July 27, 2010

conversion experience


   

This home and work space is a converted church, built in 1867, in Wiltshire, in the south of England. Love the beautiful exterior, and the fact that it doesn't anymore look like a church on the outside. Inside, there are a couple of areas- the bathroom with the huge glass window, for example-  that look quite modern for an old church conversion. In the main room, they've retained the main "churchy" feature, which is the balcony. Cool! (photos: Antony Crolla, World of Interiors May 2010)

6 comments:

Brown Paper & String said...

So cool! Love it! Thanks for sharing. xxx

nkp said...

I love the window ledge and the stark simplicity of the bedroom, but it's the perfect elemental nature of that bathroom that has me seriously drooling.

You never cease to uncover the most beautiful sources of inspiration. Thanks so much.

heidi said...

I like the retained balcony. It looks pretty fun in this context.

Nell said...

I'm determined that one day i'll have floor to ceiling bookshelves built into the walls. It always looks awesome!

mn said...

Thank you, Nelya, what a kind compliment. I appreciate it.

Nell, I'm with you on the floor-to-ceiling shelves! One day!

Thanks for reading and for your comments, everyone.

bbk said...

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