Manor House Stables By AR Design Studio

Posted in Architecture
By Sam Bathe on 18 Apr 2013

Converted from an old stable block, AR Design Studio‘s Manor House Stables, in Hampshire, England, is a fantastic three-bedroom, single-storey house. Having to transform the Grade II listed building without removing any of the period features, the exposed brickwork and timber partitions throughout add real character and warmth. The three bedrooms are situated on the western end, with the kitchen and dining room in the middle and a lounge and small terrace to the east. Old horse troughs are used as sink basins and tethering rings as towel hoops to finish off the property.

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