Interior architect Paula Barnes has extended this nineteenth-century London rectory and made creative use of reclaimed supplies and antique-fair finds to create a comfortable family house. In the kitchen she used Belgian bluestone that spans the kitchen flooring and three totally different opaline lights from Drew Pritchard, which hang between beams above the island. Henri Fitzwilliam-Lay, the proprietor of this Victorian nation home in Shropshire, has enhanced the interiors of this grand property together with her signature mid-century aesthetic with out compromising authentic features. In this blue and white kitchen, white subway tiles and marble herringbone flooring give the room an industrial edge, which works well under elegant cornicing. Farrow & Ball ‘Setting Plaster’ was used on the walls within the kitchen of this eighteenth-century home in Bath.
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