With historic details as the backdrop of their art-filled home, Nadia and Mark Singleton live in a 1,500-square-foot dwelling in Leicestershire, England. Built in 1919, their space is full of charming fireplaces, unique details, and dark, moody walls.
Nature-Inspired Kitchen- Efficient Floor Plan Careful space planning made the most of this 10x9-foot kitchen. The microwave was installed in an upper cabinet, which freed up valuable counter space. A small peninsula doubles as prep space and a gathering spot for visiting with the cook.
The breakfast counter is simply a wood slab that sits on a thrifty but attractive base made of plumbing pipes. Swiveling iron stools were scored at the Long Beach flea market for $200 and then upholstered in outdoor fabric.
Romantic, shabby chic bathroom with a country look. Roll top bath, beautiful taps and mirror leaning against the wall. The candles add a romantic element. If you like this pin, why not head on over to get similar inspiration and join our FREE home design resource library at www.FlorenceAndFreya.com?