The brief for this 16th-century Grade II listed manor house was to completely redesign it to fuse with its gardens to create a contemporary family space for living and entertaining.
A new eighteen-hundred square foot extension was added to house a new kitchen, dining and living space and large sliding glass doors connect the house to its seven-acre park-like gardens.
Original features discovered during the renovation were left uncovered and modern oak trusses were set into the exposed Cotswold stone walls to create a link with the past.
A glass atrium now floods the ground floor with light. The use of bleached-oak flooring, limestone and dark wood in the kitchen along with double-layered linen curtains and textured rugs, soften the expansiveness of the vaulted space.
The house has been brought into the 21st century with all the amenities of modern-day life whilst retaining much of its beautiful history.
Untreated beams and exposed Cotswold stonework emphasise the volume of an open-plan living area and offer the perfect backdrop for this statement rustic clock. Antique Indian fabric cushions and a framed antique Nepalese kimono bring accents of colour to an earthy colour palette in the contemporary living area.
Modern oak trusses and sliding glass doors bring a sense of light and space to this Grade II listed Cotswold manor house. Light floods into the open plan living room and dining room in this Cotswold renovation project.
A striking white contemporary staircase compliments the original Cotswold stone wall and exposed oak trusses in this open-plan dining room. The curved wall helps soften the angles.
The oak trusses define the different areas in this open-plan contemporary living area as well as being a stunning feature.
The chairs and benches were designed by Pippa Paton and made bespoke for the project.
Orange and black leather stools fit under the gallery-style kitchen units.
The contemporary kitchen with bespoke units was designed around the clients’ love of entertaining.
Hard design materials and finishes complement the exposed Cotswold stone walls.
Embracing the dark in the medium sized eclectic formal enclosed living room.
This 3/4 ton stone pedestal basin sits in front of a mirror framed in an upcycled Tudor door frame from the earliest days of this Grade II listed Cotswold manor house.
Deep tones of grey create a masculine shower room enhanced by stunning wall lights.
The clever use of space in this multi-level luxury bathroom makes it highly functional as well as serene.
Natural fabrics, cushions, throws and other accessories are used to add texture to the bedroom
A beautiful sheepskin chaise adds texture and warmth against the exposed Cotswold stone wall and contemporary lines of the mezzanine level, in this redesign of an Oxfordshire manor house by Pippa Paton Design.