Wednesday, 9 May 2012

The Linen Shed

This home, which is also now a Bed & Breakfast, is called The Linen Shed and is located near Faversham in England. It originally was a Great War army drill hall, then it became a dance and social hall for soldiers and locals and later it was a cinema – the Lucarno. If you are interested in reading the whole story behind this house just click on the link at the end of the post.

A planted american style veranda

Shabby Chic Dinning table and interior

Colonial Style living room

Colonial Style living room

Hallway with bathroom in background

Bell Jar containing a rose on a side table

Moving down the stairs a Large hand made mirror hangs above the stairs

Breakfast Tray with tea cups and flowers

Muted kitchen with ironing boad in the foreground

Bathroom with a traditional shower over the bath

An old sink that is now used as a potting bench

Veranda with plants and hanging baskets

Veranda with plants and hanging baskets

Photography by David Merewether
All images from here.

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  1. This is lovely Kifus...I especially love those old colonial planter chairs in the sitting room reminds me of my childhood home!

    Jenny M
    London, UK

  2. Kifus,
    What a sweet house. I noticed that the crown molding appears to be plaster...there were parts missing in one of the photographs. I can only imagine how pleasant to be a guest at the B&B. I'll click on the link and read more after this. Thank you.

  3. Wow, Kifus, what a beautiful bed and breakfast. I love the gorgeous floors and the table for two in the first image...fabulous!!

  4. Kifus! I LOVE LOVE LOVE this house! I read the write up about and love it even more now that I know it was once a dance hall for romantic! This might be one of my very favorites that you've shared:)

  5. DI - VINE!!!!! Love this sooo much. What a beautiful home- it looks so comfy and inviting. The garden is gorgeous aswell. The house has a fascinating history, will go over to the link and read more. Just gorgeous Kifus! BTW, thank you SO much for all your lovely comments on my blog - really appreciated!!!


  6. Oh, be still my heart! Honey, where do you find all these beauties!! They lift the spirit! Thank you, thank you!

    xoxo Sabrina


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