Located close to Southampton, England, UK, the designers at Hayburn & Co – a company based in Northern Ireland that offer design services worldwide, were recently commissioned to design, manufacture and install joinery and furniture for a coastal hideaway in the south coast of England. The client wanted a Hampton’s style feel throughout the property from sliding sash windows, panelled internal doors and bespoke fitted furniture.
The size of the kitchen lends itself to a large island which incorporates upholstered banquette seating and an oak trestle table. The kitchen features broad framing, tongue and grooved panelled backs and curved cabinetry. The appliances are all Sub Zero & Wolf and are housed in cabinetry. Another breathtaking space is the walk-in pantry with stunning white cabinetry and with a white pantry ladder on rails.
I hope this home helps you to start this brand new week feeling good and relaxed…
The architecture and landscaping are truly impeccable. Notice the details…
This grand double Lincoln front door features a triple panel, a lantern above and polished chrome ironmongery.
This foyer is truly inspiring! The space features cabinet doors with faux ceramic books and sconces. The cabinet conceals a hidden closet.
Lighting is Circa Lighting’s Honore Hanging Lantern.
Light & Bright
The house features custom 6×6 sliding sash windows.
We really don’t see a kitchen like this every day. This gorgeous kitchen features a very large center island with tons of storage space and an U-shaped dining banquette. The back wall of the kitchen boasts a row of small glass-front cabinets stacked atop pantry cabinets with bi-fold doors flanking stainless steel refrigerators.
Also notice the Restoration Hardware Salvaged Wood Trestle Dining Table lined with gray roll back dining chairs.
Kitchen Paint Color
The kitchen cabinet paint color is a special Hayburn & Co blend but similar color would be Slaked Lime 105 by Little Greene Paint Company.
The chandeliers above the island are from Restoration Hardware.
This comfy island banquette features tufted cushions and plenty of space for everyone. Isn’t this kitchen layout fun?
Faucets are Perrin & Rowe.
Table & Flooring
I love the combination of the built-in banquette, Restoration Hardware Salvaged Wood Trestle Dining Table with the extra wide Euro White Oak floors.
The gray countertop is Sinquastone Quartz in Bourbon.
This has to be one of the most beautiful pantries out there! The pantry features drawers with open shelving above quartz countertop with tongue and grooved panelling. Notice the stunning ladder and rail.
The countertop is the same used in the kitchen – Sinquastone Quartz in Bourbon.
Doors & Hardware
This pantry features custom doors and card pulls on the cabinets.
The curved sliding sash windows make a beautiful backdrop in this dining area. The curved windows are dressed in grays curtains with drapery hardware hidden behind built-in crown moldings.
Lighting is Restoration Hardware Victorian Hotel Pendant. – $1720
Wall Paint Color + Flooring
Walls (all walls the same throughout the house) paint color is a special Hayburn & Co blend but similar color would be French Grey 113 by Little Greene Paint Company.
Flooring is extra wide Euro White Oak floors.
A pocket door reveals a stunning bathroom!
This bathroom comes complete with fireplace, a freestanding bath and wood-like floor tiles.
This bathroom features double vanity unit with wall mounted faucets.
Hardware & Lighting
The cabinets feature beautiful oversized knobs.
Lighting is Porta Romana Sconces.
This dressing room is practical and pretty. I love the oval window.
These bifolding Vermont doors are beautiful and functional.
As you enter the mudroom, the first thing you will notice is the beautiful Jerusalem Limestone tiles.
Déjà vu Mudroom
This fabulous laundry room and mudroom features crisp white cabinets flanked by front-load washer and dryer topped with gray quartz countertop The windows are dressed in white and gray gingham roman shades.
Countertop is Sinquastone Quartz in Bourbon.
Faucets is Perrin & Rowe.
Lighting is a Honore Hanging Lantern.
Hello, Little One!
Hey, everyone… I thought you might want to meet “Poppy” – the puppy. Isn’t she adorable? Look at those eyes!
Back of the House
This home is private and truly breathtaking.
The dining room, with round windows, overlook the expansive patio.
Doors & Windows
You can never have too many bifold doors!
Ivory White Home
This ivory white home beautifully contrasts with the lush landscaping.
Impeccable and timeless… Can you picture yourself driving your car onto this gravel driveway?
What a beautiful home, right?! I fell in love with that kitchen, pantry and the mudroom. Those rooms are truly hard to erase from our mind. 🙂
Did you guys have a good weekend? I worked, watched some movies, baked with the kids… it was busy but really fun. I feel I spend some great time with my family and that’s the most important thing for me.
This week will be interesting. I am reviewing some new interior projects and I still need to finish designing our basement. I am creating a playroom for the kids and it will be fun!
Other than being busy, I am constantly working on my heart (weird, right? But true.. 🙂 )… I miss my grandfather daily (as many of you know, he passed away just over a month ago) and it’s so hard to adjust without someone we love. It feels as if a layer of protection was suddenly taken away from me — I feel this especially now that I don’t have both my grandfather and grandmother — they raised me, so they were like parents to me.
I am opening up about this here not because I want to sound “down”, but because I feel it’s healthy and necessary for us to speak about our emotions. They’re never too unimportant nor embarrassing. They’re part of ourselves, part of our growth. In fact, I strongly feel that the only way for us to grow is by feeling and analyzing what we feel. Ignoring our emotions and leaving it “aside” will only create more unresolved problems.
I am living a new chapter — everything feels different — and even thought things don’t feel complete right now, perhaps they can become with time. I will only find this out if I keep my faith and everything I have learned with them and with life.
Look at your heart and listen to its words. Growth always comes next.
Have a Blessed week, my friends and thank you for your friendship and your presence here.
We’ll talk tomorrow.
Luciane from HomeBunch.com
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