Case Study: Cotswold Barn
For those who love the organic aesthetic of Cotswold Stone and the open plan airiness of a barn conversion, but still want to achieve a contemporary space – then prepare to be inspired by this stunning Cotswold Barn.
The breath-taking three-story vault that forms the kitchen and living area is at the centre of this beautiful property. With floor to ceiling sliding glass doors and interconnecting glass atriums, the owners have created a functional family home that is full of character and bridges the gap between new and old.
The staggering proportions and interesting juxtaposition of traditional and modern materials set this barn conversion apart from its counterparts. Strikingly sturdy over-sized oak doors are completed with the Brompton Lever on rose handles with Art deco roses in Matt Black.
The ironmongery’s textured knurled pattern and the matt finish make a sophisticated statement against the backdrop of the traditional and rustic building materials. Meanwhile, in the more modern setting of the property’s gym, the door and window furniture create an industrial feel and demonstrates the Brompton collections suitability for both contemporary design and more traditional builds.
The light airy openness lends itself to modern family living. Whilst the carefully considered use of materials – new and old, make this a fitting tribute to the building’s agricultural heritage and rural setting. The clever use of contemporary architectural hardware gives the property a sleek and ultra-modern edge.
Get the Look: Cotswold Barn
The Matt Black Brompton collection has been used thought-out, with the Brompton Lever on rose handles featured on all internal doors, the Matt black Brompton slimline lever espag. lock sets can be found on the external doors and matching Brompton espags. have been fitted to several of the property’s windows.
Credits: Huge thanks to From The Anvil for kindly sharing the images.