Hello everyone (maybe it’s not the time you’re reading this, so it can’t be called morning).First of all, thank you to everyone who registered The Great Indoors Insiders Groupyou should have seen all the details of our very exciting trip to Italy that we hope you will come with us in October.
I hummed about this because it’s probably not like where you live. If you live in that kind of place or have a balance, you’re happier where you are. And that’s a good idea to incorporate into the weekend, right?
On the market is a late Georgian house with Victorian additions in Leominster, Herefordshire. Inigo 525,000 pounds. It’s huge at about 3,000 square feet, with a large basement and walled garden, a few minutes walk from the train station and about 3 hours by train to Paddington, London.
Okay, that’s the end of the geography. Now I’ve picked the most atmospheric images and the ones that I had something to talk about.Click the link to see more rooms. There are brighter rooms and more modern-looking rooms, so you can see how you can decorate or adapt them to suit your needs.
The joy of Georgian homes is that they are very much a series of square rooms rather than elongated Victorian spaces. If you’re used to the latter, you’ll always appreciate it, as it gives you more options when it comes to furniture placement. .
Another point to be aware of is that while this is a Grade II listed and does not forbid structural changes, it can make it harder to achieve what you want. when you look at floor plan You may soon feel like tearing down some interior walls to make your kitchen bigger. As it stands, you have to cross the hall to get to the dining room, so he recommends swapping the reception with the dining room to combine these two spaces. But the key to looking at the floor plan here is that the wall between the kitchen and living room is painted very thick, usually indicating a supporting wall. This means that if you want to remove all or part of a wall, you will need support steel.
That means figuring out if or how you can use the space as is to make it work for you. It is fulfilled. I know in the past we’ve talked about moving rooms where your lifestyle requires, but in the homes listed, it’s not always possible. .
As a side note; the reason why permission is not given to change things in a listed building is that the change could damage the very reason the building is listed. I don’t think it would be permissible to have a bathroom on top of the original or ornate plaster on the floor below, just in case.
Looking at the floor plan, you can see that the kitchen, utilities and bathrooms are all in the same corner of the building.
Arrive upstairs and you’ll find 6 bedrooms. There are 3 bathrooms on each floor and of course 1 bathroom on each floor and there is probably no chance of adding more. I understand. That is, it may be permissible to add a door between them. In some cases, walls can be put back in later. This means you can add dressing rooms or connecting offices. It just gives you a little more freedom. Also, remember how to decipher floor plans, even if you don’t live in the designated building. Because it can show you the expected costs when you move walls, doors, or change the layout.
Now the decor is colorful but sober at the same time. The kitchen is painted in Little Greene’s Giallo, bringing sunshine into a dark space. Ceilings are, for the most part, painted to match the walls, blurring the dimensions of the room, but leaving the beams and woodwork dark.
There is no right or wrong answer to this. White woodwork may seem a little too modern in a home of this era. Choosing a darker color will feel more grounded and maintained. You can even paint the whole thing the same color and focus on the furniture or artwork instead of the architecture.
I like this room below where the walls match the ceiling. It’s a bold look and it won’t work for everyone, but as always, this page is about inspiration and showing as much as possible so you can see what works. understand.