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Anna's Attic / Posts tagged "traditional design"

Welcome and Happy New Year, I hope you all enjoyed a wonderful Christmas.  This is my first blog of 2020 and I'm here to talk about creating a super cosy bedroom for the winter months.  We've been pretty lucky where I am in Lincolnshire so far on the weather front, but if last February is anything to go by the worst is yet to come. In my last post, which you can read here I shared our master bedroom renovation, having a beautiful bedroom to enjoy during the lazy mornings which go...

Welcome, here I continue to share the renovation of our barn conversion.  I'd intended to start blogging about our renovation sooner but things have been so busy here I'm playing catch up, I hope you enjoy what I share of our renovation journey and find some inspiration along the way. It's now 18 months since we moved into our barn conversion mews, which was previously owned by an elderly lady, we had our hands full, pastel carpets, floral window dressings, dark beams, ancient radiators and poor lighting being some of the...

Welcome, here I continue to share the renovation of our barn conversion.  I'd intended to start blogging about our renovation sooner but things have been so busy here I'm playing catch up, I hope you enjoy what I share of our renovation journey and find some inspiration along the way. Some of you will know that a little over a year ago we moved into our barn conversion mews, which was previously owned by an elderly lady, we had our hands full, pastel carpets, floral window dressings, dark beams, ancient radiators...

Open plan kitchen-2 Welcome, this is the second in a series of posts where I share the renovation of our barn conversion mews room by room.  In March 2018 my family moved from our large 1930s town property to a barn conversion mews situated within church grounds in a quiet Lincolnshire Village.  The property's previous owner was an elderly lady with a penchant for chintz.  Our new home was complete with blousy florals, beige sanitary ware, a cottage kitchen, pastel carpets and retro fit dark beams.  Thankfully as an interior designer...