The project was to design the interiors for a large, period, hay barn at a client’s country home creating extra guest accommodation. Also, a new stud farm stable complex was to be built providing and unusual dimension to the project. Following grant of planning permission, we created room layouts for the barn. This included the design of a new feature staircase, an open fireplace, a new mezzanine study as well as decorative, architectural and task lighting. We also designed the kitchen and bathrooms. The barn was furnished with a mix of antique and modern furniture, modern art, curtains and soft furnishing.
The new build, stud farm’s aesthetic relationship with main1450’s timber framed house was extremely important. For this reason, we helped with the build process including the selection of appropriate building materials. We designed layouts for a pavilion within the stable yard and created custom paneling and timber fittings for tack and saddles. We designed a client meeting room with kitchen and shower room and also the equine wash box, solarium, drying and feed rooms.