Grade II Listed Barn designed by Pippa Paton Design

Grade II Listed Barn designed by Pippa Paton Design

Grade II Listed Barn

Grade II Listed Barn

Grade II Listed Barn designed by Pippa Paton Design

Grade II Listed Barn designed by Pippa Paton Design

Gloucestershire Village House 1

Gloucestershire Village House 1

Cotswold Barn Conversion

Cotswold Barn Conversion

Cotswold Barn Conversion

Cotswold Barn Conversion

Grade II Listed Barn

Grade II Listed Barn

Gloucestershire Village House

Gloucestershire Village House


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Pippa Paton Design - Cotswold Cottage

Pippa Paton Design - Cotswold Cottage

Oxfordshire Village House

Oxfordshire Village House

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Gloucestershire Village Estate

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Cotswold Studio

© PIPPA PATON DESIGN  The brief for this 19th century stone barn was to transform it into a relaxing retreat for a family of six whilst remaining true to its agricultural history. Original stone walls, blue bricks and timbers were placed at the centre of the design which focused on the fabric of the building.  The original barn doorsMore >

© PIPPA PATON DESIGN The brief for this 19th century stone barn was to transform it into a relaxing retreat for a family of six whilst remaining true to its agricultural history. Original stone walls, blue bricks and timbers were placed at the centre of the design which focused on the fabric of the building. The original barn doorsMore >

© PIPPA PATON DESIGN  The brief for this 19th century stone barn was to transform it into a relaxing retreat for a family of six whilst remaining true to its agricultural history. Original stone walls, blue bricks and timbers were placed at the centre of the design which focused on the fabric of the building.  The original barn doorsMore >

© PIPPA PATON DESIGN The brief for this 19th century stone barn was to transform it into a relaxing retreat for a family of six whilst remaining true to its agricultural history. Original stone walls, blue bricks and timbers were placed at the centre of the design which focused on the fabric of the building. The original barn doorsMore >

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