Step inside this historic Welsh farmhouse

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Property: A grade II listed farmhouse dating from 1590 with a recent extension, in the Welsh countryside.
Space: Living room, dining room, garden room, kitchen, 4 bedrooms (2 en suite), bathroom, barn conversion.

1/8 Exterior

farmhouse exterior with stone wall windows white door and roof top

(Image credit: Future PLC/ Andrea Jones)

This Welsh farmhouse oozes charm and character with its low ceilings and exposed beams complimented by luxurious fabrics and colours.

2/8 Hallway seat

hallway with designed wooden seat floral curtain

(Image credit: Future PLC/ Andrea Jones)

This ornate settle provides a dramatic display in the dark-wood entrance hallway. Rich, red cushions add a punch of colour.

For a similar settle, look at Robert Young Antiques.

3/8 Living room fireplace

living room fireplace with stone wall beam on ceiling and wooden table

(Image credit: Future PLC/ Andrea Jones)

A dainty window seat is framed by thick floral curtains in the living room, where warm fabrics and colours add to the period style.  A cosy wood burner sits in an imposing fireplace adding to its rustic country charm.

This dark-wood coffee table is available from Whoops of Llandudno.  For similar tapestry cushion, try Elizabeth Bradley's kits.

4/8 Country kitchen

kitchen with white wall white cabinet flowers on beam and red flooring

(Image credit: Future PLC/ Andrea Jones)

Checked and floral fabrics, a range cooker, and a tile floor create the epitomy of traditional farmhouse style in this kitchen.  A kitchen island on wheels provides versatility, and creates extra storage space.

This range cooker is from AGA, and the units and kitchen island are all by Mark Tull.  For cream paints head to Farrow & Ball.

5/8 Dining room

dinning room with cream colour wall brown dinning table and chairs and window and curtain

(Image credit: Future PLC/ Andrea Jones)

Dark-wood furniture is offset by an earthy, mellow colour scheme, for a relaxed, country feel.  Neutral walls and curtains keep the room looking light and airy, with a delicate window seat adding extra personality.

These curtains are from Laura Ashley, and for a similar dark-wood table head to I & JL Brown.

6/8 Main bedroom

bedroom with wooden beams metal bed red and white armchair wooden flooring

(Image credit: Future PLC/ Andrea Jones)

Imposing oak beams create a dramatic backdrop to the decor in the attic bedroom.  A patchwork eiderdown, and gingham covered armchair add to the quaint, country charm.

This jute carpet is from Crucial Trading, and for similar country-style bed linen, head to Listers.

7/8 Freestanding bath

bathroom with bathtub wgite wall wooden beam on ceiling and wooden flooring

(Image credit: Future PLC/ Andrea Jones)

An elegant roll-top bath creates a focal point in the en-suite country bathroom for a decadant and luxurious atmosphere.  Pretty wicker baskets provide extra storage in this compact space.

For a bath like this try Drummonds, and for wicker baskets try Homebase.

8/8 Garden room

garden room with white wall fire place sofa grey dinning table and white door

(Image credit: Future PLC/ Andrea Jones)

This bright and cheerful garden room extension provides the perfect space for reading by the wood burning stove, or laid-back entertaining.

This country-style table is from OKA, and the floral curtains are from Marks & Spencer.

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Heather Young

Heather Young has been Ideal Home’s Editor since late 2020, and Editor-In-Chief since 2023. She is an interiors journalist and editor who’s been working for some of the UK’s leading interiors magazines for over 20 years, both in-house and as a freelancer.