The building of this former chapel in England now serves as an exceptional holiday home. This building with a historical appearance was neglected for years. After its renovation, guests now enjoy the homely atmosphere and visit the sights inside the former chapel. Take a look there and enjoy a tin of traditional interior:
The beautiful interior of a former chapel
First, the roof, doors and windows were repaired to prevent further water damage.
The white walls visually provide more space
The original design actually provided three guest bedrooms, a bathroom and a kitchen area (consisting of dining and living room). The reconstruction project has been carried out carefully to ensure that the space is sufficient and the interior remains authentic. The imposing Gothic-style arched windows were part of the former building and have been restored. To complete the overall picture, custom-made window glasses and shutters were added.
High ceilings and large windows in the Gothic style provide plenty of light
The modernized kitchen and dining area is flooded with light because of the numerous windows. The kitchen has modern kitchen accessories like the hanging shelf for pots and pans and the extractor hood. We observe a style mix: country style, industrial and modern style are masterfully combined here.
The table and worktops fit the former rafter roof
The living room is open to the kitchen
The original rafter roof was kept as well.
Seating for all seven guests of the holiday home
There are comfortable seating for guests with numerous decorative cushions available. The warmth of the fireplace creates a romantic atmosphere on cold evenings.
Cosiness prevails in the common living and dining room
The former chapel can now accommodate seven people in three double rooms and one single room. The bed cupboard ensures an optimal division of the room. The wooden wall creates a contrast to the white furniture.
Single room with a great view in white
Style mix and authentic charm
Rural and beautiful both from the outside, as well as from the inside.
Authentic wooden staircase and desk below
The wooden staircase and the coffee table contrast with the otherwise modern decor
Double room in bright white
Wooden railing with retro flair
In the interior a very comfortable and cozy atmosphere was achieved
Cleverly mounted mirror ensures spaciousness
Modern bathroom with vintage elements
Optimal use of space under the roof
The former chapel after the renovation
The chapel from the outside
Rural idyll around the house