We’re off to Newark-on-Trent today to take a look at a glorious creation that was perfectly captured by the photographic skills of Dan Wray Photography, a Westborough-based photographer.
This project, known as ‘Rose Project’, was a 12-month development that saw a family home undergo a tremendous renovation to turn it into what it is today – but we don’t want to give too much away. We’d rather let these fantabulous images speak for themselves…
We all know the fantastic benefits of sunlight, but how often do you get to see a magnificent design such as this that allows an abundance of natural light to flood indoors?
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We just had to highlight this image due to the fantastic way in which the colourful dining chairs (Scandinavian style, thank you) complement the fresh greens visible outside. And that elongated wooden table looks ripe and ready to host a magnificent feast with friends and family.
Speaking of wood, how breathtaking is this island in the kitchen? Not only does it offer up ample seating- and working space, it also beautifully boosts the kitchen’s colour- and material palette while neatly grounding the culinary area.
We just love that hanging chair in the corner – an exceptional touch that’s not only pretty to look at (just see those cheery colours), but also 100% practical!
Let’s indulge in a few more images of this house’s fabulous new look…