New life of 19th century English chapel

Before Evolution Design bureau took over the reconstruction, this 19th-century chapel in England was empty for more than a decade. The chapel is in walking distance from the picturesque Northern Peninsky mountains and the High Force waterfall – an ideal place for rest and walks, so the dilapidated building had to be urgently saved. A global restoration of ceilings, facades and floors was necessary here: for many years without people, everything was rotten and needed to be replaced. Now, this is a beautiful country house with elements of country style! Four small bedrooms, a spacious living room, and a kitchen for seven people. Hardly such a cozy house, in a building with a 200-year history, located in one of the most beautiful regions of England, will be empty.

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Maria is the lead author at She finished faculty of journalism and art school, works in the field of PR and has a special passion for cozy interiors. Warm and soulful interiors where the life is felt are really close to her.
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Comments: 7
  1. Елена

    Стильно, дом с “корнями”

  2. olga

    Krasivo, no zhit v kapelle kakto zhutko, kto ego znaet chto tam proishodila, strashnovato

  3. артур

    супер, умеют реставрировать….
    очень понравилось

  4. Агата

    Да,много вкуса и труда вложено. Только, действительно, страшновато:никого вокруг Или я ужастиков и триллеров насмотрелась.

  5. Анна

    Волшебный дом. Сказочный пейзаж. Но мне и на фото “До” все очень нравится :) Люблю развалинки и обожаю Британию.
    Единственное что, я бы поспорила с гостиной. Особенно, с картиной. Хочется больше уюта, традиций и Англии. Все остальные поещения прекрасны.

    1. Serge Pufik

      Полностью согласен на счет гостиной – это пожалуй наименее удачный интерьер во всем доме)

  6. Алена

    Ванна на ножках и люстра – мечта!!! классно.

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