Cathy Dean Interior Design
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SIXTIES BUNGALOW - HEXHAM

Who said a rural home has to be country kitsch? Not us!

This space is an outstanding example of how a modern take on an old building can really show off it’s original features. From concrete walls to chevron bespoke joinery matching the original beams this beautiful barn is full of those extra special touches and my can you see them shine. The base of a neutral pallet is livened up with dramatic blacks, dark woods and textures throughout the house all of them complimenting this glorious setting perfectly.

RENNOVATED BUNGALOW - HEXHAM

The unassuming frontage of this 1950’s bungalow hides a rather spectacular interior, with the dining room and old lean to kitchen transformed into the kitchen space and a beautiful vaulted extension completing the open plan space it is far more than the modest bungalow it once was. The transformation did not stop there with the master bedroom now hosting a spectacular bespoke headboard & one of our infamous ikea hack to its robes, this space is now a relaxation space for the owners as well as a place to sleep.

PHOTO CREDIT - KATIE LEE