The Wilderness, Wiltshire is a stunning listed, Georgian house nestles within breathtaking grounds and far reaching views.
The Wilderness interiors are rich and theatrical yet provide the essential elements for a family home. The key to the success of this house was retaining the original features as well as introducing vintage antiques, vibrant colours and textures which together reflected this family’s personality.
Bespoke kitchen design with traditional shaker door and drawer fronts in a hand painted finish.
Family dining table with a bespoke glass carriage light above.
Vintage stools with back supports which were lovingly restored and re-upholstered in a mix of colourful fabrics to sit at the island.
Bespoke glass carriage light which hangs above the dining table and allows views across the room.
Dark walls, bespoke joinery and a restored antique table create this formal dining room full of character.
This bespoke central chandelier had adjustable arms to allow it to be raised during parties. The candles look fantastic but in fact it is all electric!!!
Bespoke candle wall scones in a blackened steel finish are dotted through the room to add a soft, encompassing glow of light.
A contemporary bespoke sofa fills this cosy living space with practical bespoke joinery in the alcoves and a new wood burning stove within the traditional limestone surround. An antique chandelier adds a touch of glamour and the walls have bespoke art hanging systems for all the clients pieces.
Traditional bathroom with a roll top bath and walk in shower.
Master bathroom with an antique chandelier and contemporary double ended bath, situated in the window for perfect views whilst soaking away. The bathroom also featured a double shower with thassos marble tiles and a window providing views over the lake at the front.