It was my pleasure to be contacted by Interior Designer, Nicola Gill who, back in Summer 2022, ordered two of my wallpapers to add to her renovation of this amazing property.
The Old Stout House
Built in the 1700s as a Public House, The Old Stout House
has been lovingly renovated to create quirky, boutique hotel-style accommodation. It is situated at the heart of historic Rye, Sussex, UK, with its cobbled streets, historic pubs, antique shops and medieval houses.
The converted Public House is brimming over with original features. Nicola has combined these with exquisite designer touches to create a captivating mix of modern comforts, vintage finds and vibrant décor.
Stepping inside the timber-framed, black-clad historic house, you’ll discover a delightful array of wonky floors, twisting stairs and beautiful beams. Expect to find vivid colours, bold patterns and quirky furnishings in these eye-catching rooms.
The property is stunning and I love the maximalist trend throughout - the clashing patterns, the layering of furnishings and eclectic accessories. She has created a house that is both visually stunning and inviting. I was so impressed by how she really allowed my wallpapers shine, but how they also become a cohesive part of the room.
The rooms feel like a cocoon of delicious-ness and I can’t wait to book my own trip to the house.
Nicola recently did a Q&A with Fabric Magazine where she chats about reviving this property and her personal style.
You can read the whole article here
Should you wish to treat yourself to a holiday (and beat me to it) in this amazing property can be booked via Airbnb here*:
Do send me over some wallpaper selfies if you get to the house!! :)
Til next time!
(*Please note that I am not affiliated with this property and I receive no money or financial compensation from you booking this accommodation).