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Christmas house tour: Explore this rustic converted barn in Hampshire

November 26, 2020

This beautiful rustic barn has been transformed with festive decorations and cosy touches just in time for the holidays.

converted barn festive

Image: Brent Darby

Each Christmas, Natalie Woods’ Hampshire barn is transformed with seasonal foliage and candles for a beautiful festive twist. Take a tour of her super cosy and Christmassy home.

Festive dining

festive tablescape

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‘We love to entertain, and opening the space up between the kitchen, living room and extension has made it a much more sociable home,’ says Natalie. The table and bench are from Cox & Cox and the reproduction Tolix chairs from Cult Furniture.

Luxe living

country living room

Image: Brent Darby

The original living area adjacent to the dining room creates a relaxed space for pre-Christmas lunch drinks. The console table and footstool are from Haus, with the sofas and jute rug from IKEA. The French herbier wall art, found at Hill & Co Home creates a subtle feature wall.

Vaulted extension

converted barn festive

Image: Brent Darby

Taking centre stage for the Christmas festivities, a woodburner from Woodwarm Stoves adds a welcoming glow to the new space. The 6ft Grand Spruce from The White Company is classically dressed, with a Swedish coffee table from Haus complementing the rustic ambience.

Country kitchen

country style kitchen

Image: Brent Darby

This country style design by Howdens also features a secondhand Aga, with the rustic Champagne sign above, sourced from Hill & Co Home, a nod to Natalie’s French heritage.

Serene bedroom

country style bedroom design

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This relaxing retreat is decorated in a palette of grey, stone and chambray blue shades. The cast-iron bed from Feather & Black, alongside a distressed wood shelf, mirror and side tables from Haus, complete the look.

 

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