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Sarah Garforth

Artist Sarah Garforth used her creative imagination when she bought a reclaimed church pulpit for her new home.


GAP Interiors/Colin Poole

Feature No:   1813 

Qty of Images:    26 


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‘I took one look at it and thought it would make a great staircase and centre piece,’ she said. ‘I paid £2000 and then had to put it into storage – I hadn’t even got planning permission on my house at that point.’ Sarah’s house was never going to be conventional. She had been living in a chalet – a former art studio - at the bottom of her parents’ garden and was looking a place of her own where she could open a small gallery and workshop in the Yorkshire Dales. After a long and fruitless search for a property that ticked all the right boxes, her father suggested she look closer to home and offered to sell her a stone outbuilding that he owned, for a nominal cost, which she could convert into a home with an adjoining studio.



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