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sneak peek: adelle robinson

by anne

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our first sneak peek of the day features the west yorkshire home of adelle robinson and justin keefe, co-owners of the online shop h is for home, specializing in one off, vintage and handmade items.ย  originally two back to back weaver/mill workers’ cottages from the 1800s that were later combined into one house – 4 bedrooms, 3 floors – retain a lot of its original features with beams, exposed stone walls and fireplaces. i’m loving how they’re able to mix rustic antiques along with vintage pieces from the 50s, 60s and 70s. clickย here for more, full-sized images, and if you’re looking for great pieces to roundout your home, check out their online shop here. [thanks adelle and justin!] anne

[above:ย upstairs lounge with 1960s fibreglass and teak rocket lamp]

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Kitchen diner.

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Kitchen sink area with antique butcher’s block, old school slate and 1960s Pontesa crockery.

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Downstairs lounge with 1950s Ercol coffee table, 1960s wicker chair with footstool by Franco Albini. Hand knitted woollen throw, large 1960s oil on canvas by Gerald French.

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upstairs lounge with vintage 1960s leatherette swivel chair & footstool, hand knitted woolen cushion cover, 1960s hooped pottery lamp by Royal Doulton on a 1950s G-plan coffee table.

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master bedroom with antique candle box and chest of drawers, 1960s anglepoise lamp. Original food safe now being used as bookshelves.

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kitchen diner fireplace with antique hanging hooks, mug cosies & vintage 1960s plates on mantle.

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Welsh wool coats hanging on the landing. 1970s pastel by Geoffrey Key.

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Bathroom shelf with leather and wooden storage cases, vintage studio pottery and tile.

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Master bedroom fireplace with 18th century oil painting and 1960s glass apple.

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