When architect Bastien Halard and his wife, landscape architect Miranda Brooks first acquired the 17th century Gloucestershire farmhouse they now call home, a watercourse was running directly underneath the property. This was just one of the many challenges the pair faced in restoring their centuries-old home. Drawing inspiration from local Jacobean Revival architecture, along with the area's lush, leafy countryside, the pair managed to give their home a breezy, modern update without sacrificing its original charm. Get the look with similar items from Lee Stanton by clicking through the galleries below.
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Photo: François Halard for The World of Interiors.