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17th Century Thatched CottageCountry Kids, Hampshire

This master bedroom has a feature headboard in Sanderson Squirrel & Dove fabric. The crystal lamps are by Porta Romana, and the curtains are in James Hare Silk. The quirky oak beams give a traditional theme to this bedroom, but the contemporary feel of the soft furnishings keep it light and airy.

Inspiration for a large rural gender neutral kids' bedroom in Hampshire with beige walls and carpet. —  Houzz
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james_morris5765James Morris wrote:8 September 2015
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    Icon Interiors Ltd
    6 years ago

    Hi. The ledge and brace doors were made as a bespoke item by a carpenter to work in this quirky 17th century cottage.

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Anna Tobin added this to 10 Different Ideas for Internal Doors14 December 2015

Open up the pastIf you live in a period property, a door that’s in keeping with the time of its build will feel naturally at home. Historically, before burglar alarms and central heating were invented, more thought was put into the design of internal doors to ensure they’d secure the home and keep out draughts. Dig up a chunky original at your local architectural salvage yard. A sturdy barn door finishes off this loft room perfectly.

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Cecilia Jones added this to cottage16 October 2018

this bedroom falls into the cottage category because of the colors, cream. It uses blue but the tone makes it even more calming and welcoming.

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