A bucolic country compound, located in the heart of Kent, 10 minutes from the coast; nautical decor included.
Spotted on Beach Studios, a locations venture of interior stylists Dave Coote and Atlanta Bartlett, Foster House is a compound of buildings that includes a sculpture studio, a barn, as well as a six-bedroom New England-style maine house that includes tongue and groove paneling, fumed oak flooring, and a tiled scullery—very downstairs Downton Abbey, in short.
Above: In the hearth, nautical artifacts serve as decor (a vintage hook, lengths of rope found on the beach).
Above: A living area in the Openview Barn.
Above: A sun-dappled reading corner.
Above: Stacked wood serves as decor.
Above: A vintage prep table serves as a writing desk, positioned in front of a window.
Above: A straightforward, simple kitchen with lab-style cabinet pulls.
Above: A collection of vintage cake plates.
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