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Product Feature: Channel 4's George Clarke's Old House, New Home

Amazing Productions has teamed up with Channel 4 to bring back a fourth series of George Clarke’s Old House, New Home, showing on Thursday nights at 8pm.

The third episode, which aired on Thursday 4th July, features two builds in Leamington Spa and Mellor, Greater Manchester.

The original kitchen in the 200-year-old farmhouse in Mellor was dark and dingy and had an awkward, fragmented layout.

By brightening up the original wooden beams and adding a lick of polish to the flagstone flooring, it’s instantly opened up into a welcoming social space, with the added bonus of a breakfast bar.

The room created by R & R Kitchens includes not one but two Armac Martin hardware collections: The Rotunda and Withenshaw, both in a satin antique satin lacquer finish.

The bronze accents of the Withenshaw drawer pulls and Rotunda cabinet knobs emit a functional but rustic feel, in keeping with the farm’s original roots.

Although the Withenshaw collection offers a classic look most suited to shaker style kitchens, and the Rotunda collection is a deco inspired range of solid-brass machined knobs and pulls, the two work effortlessly together in this stunning space.

The bank of coloured country-style units, flecked granite worktops and traditional butler’s sink allow the room to remain traditional, with a luxury touch throughout.

If you missed it, catch up on the episode here:

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