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Interior Insights: Roseywood Interiors

Interior Insights: Roseywood Interiors

Embracing a timeless neutral aesthetic married with earthy accents and modern-country flair, from the kitchen to the boot room, let us show you around the interior of the Roseywood renovation designed by bespoke handmade cabinetry manufacturer, Holly Oak House

Arleana shares, “The property needed a full renovation and remodelling but with views of the hills and a stream running through the garden, we knew it would be a perfect home to start and build our family. The property was beyond outdated, needing a full electrical re-wire, a new heating system and lots of structural support for our new architectural vision of creating a more Georgian-style home.”

Interior Insights: The Kitchen

A space that beautifully emulates the lived-in quiet luxury look, Arleana’s kitchen marries warm neutrals with rustic wooden finishes for an earthy feel.

Features our Grove collection in our satin antique satin lacquered finish.

Arleana notes, “I always knew I wanted an antique mirror splashback to allow even more light and character. It’s so nice being able to cook and also look in the mirror to see what going on behind with my family.”

Features our Grove collection in our satin antique satin lacquered finish.

The bamboo details of our Grove collection add a touch of organic charm to the kitchen cabinetry. Get the look and team the hardware with painted joinery in a chalky off-white shade like Slipper Satin by Farrow and Ball.

Features our Grove collection in our satin antique satin lacquered finish.

On her favourite feature of the kitchen, Arleana says, “It’s a difficult choice between the pantry cupboard or the oversized island - the pantry provides so much additional space and organisation but I just love the large island for hosting dinner parties too.”

Interior Insights: The Utility

In the utility room, pearlescent scalloped wall tiles create visual interest in the sink area. Adorned with traditional brass accents, the neutral interior demonstrates how to curate a timeless aesthetic without compromising on personality.

Features our Cotswold, Handsworth and Aberdovey collections, all in our aged brass finish.

Framing the tiling and counter below, a single wall shelf creates a place to display decorative objects. A traditional pot rail with s hooks is a practical place to hang everyday items.

Features our Cotswold Pot Rail and Handsworth Shelf Bracket, both in our aged brass finish.

Shell-shaped hardware adds instant character and charm to the joinery and presents a fluent feel within the room as a continuation of the scalloped shapes seen elsewhere in the space.

Features our Aberdovey collection in our aged brass finish.

Arleana notes, “Both our kitchen and utility features traditional cabinetry that will stand the test of time. We wanted the area to flow and love the look and feel of raw materials which is why we chose an oak island to bring a touch of the outside in. The detail of an in-frame gives a cohesive feel and we couldn’t be happier with our choices.”

Interior Insights: The Bootroom

A fresh and functional design, this light and airy boot room was originally part of the kitchen before being knocked down and reconfigured to make space for a functional boot room. Showcasing floor-to-ceiling tongue and groove panelling, this feature gives the petite space its own identity, whilst still channelling the colour scheme from the kitchen and utility room.

Features our Hat & Coat Hook and Aberdovey collection, both in our aged brass finish.

Choose classic accessories like wall hooks to effortlessly store items like aprons and brooms; this simple addition will naturally incorporate the room’s apparatus to form part of the styling too.

Features our Hat & Coat Hook in our aged brass finish.

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