Take a tour around The Prince of Wales’ house

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The designers behind the Prince of Wales’ answer to eco-living – a low carbon home made from natural and recycled materials – wanted to  maintain a traditional, Downton Abbey-inspired ‘upstairs-downstairs’ aesthetic. Starting with a butler’s pantry, which is designed as a corridor between the living room and kitchen, this area displays a tongue-in-cheek humour, courtesy of Lush Designs’ colourful Rex and Regina tea towels that hang on the wall.

Image credit: Jamie Mason
Image credit: Jamie Mason
Image credit: Jamie Mason
Image credit: Jamie Mason
Image credit: Jamie Mason
Image credit: Jamie Mason
Image credit: Jamie Mason
Image credit: Jamie Mason
Image credit: Jamie Mason

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