Coralie created a large relaxed kitchen-living area by knocking the original dining room and kitchen together and extending just 1.5m into the side return of her Victorian house. With the new layout, there was plenty of space for a roomy island unit.
1/10 Kitchen-living space
Similar Tetbury kitchen
Cups and saucers
Unique & Utility
2/10 Dining area
3/10 Kitchen extension
4/10 Sitting area
5/10 Living room
6/10 Living room fireplace
7/10 Main bedroom
Soft blue ensures a relaxed feel for the main bedroom with a Victorian-style bed to complement the age of the property. A simple Roman blind at the window and a rustic storage basket add character.
8/10 Guest bedroom
Coralie's guest room is another tranquil, welcoming space with a chalky grey shade of paint for the walls and dashes of pink from the lampshades and hero cushion.
Coralie has enhanced the original features of her classic Victorian home.
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