Home Design


With gnarled branches growing through cracked windows and walls crumbling in decay, it was almost as if mother nature was staking her claim on the old Vicarage. But fate intervened and the once proud old building has been transformed into a luxurious modern home.

At the beginning of the project, the Vicarage was completely gutted, leaving only the bare facade. Interior designer Keeley Green, who devoted two years to the project, says there was

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