This splendid house is full of stunning original features and paneling – once ginger-pine and now enhanced in a simple palette of dead-flat colours. The basement has been converted into a den to enjoy music and film, the kitchen handmade in typical Settle-style and a second bathroom introduced discreetly behind paneling. Useful storage and a discreet study area were designed to make use of a dark passageway.
An interior scheme of dark-wood antiques and neutral fabrics is punctuated by punches of bold colour. The overall result is one of sophisticated modern-country, bang up-to-date but perfectly congruous to its Grade II listed, Georgian roots. Antique furniture was sourced to compliment the scheme.