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Julia Sinclair

Julia Sinclair turned her dark farm worker’s cottage into a home full of colour and charm, thanks to an imaginative revamp


GAP Interiors/Amanda Turner

Feature No:   2323 

Qty of Images:    105 


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Julia Sinclair, a City analyst, bought this 1880s stone cottage in 2007 after the death of her husband. 'I wanted to return to the area where I grew up and make a fresh start,' she says. The cottage had been neglected and was uneconomical to heat, so she installed a geothermal heat pump and replaced all the windows. Over the next few years she also added a double height extension to create a new kitchen/diner plus under floor heating. Finally, the space over the garage was converted to give a master bedroom, en suite and dressing room. Julia is also a lover of colour as can be seen in her choice of wallpapers and accessories. Her oversized sofa and outsize lamps are typical of her irreverent attitude to design. As a result, the cottage now has a wow factor that is belied by its conventional exterior.'



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