RIGHT AT HOME.
Kitchen table "It creates an illusion of space as it only has one central leg as opposed to four, thus making it feel less cluttered and more airy in what is a relatively small space."
Open shelving "The open shelving and painted panels combine to create a homely backdrop for the dining table and chairs. The earthy tones used inside complement the colours found in the surrounding countryside. Rather than painting the whole of the wall, panels of soft colour articulate the space throughout, creating a calm interior."
JULIE'S TOP FINISHING TOUCHES ceiling windows "They are great as they bring the outside in and again make the space feel bigger than it is. In summer you can open them right up and the views and sense of freedom and isolation are wonderful."
Le Creuset kettle "The bright orange kettle adds a flash of colour in an otherwise very subtle colour palette, complementing the blue of the kitchen. It also whistles, which people love. It adds a really homely feel to the place."
"It was painted by Maggie Savage and ties in all the colours used throughout the bothy, bringing a feeling of calm in an otherwise hectic world."
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|Publication:||Sunday Mail (Glasgow, Scotland)|
|Date:||Mar 22, 2015|
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