It is almost quite hard to believe that Oxfordshire Hall is a new build property. The exterior is a combination of Cotswold stone and render with very classic Georgian architecture and symmetry. Conversely, the interior is an eclectic collection of antique pieces and design influences through the ages, all with quietly contemporary undertones. We wanted the interior to feel very much ageless and as though slowly curated over time.
Every room in the property has grand proportions. This volume combined with the large sash windows means Oxfordshire Hall is full of natural light and space. No two rooms are remotely the same – another key part of our brief. The core hues throughout the home include smokey greys and inky blues, so there was subtle continuity, but otherwise, every room was an independent design concept.
Oxfordshire Hall also showcases our largest commissioned piece of furniture – a grand bookcase in solid walnut with detailed mouldings. We designed it here at The White Hart and had it made by our trusted artisan makers.