Finally, at the weekend I found some time to spend on the Essex Barn project.
The dining room is semi-open plan to the kitchen and has the flagstone floor that runs throughout the ground floor, lots of wooden beams and a whole wall of windows. The client had already chosen a 3 metre long dining table that fits in with the distressed, slightly industrial theme of the main living area. It’s made from a 300 year old temple door and has metal struts on the underside. He also liked the distressed metal chairs I had shown him previously.
I was concerned that all this wood and metal and stone could look cold and hard without the soft furnishing that soften up the living room so I went for colour.
I quite like it. What do you think?