Design case study; Bottor Cottage, A Rustic Renaissance



A Rustic Renaissance

Looking out upon the beautiful Dartmoor National Park is the breathtaking Bottor Cottage. Located in a four acre woodland, this stunning property has undergone a seamless renovation using statement luminaries from the Amos Lighting range.

Characteristics of a French provincial villa

With characteristics of a French provincial villa, the interior comprises natural finishes, simple neutral colour palettes and perfectly placed lights, adding a relaxed yet authentic appeal to the property.

Everlasting style

Softly complementing the dining room, Amos Lighting’s neutral-toned pendants provide an eye-catching designer aesthetic whilst delivering everlasting style. In the living room, a creamy industrial floor lamp has been used to bring intrigue to the space, complementing the room with flair and a hint of minimalist style.

A subtle glow of light

In the stairway, an arresting pendant light from the range hangs from the ceiling, providing a subtle glow of light for anyone entering into the top of the property. Intricate wall lights have been strategically placed across the bedroom and bathroom, creating a continuous flow of light and style throughout each room.

Architecture: Van Ellen Sheryn

Lighting Design: Amos Lighting Design


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