A country property in Surrey has emerged from a three-year makeover as one of the region’s standout homes.
The 17,000 sq ft property, in an undisclosed location with “magnificent” views, has been reworked by London-based studio Helen Green Design, with bespoke joinery and furniture pieces throughout.
The completed interior is described by the team as “a timeless British design paired with a contemporary country aesthetic”.
Highlights include the powder room, a “jewellery box” inspired by the clients’ love of Annabel’s bathroom, incorporating De Gournay’s hand painted wallpaper and carefully curated stone.
“The suite was configured to enhance our client’s quality of life on different work schedules and complement individual tastes within one space,” explained the design team. “Our brief was to create a strongly masculine and feminine space, uniting with harmony in the shared bedroom.”
Along with the main house, there are several outbuildings on the estate, including a guest pavilion, pool house and stables.
Founded by the late Helen Green in 2002, the Chelsea-based studio is now part of the Allect International Design Group alongside Rigby & Rigby and Lawson Robb.
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