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New Forest Barn Conversion

Set in the New Forest National Park, this farm encompasses a series of agricultural buildings which have been cleverly converted into unique barns for living.


Season:
Spring


Location:
Hampshire, UK


Credits:
GAP Interiors/Sandra van Aalst


Feature No:   3991 

Qty of Images:    43 

 



 
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Synopsis
It was the attention to detail and quirky features that won the farm the Agricultural Building Design award in 2014. The Interiors take their inspiration and resources from the rural location including beds and furniture made out of Silver Birch and Douglas fir trees from the forest. Corrugated iron from the original outbuildings is used as wall panels, while the cills of the reclaimed Crittall windows were made from salvaged wood found on a sunken barge. Retaining the character of the barns with aged oak beams, the rustic look is blended with contemporary finishes, including Tadelakt walls and polished concrete floors. Together with their own bespoke light fixtures and furniture, the homeowners have incorporated vintage and retro pieces within the decor. Sheepskins and cowhides from the farm’s livestock bring warmth and texture to the open spaces.

 

 

 
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