Period Splendor & Creative Converted Spaces

From Georgian Town Houses to converted Shoe Factories, view the incredible transformations of historic structures into warm, inviting homes.

Period Living
A grand period entrance hall, softened by including rustic features and natural soft furnishings.

Nothing is more interesting than a building with a tremendous history. Period Homes, especially Georgian Town Houses and converted spaces such as shoe factories, chapels or old warehouses, are by far my favorites.

Georgian Splendour. A modern twist on traditional design.

Tall wooden sash windows, high ceilings, wainscoting, stuck and cornices are all traditional features which create a splendid backdrop to this Regency Georgian Dining Room. The fire place turns the grand room into a comfortable and welcoming abode.

Country Kitchen by Neptune Home, England

Converted Farm Houses and Barns have forever been associated with limestone flooring, vintage oak beams, beautiful kitchen furniture and the all important farmhouse sink.

The cozy country kitchen is not the same without a dog napping in the corner, a Sunday roast cooking in the AGA and family and friends gathered around the well loved kitchen table.

We always make sure to add some modern accessories to keep the design from looking dated and old fashioned. Our favorite Kitchens are by Neptune Home, based in Wiltshire England.