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CONTACTS/ SUPPLIERS


INTERIOR DESIGNER Marcus Crane


mccullyandcrane.com


BUILDER Jon Steele from Horst Construction horstconstruction.com


ARCHITECT Trewin Design Architects trewin-design.co.uk


LANDSCAPER Barry Lewis-Langley 01840 250894 07376 528031


langleybarry@gmail.com


ELECTRICIAN Terry Graves Electrical terrygraveselectrical.co.uk


PLUMBING MPA Plumbing (Launceston) 01566 779613


the north-facing and south-facing views. The warmth that the light creates makes the underfloor heating virtually redundant during many months of the year, although a welcome addition for winter use when even Cornish thermometers can approach zero.


ECLECTIC DESIGN


The interior of the building is a reflection of the family who own it. Much of the eclectic mix of ‘industrial luxe’ furniture, Moroccan tassel fringed bed throws, vintage anglepoise lamps and vibrant art work have been sourced by Ken and his family from fairs, antique shops, and eBay. Interior designer Marcus brought in


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century Persian granary oak dining table dominates (it was found in a barn in Iran before being stored in a warehouse). The living area features leopard print fireside seating, and the walls are clad in timber reclaimed from the original house – complete with old holes for pipes. Piano legs have been repurposed as lampstands and a wagon wheel found on the property is now a lamp base. A central feature is the 1970s glass-topped display table, which has been brought back to life by ebonising the wood and inserting beautiful blue butterflies. A unique architectural touch here is the clever disappearing wall that separates the kitchen/dining room from the living room to maximise the versatility of the space. Upstairs the large master suite (at an impressive 50 m2


fabrics from designers such as Romo, Emin, Lewis & Wood and Savannah. An open-plan living/kitchen area dominates the downstairs, where an unusual copper-clad kitchen featuring deep smoked oak flooring leads into the dining space where a 3.5 metre- long 18th


) is a real lesson in luxury;


there’s a giant bed, smothered in sumptuous throws, a seating area, and direct access to the balcony which runs across the rear first floor so the sea views are enjoyed to the fullest. In one corner, a decadent bespoke cocktail bar beckons, its construction reminiscent of the highly-polished hull of an old wooden sailboat. But it’s the bathroom that brings a bit of a gasp – featuring a stunning William Holland brass bath, where a porthole window goes through the bedroom to the floor length windows and the view


september/october 2017


TEXTILES Merchant and Mills handprinted Indian fabrics merchantandmills.com


BATHS William Holland williamholland.com


LIGHTING & MIRRORS Alex MacArthur Interiors alexmacarthur.co.uk


SANITARYWARE St James Collection stjamescollection.com


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