A three-bedroom cottage in Suffolk, built in 1780.
Pale mint green walls and dark wooden beams create a formal feel in the dining room, complemented with antique furniture and softened by linen-covered chairs.
Choose a second-hand oak table and painted chairs for a lived-in and homely look. Black and white Victorian-style floor tiles give the room a smart finish and are practical for muddy shoes coming in from the garden.
Bespoke Shaker-style kitchen units make the most of the limited space in this country-style room. Complete the look with cute accessories and traditional stone flooring.
Using pale tones on the walls and ceiling will lighten a cramped cottage bedroom while the wrought iron bedstead adds contrast and creates a lovely focal point.
Brighten up a neutral childrens bedroom with splashes of colour and bright fabrics. Chunky pink letters and delicate butterflies hanging add an extra girly touch.
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