The spirit of the architectural era, spanning in the U.K. from the early 18th century until the mid-17th century, is contained in this renovated Georgian home. Architect Chris Dyson, renowned for his refurbishing work of historic properties, tackled the task and successfully preserved the whimsical, detail-oriented and Augustan elements of the movement.
The Georgian home boasts busy interior decor that features green accents on white walls and framed-windows. While the fire place is the perfect spot for afternoon tea, a cozy night in or an intellectual conversation, the open space reading nook embraces the vegetation in the outside garden and brightens up the mood.
When renovating the Georgian home, Dyson preserved the antique doors, but also transformed the attic into a second bathroom and the bathroom into a boot room.
Photo Credits: Jo Rodgers