Located in a village outside Bristol, this modern, stone-clad house had, before its renovation, a very cold, dark and claustrophobic kitchen with a confused layout. Because of this, owners Peter Flach and Lisa Lloyd-Flach redesigned it with clever use of retro toughes. The kitchen was moved next to the living space, with a large oval window cut into the connecting wall. With the retro orange walls and gunmetal-grey cabinets, the kitchen now has a amazing Mid-Century feel. The stairwell is one of the most dramatic features of the house with an oval first-floor landing and purple walls and doors that matches the front door. The bedroom has a glazed box bay window overlooking the countryside with a mesmerising view. Upstairs is another retro space, clad entirely in raw strawboard. This makes the room cosy and workmanlike with full of Mid-Century Feel Cork floors and exposed brick lend the otherwise traditionally white bathroom warmth. Photograph: Holly Jolliffe
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Handmade in brass with the lampshade in aluminum and black textile cord, the loyal COLEMAN standing lamp could be an ideal working buddy to be near the ofﬁce couch or desk of this special house.
Inspired by HERBIE HANCOCK’s great personality, The charismatic Herbie standing lamp should greatly fit the look of this house. With bright colors, Herbie will bring a modern, cosy and a Mid-Century Feel to the house.