This five-bed red brick house is located on in the suburb of South Godstone in Surrey. A delightful original and ornate porch welcomes you into the relaxed country interior with restful colours, pretty floral fabrics and painted antique style furniture.
A pretty pastel palette and vintage country fabrics create a relaxed and airy space. The eye is drawn to the elegant fireplace with an authentic vintage mirror and distressed frame. Shimmering glass candle votives and a glorious chandelier hanging from an original ceiling rose add a chic French influence.
The floor in the living room is original and, after woodworm treatment, was sanded and coated with varnish. Cool blue walls set a soothing backdrop for a large freestanding sideboard painted in off-white and a Provencal dining chair to create an exquisite French look.
The country theme continues into the kitchen with its cream-painted units, Belfast sink and floral accessories. Through the door is a small verandah, which connects the house and garden. Pale blue Corian worktops offer a smooth matt finish. The colour is picked out with a classic stable door. The row of windows boosts the light in the small space and red letters and a polka-dot doormat inject some colour.
The love of French country style is given full rein in the main bedroom. A grey Louise XV-style bedstead takes centre stage dressed in pretty white bed linen. The large bay window has become a beautiful feature with floating voile curtains and a soft gingham love bench.
A delicate rose design bed linen is printed with a vintage pattern and subtly contrasts with the simple painted walls and furniture. Crisp Roman blinds and cushions covers are made in a matching fabric. The patchwork quilt adds to the cosy country style. A plain white chest of drawers is dressed up with delicate glass handles.
A simple off-white colour scheme allows the beautiful bed linen to sing out. Decorative and unique pieces like the arch window mirror are the focus of attention. Rustic jugs of simple flowers on the picturesque mantel add a welcoming touch and keep the look ultra feminine.
Vintage country décor wouldnt be the same without blowsy flower prints in pretty pinks. The mix match of fabric on the bedspread, cushion and roman blind are all thats needed to give the single guest bedroom a feminine look. A single wooden chair has been used in place of a side table to create a rustic edge.
The vintage-style bathroom is calm painted in restful cream. The lilac trail wallpaper in linen adds subtle interest while the freestanding roll-top bath is a romantic feature. The corner vanity unit and matching cupboard maximise space and blend into the tongue-and groove-panelling.