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Trending on Remodelista: 5 Design Ideas from the British Isles

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Trending on Remodelista: 5 Design Ideas from the British Isles

September 29, 2017

This week the Remodelista editors imported design inspiration from the British Isles. Here are five of their favorite ideas:

Curb Appeal

Slate roof, check. Gravel path, check. This week we checked into a craftsman&#8\2\17;s cottage holiday home in the hamlet of Semley in rural Wiltshire. See more in this week&#8\2\17;s Lodging post.
Above: Slate roof, check. Gravel path, check. This week we checked into a craftsman’s cottage holiday home in the hamlet of Semley in rural Wiltshire. See more in this week’s Lodging post.

Lighting

From British mainstay Anglepoise, a new collection of ceramic lights made with bone china shades for soft diffused light. See more in this week&#8\2\17;s Lighting post.
Above: From British mainstay Anglepoise, a new collection of ceramic lights made with bone china shades for soft diffused light. See more in this week’s Lighting post.

Small Space Living

We visited a \200-year-old stone cottage on the west coast of Ireland where Superfolk&#8\2\17;s Gearoid Muldowney and Jo Anne Butler tend a long flower garden and vegetable plot, “just as the original family living in this terrace did.” See more in this week&#8\2\17;s House Call post.
Above: We visited a 200-year-old stone cottage on the west coast of Ireland where Superfolk’s Gearoid Muldowney and Jo Anne Butler tend a long flower garden and vegetable plot, “just as the original family living in this terrace did.” See more in this week’s House Call post.

Toasters

Based in Bookham, Surrey, England, Rowlett Rutland introduced the first commercial toaster to the world in \1946 and a domestic two-slot version a year later. See more models in this week&#8\2\17;s Object of Desire post.
Above:Based in Bookham, Surrey, England, Rowlett Rutland introduced the first commercial toaster to the world in 1946 and a domestic two-slot version a year later. See more models in this week’s Object of Desire post.

Remodeling 101

Above: What’s the difference between herringbone and chevron patterns? See this week’s Remodeling 101 post.

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