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Dutch Masterpiece - Hampshire House

Leaving London behind them, writer Sandra and her Dutch husband Bart, found an idyllic spot in the English countryside with its own lake and woodland, to create their dream family home.


Season:
Autumn


Location:
UK


Credits:
GAP Interiors/Sandra van Aalst


Feature No:   3471 

Qty of Images:    31 

 



 
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Synopsis
Taking inspiration from a glossy, architectural bible found in a RIBA book shop, the couple demolished the existing 1930s property, replacing it with an elegant Flemish-style manor house. The three year project enabled Sandra to hand pick the interiors, resulting in a decor that blends contemporary, vintage and industrial with a dose of opulence. With its calming palette of blues, offset with pale wooden floors and rough-edged limestone, the house has a Dutch feel, complemented by anthracite framed-glass doors and vintage rugs throughout. the house has a Dutch feel, complemented by anthracite framed-glass doors and vintage rugs then Sourcing materials such as cement tiles from Spain and statement lights from The Netherlands, the AngloDutch couple made regular trips to Europe, as well as to stylish boutique hotels for design influences. In fact, it was whilst lunching at The Pig Hotel nearby, that gave them the idea for the mix-and-match encaustic flooring in their dining room - just one of the many special features in this unusual home.

 

 

 
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