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Project Elverdinge landelijke stijl - Hoog ■ Exclusieve woon- en tuin inspiratie.

Laat je inspireren door het project: Project Elverdinge landelijke stijl. Exclusieve foto’s en het verhaal.

Willy Lott's Cottage is a C. cottage in Flatford, East Bergholt, Suffolk, England Garden Cottage, Cozy Cottage, Cottage Homes, Cottage Style, Beautiful Homes, Beautiful Places, Cabins And Cottages, English Countryside, Country Life

Willy Lott's Cottage as painted in The Hay Wain

Willy Lott's Cottage is a 16th-century cottage in Flatford, East Bergholt, Suffolk, England that features in John Constable's painting, The Hay Wain. The property is Grade I listed and located in the heart of Dedham Vale, a typically English rural landscape. The Cottage was restored in the 1920s after a revival of interest in John Constable's paintings. It has been renamed Willy Lott's House because this is the name Constable used in his paintings. It is owned by The National Trust. The…

Farmhouse cottage exterior dreams Ideas for 2019 Rendered Houses, Border Oak, Cottage Extension, Oak Framed Buildings, Oak Frame House, House Extensions, House Goals, House Front, House Colors

from little acorns.........

I'm never sure what to call these rooms. I am pretty sure an oak frame conservatory has a glass roof but what is the difference between an oak framed sun room and an oak framed garden room? mmm, there is probably a technical definition but I am going to call this a garden room because the couple have an amazing garden (you should see the veg plot!) And I know that I really am spoiling you with posts this week - I have had lots of new Border Oak photos through recently - but these pics were…

Kersey Village. Suffolk Suffolk England, Suffolk Coast, English Village, English Cottages, Little England, Dear World, Great Yarmouth, Interesting Buildings, Old Farm Houses

Kersey Village. Suffolk

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Half-timbered house, West Street, Rye, England | Flickr - Photo Sharing! English House, English Cottages, English Village, Old Farm Houses, Country Houses, Rye England, Emigrate To Australia, Wattle And Daub, British Architecture

Half-timbered house, West Street, Rye, England

Half-timbered house, West Street, Rye, England | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Half-timbered house, West Street, Rye, England | Flickr - Photo Sharing! English House, English Cottages, English Village, Old Farm Houses, Country Houses, Rye England, Emigrate To Australia, Wattle And Daub, British Architecture

Half-timbered house, West Street, Rye, England

Half-timbered house, West Street, Rye, England | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

ADAM Architecture - Cottage Refurbishment & Extension in Hampshire - AFTER - front elevation Brick Cottage, Cottage Windows, Cottage Living, Brick Extension, Extension Ideas, Building Extension, English Cottage Exterior, Cottage Extension, Farmhouse Architecture

Cottage Refurbishment Hampshire | Restoration Architects | ADAM Architecture

A replacement extension to the Grade II listed cottage updates the limited accommodation and carefully refurbishes the remaining historic fabric. The new east wing is a sensitively designed addition with a new kitchen, utility/boot room and study.

The White House in Aston Munslow, Shropshire. Until it belonged to the Stedman family, who lived here from soon after 1300 in a nearly unbroken line. Suffolk House, English Manor Houses, English Tudor, Tudor Style, Architecture Old, Old Buildings, Ghost Towns, Lodges, Old Houses

Holiday at New Inn in Peasenhall, Suffolk

The White House in Aston Munslow, Shropshire. Until 1945, it belonged to the Stedman family, who lived here from soon after 1300 in a nearly unbroken line.