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  1. sasha says

    Woah! Just woah!
    So many gorgeous patterns and design in your home. Especially the wall/ Floor tiles and washbasin cabinet

  2. CV says

    Your house looks beaut. What a treasure trove. Really love the print above the log burner do you know who the artist is?

    • Karen Knox says

      Thank you. And yes, it’s called “Is Hate Too Strong a Word” by Lucy McLauchlan. Your best bet is eBay as they’re hard to find these days. I’ve had this for about 11 or so years now. Good luck!

      • CV says

        Amazing thanks for the info. It sure is hard to track down! I’ll keep my eyes out for one but probs a long shot now. Carry on creating beautiful colourful rooms. I love it xx

  3. CV says

    Amazing thanks for the info. It sure is hard to track down! I’ll keep my eyes out for one but probs a long shot now. Carry on creating beautiful colourful rooms. I love it xx

  4. Lizzy Parker says

    Gorgeous gorgeous details! Radom questions but are your Victorian doors original? we are looking to replace ours (they are the awful cheap mdf type) with knotty pine type and I don’t know whether to go for reclaimed or buy new and stain. Thanks!

    • Karen Knox says

      Thanks Lizzy. No the doors aren’t original as our house is a 1960’s semi. They were already fitted when we bought the house. Look to be cheap as chips ones from B&Q or something. Very light weight. Good luck with your search!

  5. I just love your home! truly beautiful! Could you tell me how you got the concrete effect in the study / office area? I really want to create this in my home, ideally would love to try to do it myself (on a very tight budget).

  6. Your place looks awesome! I was wondering where the print above the firepace is from?

    • Karen Knox says

      Thank you! The print is called “Is Hate Too Strong a Word” by Lucy McLauchlan.

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