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‘When I looked through the window and could see part of the garden, too, I was sold.’Having taken on redecoration projects in the past, Liz and Dave weren’t put off by the amount of work needed to bring the interior up to date.
The previous owners had introduced dado rails, lots of dark wood and beams to try to create a cottage style but Liz wanted to strip it right back.
The room was re-plastered, new flooring was laid and folding-sliding doors were fitted to link the room with the stunning garden.
‘We fi nally tackled the kitchen a year after we moved in.
It was originally a dark room with lots of dark wood, but we liked the layout and just wanted to lighten up the space without having to redesign it,’ says Liz.
‘Luckily, it was fairly quick and simple.’As well as transforming the interior spaces, Liz and Dave turned their attention to the front of the house.
Originally, there was a traditional DIY front door in dark wood with Victorian glass that Liz felt was inappropriate for the building.