Georgian House, West Sussex

Photo Credit: Robert Sanderson
Design: Spencer Swaffer Antiques

Banks of Annabel's hydrangeas flank the shiny sky blue front door gracing the entrance to this Georgian house in Arundel. John Constable stayed here about two hundred years ago and even today the elegantly symmetrical facade remains unchanged. Once past the front door, all similarity to the formality of that by gone era fades in an instant. Colourful contemporary paintings greet you, mixed with a delightful creative kaleidoscope of furnishings, artefacts and paintings, spanning many different centuries from many European capitals.


This beautiful bathroom is part of a project by Spencer Swaffer Antiques in Arundel, West Sussex and was published in the August 2016 issue of Homes & Antiques. The centre piece of the bathroom is our beautiful Tamar cast iron roll top bath which has been polished to give it an eye-catching shine that reflects the light. The large panoramic window frames the view and provides a perfect background for the bath. It gleams in the natural light of the space and elegantly pairs with the chrome Double Lowther Vanity Basin with Arabescato Marble, the 6-Bar wall mounted towel rail and the bathroom accessories that were used to maintain high levels of daylight.

—  Houzz
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