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Elisabeth Henriksen

Elisabeth Henriksen’s family home, converted from an old barracks in Lewes.


GAP Interiors/Nick Carter

Feature No:   1073 

Qty of Images:    19 


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Elisabeth Henriksen’s East Sussex house used to be a barracks, surrounded by open land with just an old hotel for company. Time and development in the town of Lewes have moved on since then and so has the old barracks, which has been transformed into a family home as quirky and original as its new owners.

Exposed walls, sofas constructed from old German bedsteads and jewel-bright tiles spotted on a trip to Spain proclaim the couple’s tastes and up-cycling philosophy. “We like things that are scratched and knocked about,” Elisabeth explains. “I wouldn't have anything around me that I didn’t love or that didn’t have history.”



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