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Hannah Turner

With thoughtful renovation and an imaginative eye, ceramicist Hannah Turner coaxed a forlorn Wiltshire cottage into revealing its true charm and character.


GAP Interiors/Colin Poole

Feature No:   1883 

Qty of Images:    33 


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Although Hannah Turner’s house had stood unoccupied for several months, it was far from empty when she moved in, in March 2010. In fact, it proved to be a treasure-trove of beautiful and interesting features and useful items, many of which remain in the house, three years later. The previous owner, a wood-worker and antique furniture restorer, had left behind various chairs, cupboards and other oddments as well as most of the contents of his old workshop, ‘It was like the Marie Celeste in there,’ smiles Hannah, ‘There were drawers of tools, and masses of old hinges, handles, and brackets, all covered in layers of sawdust.’ The house had been on the market for over a year when Hannah first viewed it. She had hoped to buy a property in Bristol, but was struggling to find anything in her price range that appealed,



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