Steps for how to build a bay window seat with storage

How to build a Victorian Bay Window Seat with Storage

Escape to the Country | by hearthomemag

like the wall colour with the wood Escape to the Country home of Sarah Wilkie founder of Homebarn. Photographed by Michael Norman

Gorgeous - love the wood burning stove and the way the logs are displayed, cosy for winter evenings by the sea! #nautical #seaside #shabbychic

Alwinton Corner Sofa Handmade Fabric

Practical shelving makes the most of the alcove space in this living room, with a large space on the bottom shelf to store logs to fuel the traditional wood-burning stove. Light wooden flooring is teamed with a fresh white rug to match the sofa.

This wonderful kitchen extension in South London was filled with sunshine and style; grey cupboards with brass details and Carrara marble worktops

Imagine spending sunny summer days chilling out and cooking and pottering about in this lovely Shaker kitchen. The skylights flood this room with the softest light and the big central island is the perfect little spot for friends and family to gather.

A (White) Wine Nook for a Night In....perfect :-)

27 Reading Nook Ideas Where You Can Hibernate this Winter

Now that is a classy window seat! I would have my builder plan this in my home plan design. - Modern Home

Wood burning stove and tiled hearth. Fire Is a Tiger Classic Stove and tiles are from A6 Tiles in Stockport.

Wood burning stove and tiled hearth. Maybe stained concrete with a tiles hearth. Although id want the hearth raised about six inches

Brick tiles are a stunning way to create the effect of an exposed wall effect using our eco-friendly brick tiles or brick slips made in our factory in Manchester.

Fireplace-Brick tiles are a stunning way to create the effect of an exposed wall effect using our eco-friendly brick tiles or brick slips made in our factory in Manchester.

Rise Design Studio adds glass extension to London house

Rise Design Studio adds glass extension to London house

Rise Design Studio has added a glazed extension to the rear of a London house, creating a light-filled kitchen and dining room that opens up to the garden

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