you don’t need to knock down the whole building or your beautiful home and it’s also less expensive because you don’t need to start over bricks after bricks. Just like this Park Farm, Worcestershire which belongs to the Elizabethan. The house is a historical building being restored and remodeled with a mix of old elements with modern addition and hoopla you get yourself some gorgeous historical home.

The official page stated about this new residence as follow “The colour palette of the decoration is simple and traditional being painted in buttermilk limewash on traditional lime-plastered walls. Furnishing is a mix of traditional and contemporary design, many of the pieces have been carefully sourced from individual makers and (I hope) will defy changing fashion. Lighting is simple halogen down-lighters with some notable exceptions – in particular the 1.5m contemporary wire chandelier in the kitchen. The result is a bright and streamlined house that adapts well to the requirements of a growing family.” Lovely isn’t it? Check out more about this historic farmhouse here.

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