1940s Belgian oak armoire with painted factory lampshades in Quaker style kitchen with granite worktops

1940s Belgian oak armoire with painted factory lampshades in Quaker style kitchen with granite worktops

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Photographer: © living4media / von Einsiedel, Andreas Portrait
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Location:Sussex, UK
Print size: approx. 62.31 × 41.59 cm at 300 dpi
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19th century portrait of a French priest is informal dining area with oak table and Hungarian bench seat Early 19th century crystal chandelier above traditional French school desk with ebonized side chair 18th century Linen-covered Napoleon armchair on casters with early 19th century crystal chandelier and traditional French school desk 1940s Belgian oak armoire with painted factory lampshades in Quaker style kitchen with granite worktops

Keywords

18Th Century 1940's Belgian bright colours China Cabinet China Cupboard Country House Style Cream-Colored Cream-Coloured Fitted Kitchen Furniture Granite Granite countertop Granite work surface Indoor Indoors Industrial lamps inside Inside Interior Interior Decoration Interior Design Island Unit Kitchen Kitchen Island Kitchen Island Unit Kitchen Living Room Lamp Shade Lampshade Light Lightish Living Room Kitchen Middle block No One Nobody No-One oak cabinet Range Series Style terrace access Tile Floor Tiled Floor Timber Door Wooden Door

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A Genuine Antique

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Fran Fudge's 18th-century home in West Sussex has an uncluttered and calm feel

When Fran and Brian bought this beamed home that dates back to 1704, they immediately set about planning how to adapt the house to 21st century family life, without destroying the character of the historic, listed building. The house is furnished in antiques, which Fran brings back from her frequent trips to France, where she also sources antiques for her nearby shop in the picturesque Ardingly.
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