A Bookcase and statement sofa

A Bookcase and statement sofa

A yellow sofa adds a pop of colour placed in front of a bookcase
in a converted chapel in Somerset owned by artist
Jonathan Delafield Cook and illustrator Laura Stoddart. The
family took to village life with verve, and turned this chapel into
a home. Built in 1850, it consisted of one big room with Gothic
pointed windows, and a lean-to at the back, tacked on in 1950. In
the main chapel, there was a small stage, with benches all around
the walls, its only decoration a metal scroll inscribed with the
words ‘In God We Trust’. The couple put their trust in the
enlightened local planning official, councillor Martin Lee, who
convinced them to build a second storey repeating the Gothic
windows of the building. This meant they had an elegant home, with
enough space for three bedrooms. 

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