Here we have our latest images created for The Priory in Tetbury. We worked with our client, Stonewood homes, to create visualisations to showcase the incredible original features that the property beholds and give colour back to this stone-walled property. A former priory and more recently a care home, this remarkable 18th century, Grade 2 listed property gave our team lots to work with and reimagine!
Architects Verity and Beverly Ltd recognised the properties obvious potential for grandiose and created a statement start from which our creatives could work from. Already the Cotswold stone walls are combined with huge sash windows that flood light into the internal property, giving literal space for the interiors to go upwards! The high ceilings in each room allow space for the eye to explore and the interior features utilise this with dramatic pendant light fittings by Alex Allen Studio and Triptych art prints on the walls.
The Arne Sofa in its deep orange in the drawing room warms the room and is an obvious accent against the clean white walls and Tania Johnson studio rug. Light fittings in this room, designed by our associate creative, Kaysee, work to provide both artistic decoration and functional light against an already impressive back wall. In the kitchen, Rustic Versailles flooring leaves no area forgotten and continues to showcase the property from floor to ceiling. Our team of in-house creatives chose the visual angles carefully within these images, with an intentional focus on the relation between the original features to the more modern, and functional interior choices. Interior designs made within the bathroom are particularly well suited to such a traditional external property, in particular, the showerheads and taps from Samuel Heaths landmark collection and the brass Mayfair heated towel rail by Rutland Radiators.