This 19th Century coach house featured recently on Channel 4’s Old House New Home series with George Clarke, is transformed into a clean and modern home.
A Victorian Coach House undergoing a dramatic transformation. Built-in 1867 and first transformed into a home in the 1950s the property had been adapted in numerous ways of the years. The changes included various sections being built and the end result of a house with a quite peculiar layout.
One of the biggest changes within the property was the staircase. By rotating it by 90 degrees and removing some unused elements it opened up the entire downstairs. The open plan kitchen/diner becomes the heart of the home. And it this room that our Cream Hampton Herringbone flooring was used.
In the open plan kitchen/diner, forest green shaker cupboards, porcelain worktops, brass accessories, and industrial lighting are used to create a stylish and hardworking space. While the cream herringbone floor matches the period style, while perfectly complementing the décor.
Hanging over the kitchen island are feature pendants, handmade in England by Rothschild and Bickers, they add a unique touch. One of our other favourite parts of the kitchen is the gold handles on the forest green doors. They pop beautifully while still feeling industrial.
Their kitchen/diner is now bright and spacious. A substantial change from the mismatched layout, and perfect for their three children.
A huge thanks to the team at Amazing Productions for including us in this project.
This episode was part of Series 6 (episode 3), of George Clarkes Old House New Home, which is available on Channel 4 on demand.