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Lindley Hurst

Residential Interior Design Project £200k+
Lindley Hurst.
Beautiful two tone, painted country kitchen.
Family space, kitchen and dining.
Industrial style display cabinet.
Details, pretty mixed with industrial.
Classically designed drawing room in pastel shades.
Soft colour scheme, chair and cushion.
Carefully considered detailing in the drawing room.
Grown up dining space with teal accents.
Cushions in the orangery.
The link, with custom designed storage.
Fabulous accessorising in the link.
Luxurious sauna and spa.
Buddha's new home, all the way from Thailand!
Making an entrance, the grand hallway.
Super cool WC with Barnaby Gates wallpaper.
Gorgeous space for the youngest member of the family.
Super sweet detailing.
The impressive master bedroom suite.
Gorgeous cushion colours and texture.
Designer's Guild fabric detail, master bedroom curtains.
The boutique style master bathroom.
The 'butterfly' bedroom with fab yellow colourscheme.
Butterfly bedroom details.
The cinema room, bar and pool room.
Pool table and cinema room.
Bar area details, yellow and grey.
The basement hallway.
The wine cellar with original vaulted brick ceiling.
Basement WC with Penguin Classics wallpaper.
Works in progress.
Master bedroom before and after.
Link and wine cellar before and after.
A piece of history, a boxing match at Lindley Hurst!
With local interest high, Lindley Hurst featured in Lancashire Life.
Master bedroom style sheet.
Drawing room style sheet.
Yellow bedroom style sheet.
Study style sheet.
Nursery style sheet.
Master suite visual.
Example decorating schedule.
Example electrical layout.
Bathroom elevation.

Curve present the conversion of a derelict Victorian manor house in Lancashire, back into a stunning family home as Project of the Year 2015. We were approached by the client back in 2012 and, following initial visits to the site, began the journey of completely reimagining the space.

The brief was to create a dream home out of a building that although then abandoned obviously had huge potential to become something special. During early 2015 we completed works on this beautiful property which has proved to be one of our most interesting and successful projects to date.

Lindley Hurst was built in 1865 and over the past 150 years has variously been a residential dwelling and latterly the renowned 'Lindley Hotel' and restaurant, so local interest in the project was very high.

The house has a fascinating history which made working there very interesting - photographs and layouts from the building's past surfaced during the work (informing some of the decision making), along with stories about previous inhabitants (even rumours of the odd haunting!) all added to the character of the property.

With this in mind it was critical to get the design of the house just right - do justice to the building itself as well as creating a home for a young family to enjoy. The clients wanted to create a look that was a 'modern take on a period house', combining tastes to work up schemes that everyone in the family would love.