Set at the end of a country lane leading directly onto Frensham Common this Georgian house was crying out for a ground floor reconfiguration. Working with the architect, Ian Adam-Smith, the tiny kitchen and multiple utility rooms were opened up to create a wonderful light kitchen space with roof lantern and delightful dining room. Along the full South West aspect of the house we added elegant French doors overlooking the terrace and garden leading to the pool.
Our clients, who love to entertain friends, wanted a large dining room from which to host, this was created by removing a series of small utilitarian rooms. Space was left on the walls for their extensive art collection and treasures from days in Asia. Another nod to Asia was the stunning wall paper chosen by our client.
The newly configured extensive ground floor now hosts a front drawing room, large playroom/snug and ground floor study. We were able to create a substantial boot room and wine room from the new layout. The bespoke joinery for the boot room was made by our local joiner and hand painted onsite.