19th century English mansion with French touches
This charming mansion was built in the county of West Saassex in England in 1850. The house has a rich history and a popular in those times French touches: window shutters, crystal chandeliers, old oak panels and neatly tiled floors. Since then, a lot of water has flowed, and the house needed a complete renovation. The owners wanted to create a cozy modern space, but with the mandatory preservation of historical elements. For example, they continued the French theme in the interior and added antique furniture and light, romantic textiles and many details in the spirit of European castles and Provencal villas. The owners ’special love is bathtubs, there are at least three here: two charming legged bathtubs and a metal bathtub that looks spectacular next to a modern glass shower and a velvet ottoman. The mansion is surrounded by forest, ponds and a well-kept garden – where would England be without him. This house is a beautiful story about respect for the past, but with attention to comfort!