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This farmworker’s flint and brick cottage dating from 1849 is nestled in the Norfolk coast line and comes with an accompaning beach hut.
White walls and light wooden floor give the living room a bright feel. Open shelving in the alcove provides the perfect place to display photos and accessories, whilst the stack of logs and classic wood burning stove add real character to the room. For similar furniture try IKEA, accessories are from Sia
Nautical striped scatter cushions and a beech hut decoration extend the coastal theme to the upstairs bedroom. Get similar cushions and decorations from Norfolk Living.
Tongue-and-groove panelling around the bath and walls create a smart country look to this bathroom. Ornaments dotted along the ledge above the panelling keep the bathroom in the cottage's seaside-style. Panels are painted in Shaded White by Farrow & Ball.
A traditional conservatory extends the cottage, with access straight from the kitchen it's the perfect spot for breakfast or lunch. The exterior wall is painted white and decorated with a french sign.
A willow screen seperates the garden in two. Closest to the house is a cosy alfresco dining area with an iron work table and chairs shaded under a parasol. For similar garden furniture try Primrose London.
The accompanying beach hut to the cottage is just a short walk away and has a view that shows why so many people love coastal living!