However, the couple also overhauled the interiors, adding a kitchen and a conservatory, and doing a redesign inside.
They worked with architect Charles Morris, who worked on Prince Charles’ Highgrove house, and hired designer Ben Pentreath.
The designer has a background in Art History. According to his website he “is renowned for creating a distinctive and playful style – that draws inspiration in equal measure from the great English practitioners of the 1960s and 70s, and from historical interiors of every period, but all infused with a fresh modern sensibility.”
House & Garden featured Ben in their Top 100 designers in 2019 and said: “Ben speaks the language of English decoration in all its eccentric, comfortable and faded glory. Don’t be surprised to see Ikea and eBay finds sitting happily alongside an Ivon Hitchens.”
What can the Anmer Hall redesign tell us about Kate’s style and how can fans emulate the gorgeous country home?
Express.co.uk spoke with TV interior designer and expert, Steph Briggs.
The expert explained how the couple have modernised the property, taking it away from how it would originally have been decorated.
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