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Exterior facade of a Grade II former Post Office in Dorset with picket fence Grade II listed converted village post office in Dorset, UK owned by furniture maker Jonathan Sainsbury and his wife Victoria + their 4 children (ages range from six to eighteen). Property had been empty for 7 years and was completely dilapidated. Over almost a year and a half the Sainsburys restored, repaired and rebuilt the crumbling building, extending into the garden behind, including a vast underground family room. The whole of the original house had to be underpinned and each chimney had to be taken down and reassembled. Intricately carved side tables, fine paintings and rococo gilt mirrors jostle for attention alongside classical busts, and monumental marble columns. Jonathan's great grandfather Daniel Sainsbury founded the family cabinet making business. Jonathan's company specialises in making fine reproduction furniture inspired by 18th & 19th century masters
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Jonathan and Victoria Sainsbury Grade II listed converted village post office in Dorset, UK owned by furniture maker Jonathan Sainsbury and his wife Victoria + their 4 children (ages range from six to eighteen). Property had been empty for 7 years and was completely dilapidated. Over almost a year and a half the Sainsburys restored, repaired and rebuilt the crumbling building, extending into the garden behind, including a vast underground family room. The whole of the original house had to be underpinned and each chimney had to be taken down and reassembled. Intricately carved side tables, fine paintings and rococo gilt mirrors jostle for attention alongside classical busts, and monumental marble columns. Jonathan's great grandfather Daniel Sainsbury founded the family cabinet making business. Jonathan's company specialises in making fine reproduction furniture inspired by 18th & 19th century masters
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Circular table in entrance hall with antique rugs and leopard print upholstered settee Grade II listed converted village post office in Dorset, UK owned by furniture maker Jonathan Sainsbury and his wife Victoria + their 4 children (ages range from six to eighteen). Property had been empty for 7 years and was completely dilapidated. Over almost a year and a half the Sainsburys restored, repaired and rebuilt the crumbling building, extending into the garden behind, including a vast underground family room. The whole of the original house had to be underpinned and each chimney had to be taken down and reassembled. Intricately carved side tables, fine paintings and rococo gilt mirrors jostle for attention alongside classical busts, and monumental marble columns. Jonathan's great grandfather Daniel Sainsbury founded the family cabinet making business. Jonathan's company specialises in making fine reproduction furniture inspired by 18th & 19th century masters
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Circular table in entrance hall with antique rugs and leopard print upholstered settee Grade II listed converted village post office in Dorset, UK owned by furniture maker Jonathan Sainsbury and his wife Victoria + their 4 children (ages range from six to eighteen). Property had been empty for 7 years and was completely dilapidated. Over almost a year and a half the Sainsburys restored, repaired and rebuilt the crumbling building, extending into the garden behind, including a vast underground family room. The whole of the original house had to be underpinned and each chimney had to be taken down and reassembled. Intricately carved side tables, fine paintings and rococo gilt mirrors jostle for attention alongside classical busts, and monumental marble columns. Jonathan's great grandfather Daniel Sainsbury founded the family cabinet making business. Jonathan's company specialises in making fine reproduction furniture inspired by 18th & 19th century masters
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Circular table in entrance hall with ornately carved chippendale copy mirrors and mounted antlers Grade II listed converted village post office in Dorset, UK owned by furniture maker Jonathan Sainsbury and his wife Victoria + their 4 children (ages range from six to eighteen). Property had been empty for 7 years and was completely dilapidated. Over almost a year and a half the Sainsburys restored, repaired and rebuilt the crumbling building, extending into the garden behind, including a vast underground family room. The whole of the original house had to be underpinned and each chimney had to be taken down and reassembled. Intricately carved side tables, fine paintings and rococo gilt mirrors jostle for attention alongside classical busts, and monumental marble columns. Jonathan's great grandfather Daniel Sainsbury founded the family cabinet making business. Jonathan's company specialises in making fine reproduction furniture inspired by 18th & 19th century masters
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Circular table in entrance hall with ornately carved chippendale copy mirrors and mounted antlers Grade II listed converted village post office in Dorset, UK owned by furniture maker Jonathan Sainsbury and his wife Victoria + their 4 children (ages range from six to eighteen). Property had been empty for 7 years and was completely dilapidated. Over almost a year and a half the Sainsburys restored, repaired and rebuilt the crumbling building, extending into the garden behind, including a vast underground family room. The whole of the original house had to be underpinned and each chimney had to be taken down and reassembled. Intricately carved side tables, fine paintings and rococo gilt mirrors jostle for attention alongside classical busts, and monumental marble columns. Jonathan's great grandfather Daniel Sainsbury founded the family cabinet making business. Jonathan's company specialises in making fine reproduction furniture inspired by 18th & 19th century masters
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George III period mahogany secretaire painted in a red mixed by Farrow & Ball by stone fireplace Grade II listed converted village post office in Dorset, UK owned by furniture maker Jonathan Sainsbury and his wife Victoria + their 4 children (ages range from six to eighteen). Property had been empty for 7 years and was completely dilapidated. Over almost a year and a half the Sainsburys restored, repaired and rebuilt the crumbling building, extending into the garden behind, including a vast underground family room. The whole of the original house had to be underpinned and each chimney had to be taken down and reassembled. Intricately carved side tables, fine paintings and rococo gilt mirrors jostle for attention alongside classical busts, and monumental marble columns. Jonathan's great grandfather Daniel Sainsbury founded the family cabinet making business. Jonathan's company specialises in making fine reproduction furniture inspired by 18th & 19th century masters
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Regency style ribbon and eagle wall lights flank the entrance to a sitting room Grade II listed converted village post office in Dorset, UK owned by furniture maker Jonathan Sainsbury and his wife Victoria + their 4 children (ages range from six to eighteen). Property had been empty for 7 years and was completely dilapidated. Over almost a year and a half the Sainsburys restored, repaired and rebuilt the crumbling building, extending into the garden behind, including a vast underground family room. The whole of the original house had to be underpinned and each chimney had to be taken down and reassembled. Intricately carved side tables, fine paintings and rococo gilt mirrors jostle for attention alongside classical busts, and monumental marble columns. Jonathan's great grandfather Daniel Sainsbury founded the family cabinet making business. Jonathan's company specialises in making fine reproduction furniture inspired by 18th & 19th century masters
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Pair of fluted mahogany peat buckets in front of fireplace in sitting room with Farrow & Ball Calke Green and Tunsgate Green painted walls Grade II listed converted village post office in Dorset, UK owned by furniture maker Jonathan Sainsbury and his wife Victoria + their 4 children (ages range from six to eighteen). Property had been empty for 7 years and was completely dilapidated. Over almost a year and a half the Sainsburys restored, repaired and rebuilt the crumbling building, extending into the garden behind, including a vast underground family room. The whole of the original house had to be underpinned and each chimney had to be taken down and reassembled. Intricately carved side tables, fine paintings and rococo gilt mirrors jostle for attention alongside classical busts, and monumental marble columns. Jonathan's great grandfather Daniel Sainsbury founded the family cabinet making business. Jonathan's company specialises in making fine reproduction furniture inspired by 18th & 19th century masters
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Pair of fluted mahogany peat buckets in front of fireplace in sitting room with Farrow & Ball Calke Green and Tunsgate Green painted walls Grade II listed converted village post office in Dorset, UK owned by furniture maker Jonathan Sainsbury and his wife Victoria + their 4 children (ages range from six to eighteen). Property had been empty for 7 years and was completely dilapidated. Over almost a year and a half the Sainsburys restored, repaired and rebuilt the crumbling building, extending into the garden behind, including a vast underground family room. The whole of the original house had to be underpinned and each chimney had to be taken down and reassembled. Intricately carved side tables, fine paintings and rococo gilt mirrors jostle for attention alongside classical busts, and monumental marble columns. Jonathan's great grandfather Daniel Sainsbury founded the family cabinet making business. Jonathan's company specialises in making fine reproduction furniture inspired by 18th & 19th century masters
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Carved copy of an original chippendale fret table in living room with leopard skin chair covers Grade II listed converted village post office in Dorset, UK owned by furniture maker Jonathan Sainsbury and his wife Victoria + their 4 children (ages range from six to eighteen). Property had been empty for 7 years and was completely dilapidated. Over almost a year and a half the Sainsburys restored, repaired and rebuilt the crumbling building, extending into the garden behind, including a vast underground family room. The whole of the original house had to be underpinned and each chimney had to be taken down and reassembled. Intricately carved side tables, fine paintings and rococo gilt mirrors jostle for attention alongside classical busts, and monumental marble columns. Jonathan's great grandfather Daniel Sainsbury founded the family cabinet making business. Jonathan's company specialises in making fine reproduction furniture inspired by 18th & 19th century masters
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Pair of oriental vases on mantelpiece flanking marble bust Grade II listed converted village post office in Dorset, UK owned by furniture maker Jonathan Sainsbury and his wife Victoria + their 4 children (ages range from six to eighteen). Property had been empty for 7 years and was completely dilapidated. Over almost a year and a half the Sainsburys restored, repaired and rebuilt the crumbling building, extending into the garden behind, including a vast underground family room. The whole of the original house had to be underpinned and each chimney had to be taken down and reassembled. Intricately carved side tables, fine paintings and rococo gilt mirrors jostle for attention alongside classical busts, and monumental marble columns. Jonathan's great grandfather Daniel Sainsbury founded the family cabinet making business. Jonathan's company specialises in making fine reproduction furniture inspired by 18th & 19th century masters
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Silver teapot on tray with cups and saucers and scones Grade II listed converted village post office in Dorset, UK owned by furniture maker Jonathan Sainsbury and his wife Victoria + their 4 children (ages range from six to eighteen). Property had been empty for 7 years and was completely dilapidated. Over almost a year and a half the Sainsburys restored, repaired and rebuilt the crumbling building, extending into the garden behind, including a vast underground family room. The whole of the original house had to be underpinned and each chimney had to be taken down and reassembled. Intricately carved side tables, fine paintings and rococo gilt mirrors jostle for attention alongside classical busts, and monumental marble columns. Jonathan's great grandfather Daniel Sainsbury founded the family cabinet making business. Jonathan's company specialises in making fine reproduction furniture inspired by 18th & 19th century masters
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Teak top dining table in neoclassical feeling dining room with french windows and columns Grade II listed converted village post office in Dorset, UK owned by furniture maker Jonathan Sainsbury and his wife Victoria + their 4 children (ages range from six to eighteen). Property had been empty for 7 years and was completely dilapidated. Over almost a year and a half the Sainsburys restored, repaired and rebuilt the crumbling building, extending into the garden behind, including a vast underground family room. The whole of the original house had to be underpinned and each chimney had to be taken down and reassembled. Intricately carved side tables, fine paintings and rococo gilt mirrors jostle for attention alongside classical busts, and monumental marble columns. Jonathan's great grandfather Daniel Sainsbury founded the family cabinet making business. Jonathan's company specialises in making fine reproduction furniture inspired by 18th & 19th century masters
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Teak top dining table in neoclassical feeling dining room with french windows and columns Grade II listed converted village post office in Dorset, UK owned by furniture maker Jonathan Sainsbury and his wife Victoria + their 4 children (ages range from six to eighteen). Property had been empty for 7 years and was completely dilapidated. Over almost a year and a half the Sainsburys restored, repaired and rebuilt the crumbling building, extending into the garden behind, including a vast underground family room. The whole of the original house had to be underpinned and each chimney had to be taken down and reassembled. Intricately carved side tables, fine paintings and rococo gilt mirrors jostle for attention alongside classical busts, and monumental marble columns. Jonathan's great grandfather Daniel Sainsbury founded the family cabinet making business. Jonathan's company specialises in making fine reproduction furniture inspired by 18th & 19th century masters
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Detail of carved leopard head based on design by Thomas Pope Grade II listed converted village post office in Dorset, UK owned by furniture maker Jonathan Sainsbury and his wife Victoria + their 4 children (ages range from six to eighteen). Property had been empty for 7 years and was completely dilapidated. Over almost a year and a half the Sainsburys restored, repaired and rebuilt the crumbling building, extending into the garden behind, including a vast underground family room. The whole of the original house had to be underpinned and each chimney had to be taken down and reassembled. Intricately carved side tables, fine paintings and rococo gilt mirrors jostle for attention alongside classical busts, and monumental marble columns. Jonathan's great grandfather Daniel Sainsbury founded the family cabinet making business. Jonathan's company specialises in making fine reproduction furniture inspired by 18th & 19th century masters
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Pair of Julius Caesar busts flank the entrance to a study Grade II listed converted village post office in Dorset, UK owned by furniture maker Jonathan Sainsbury and his wife Victoria + their 4 children (ages range from six to eighteen). Property had been empty for 7 years and was completely dilapidated. Over almost a year and a half the Sainsburys restored, repaired and rebuilt the crumbling building, extending into the garden behind, including a vast underground family room. The whole of the original house had to be underpinned and each chimney had to be taken down and reassembled. Intricately carved side tables, fine paintings and rococo gilt mirrors jostle for attention alongside classical busts, and monumental marble columns. Jonathan's great grandfather Daniel Sainsbury founded the family cabinet making business. Jonathan's company specialises in making fine reproduction furniture inspired by 18th & 19th century masters
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Pair of Julius Caesar busts flank the entrance to a study Grade II listed converted village post office in Dorset, UK owned by furniture maker Jonathan Sainsbury and his wife Victoria + their 4 children (ages range from six to eighteen). Property had been empty for 7 years and was completely dilapidated. Over almost a year and a half the Sainsburys restored, repaired and rebuilt the crumbling building, extending into the garden behind, including a vast underground family room. The whole of the original house had to be underpinned and each chimney had to be taken down and reassembled. Intricately carved side tables, fine paintings and rococo gilt mirrors jostle for attention alongside classical busts, and monumental marble columns. Jonathan's great grandfather Daniel Sainsbury founded the family cabinet making business. Jonathan's company specialises in making fine reproduction furniture inspired by 18th & 19th century masters
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Pair of Julius Caesar busts flank the entrance to a study Grade II listed converted village post office in Dorset, UK owned by furniture maker Jonathan Sainsbury and his wife Victoria + their 4 children (ages range from six to eighteen). Property had been empty for 7 years and was completely dilapidated. Over almost a year and a half the Sainsburys restored, repaired and rebuilt the crumbling building, extending into the garden behind, including a vast underground family room. The whole of the original house had to be underpinned and each chimney had to be taken down and reassembled. Intricately carved side tables, fine paintings and rococo gilt mirrors jostle for attention alongside classical busts, and monumental marble columns. Jonathan's great grandfather Daniel Sainsbury founded the family cabinet making business. Jonathan's company specialises in making fine reproduction furniture inspired by 18th & 19th century masters
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Country style kitchen with marble topped butchers island, purple Rayburn and large classical bas relief Grade II listed converted village post office in Dorset, UK owned by furniture maker Jonathan Sainsbury and his wife Victoria + their 4 children (ages range from six to eighteen). Property had been empty for 7 years and was completely dilapidated. Over almost a year and a half the Sainsburys restored, repaired and rebuilt the crumbling building, extending into the garden behind, including a vast underground family room. The whole of the original house had to be underpinned and each chimney had to be taken down and reassembled. Intricately carved side tables, fine paintings and rococo gilt mirrors jostle for attention alongside classical busts, and monumental marble columns. Jonathan's great grandfather Daniel Sainsbury founded the family cabinet making business. Jonathan's company specialises in making fine reproduction furniture inspired by 18th & 19th century masters
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Country style kitchen with marble topped butchers island, purple Rayburn and large classical bas relief Grade II listed converted village post office in Dorset, UK owned by furniture maker Jonathan Sainsbury and his wife Victoria + their 4 children (ages range from six to eighteen). Property had been empty for 7 years and was completely dilapidated. Over almost a year and a half the Sainsburys restored, repaired and rebuilt the crumbling building, extending into the garden behind, including a vast underground family room. The whole of the original house had to be underpinned and each chimney had to be taken down and reassembled. Intricately carved side tables, fine paintings and rococo gilt mirrors jostle for attention alongside classical busts, and monumental marble columns. Jonathan's great grandfather Daniel Sainsbury founded the family cabinet making business. Jonathan's company specialises in making fine reproduction furniture inspired by 18th & 19th century masters
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Country style kitchen with marble topped butchers island, purple Rayburn and large classical bas relief Grade II listed converted village post office in Dorset, UK owned by furniture maker Jonathan Sainsbury and his wife Victoria + their 4 children (ages range from six to eighteen). Property had been empty for 7 years and was completely dilapidated. Over almost a year and a half the Sainsburys restored, repaired and rebuilt the crumbling building, extending into the garden behind, including a vast underground family room. The whole of the original house had to be underpinned and each chimney had to be taken down and reassembled. Intricately carved side tables, fine paintings and rococo gilt mirrors jostle for attention alongside classical busts, and monumental marble columns. Jonathan's great grandfather Daniel Sainsbury founded the family cabinet making business. Jonathan's company specialises in making fine reproduction furniture inspired by 18th & 19th century masters
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A classical bas relief cast in plaster hangs on the wall of a country style kitchen with limestone travertine floor Grade II listed converted village post office in Dorset, UK owned by furniture maker Jonathan Sainsbury and his wife Victoria + their 4 children (ages range from six to eighteen). Property had been empty for 7 years and was completely dilapidated. Over almost a year and a half the Sainsburys restored, repaired and rebuilt the crumbling building, extending into the garden behind, including a vast underground family room. The whole of the original house had to be underpinned and each chimney had to be taken down and reassembled. Intricately carved side tables, fine paintings and rococo gilt mirrors jostle for attention alongside classical busts, and monumental marble columns. Jonathan's great grandfather Daniel Sainsbury founded the family cabinet making business. Jonathan's company specialises in making fine reproduction furniture inspired by 18th & 19th century masters
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A classical bas relief cast in plaster hangs on the wall of a country style kitchen with limestone travertine floor Grade II listed converted village post office in Dorset, UK owned by furniture maker Jonathan Sainsbury and his wife Victoria + their 4 children (ages range from six to eighteen). Property had been empty for 7 years and was completely dilapidated. Over almost a year and a half the Sainsburys restored, repaired and rebuilt the crumbling building, extending into the garden behind, including a vast underground family room. The whole of the original house had to be underpinned and each chimney had to be taken down and reassembled. Intricately carved side tables, fine paintings and rococo gilt mirrors jostle for attention alongside classical busts, and monumental marble columns. Jonathan's great grandfather Daniel Sainsbury founded the family cabinet making business. Jonathan's company specialises in making fine reproduction furniture inspired by 18th & 19th century masters
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Opinel pen knife on chopping board with garlic Grade II listed converted village post office in Dorset, UK owned by furniture maker Jonathan Sainsbury and his wife Victoria + their 4 children (ages range from six to eighteen). Property had been empty for 7 years and was completely dilapidated. Over almost a year and a half the Sainsburys restored, repaired and rebuilt the crumbling building, extending into the garden behind, including a vast underground family room. The whole of the original house had to be underpinned and each chimney had to be taken down and reassembled. Intricately carved side tables, fine paintings and rococo gilt mirrors jostle for attention alongside classical busts, and monumental marble columns. Jonathan's great grandfather Daniel Sainsbury founded the family cabinet making business. Jonathan's company specialises in making fine reproduction furniture inspired by 18th & 19th century masters
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Artichokes, cabbage and aubergines in ceramic dish Grade II listed converted village post office in Dorset, UK owned by furniture maker Jonathan Sainsbury and his wife Victoria + their 4 children (ages range from six to eighteen). Property had been empty for 7 years and was completely dilapidated. Over almost a year and a half the Sainsburys restored, repaired and rebuilt the crumbling building, extending into the garden behind, including a vast underground family room. The whole of the original house had to be underpinned and each chimney had to be taken down and reassembled. Intricately carved side tables, fine paintings and rococo gilt mirrors jostle for attention alongside classical busts, and monumental marble columns. Jonathan's great grandfather Daniel Sainsbury founded the family cabinet making business. Jonathan's company specialises in making fine reproduction furniture inspired by 18th & 19th century masters
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Artichokes, cabbage and aubergines in ceramic dish Grade II listed converted village post office in Dorset, UK owned by furniture maker Jonathan Sainsbury and his wife Victoria + their 4 children (ages range from six to eighteen). Property had been empty for 7 years and was completely dilapidated. Over almost a year and a half the Sainsburys restored, repaired and rebuilt the crumbling building, extending into the garden behind, including a vast underground family room. The whole of the original house had to be underpinned and each chimney had to be taken down and reassembled. Intricately carved side tables, fine paintings and rococo gilt mirrors jostle for attention alongside classical busts, and monumental marble columns. Jonathan's great grandfather Daniel Sainsbury founded the family cabinet making business. Jonathan's company specialises in making fine reproduction furniture inspired by 18th & 19th century masters
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Staircase landing with walls painted in Joa's White by Farrow & Ball. The handrail is decorated with carved urns Grade II listed converted village post office in Dorset, UK owned by furniture maker Jonathan Sainsbury and his wife Victoria + their 4 children (ages range from six to eighteen). Property had been empty for 7 years and was completely dilapidated. Over almost a year and a half the Sainsburys restored, repaired and rebuilt the crumbling building, extending into the garden behind, including a vast underground family room. The whole of the original house had to be underpinned and each chimney had to be taken down and reassembled. Intricately carved side tables, fine paintings and rococo gilt mirrors jostle for attention alongside classical busts, and monumental marble columns. Jonathan's great grandfather Daniel Sainsbury founded the family cabinet making business. Jonathan's company specialises in making fine reproduction furniture inspired by 18th & 19th century masters
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Staircase landing with walls painted in Joa's White by Farrow & Ball. The handrail is decorated with carved urns Grade II listed converted village post office in Dorset, UK owned by furniture maker Jonathan Sainsbury and his wife Victoria + their 4 children (ages range from six to eighteen). Property had been empty for 7 years and was completely dilapidated. Over almost a year and a half the Sainsburys restored, repaired and rebuilt the crumbling building, extending into the garden behind, including a vast underground family room. The whole of the original house had to be underpinned and each chimney had to be taken down and reassembled. Intricately carved side tables, fine paintings and rococo gilt mirrors jostle for attention alongside classical busts, and monumental marble columns. Jonathan's great grandfather Daniel Sainsbury founded the family cabinet making business. Jonathan's company specialises in making fine reproduction furniture inspired by 18th & 19th century masters
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Inbuilt cupboards designed in the style of the Strawberry Hill interior in bedroom with brass bed Grade II listed converted village post office in Dorset, UK owned by furniture maker Jonathan Sainsbury and his wife Victoria + their 4 children (ages range from six to eighteen). Property had been empty for 7 years and was completely dilapidated. Over almost a year and a half the Sainsburys restored, repaired and rebuilt the crumbling building, extending into the garden behind, including a vast underground family room. The whole of the original house had to be underpinned and each chimney had to be taken down and reassembled. Intricately carved side tables, fine paintings and rococo gilt mirrors jostle for attention alongside classical busts, and monumental marble columns. Jonathan's great grandfather Daniel Sainsbury founded the family cabinet making business. Jonathan's company specialises in making fine reproduction furniture inspired by 18th & 19th century masters
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Floral quilt on antique brass framed bed Grade II listed converted village post office in Dorset, UK owned by furniture maker Jonathan Sainsbury and his wife Victoria + their 4 children (ages range from six to eighteen). Property had been empty for 7 years and was completely dilapidated. Over almost a year and a half the Sainsburys restored, repaired and rebuilt the crumbling building, extending into the garden behind, including a vast underground family room. The whole of the original house had to be underpinned and each chimney had to be taken down and reassembled. Intricately carved side tables, fine paintings and rococo gilt mirrors jostle for attention alongside classical busts, and monumental marble columns. Jonathan's great grandfather Daniel Sainsbury founded the family cabinet making business. Jonathan's company specialises in making fine reproduction furniture inspired by 18th & 19th century masters
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Floral quilt and pillow covers on metal framed bed in bedroom with circular convex mirror Grade II listed converted village post office in Dorset, UK owned by furniture maker Jonathan Sainsbury and his wife Victoria + their 4 children (ages range from six to eighteen). Property had been empty for 7 years and was completely dilapidated. Over almost a year and a half the Sainsburys restored, repaired and rebuilt the crumbling building, extending into the garden behind, including a vast underground family room. The whole of the original house had to be underpinned and each chimney had to be taken down and reassembled. Intricately carved side tables, fine paintings and rococo gilt mirrors jostle for attention alongside classical busts, and monumental marble columns. Jonathan's great grandfather Daniel Sainsbury founded the family cabinet making business. Jonathan's company specialises in making fine reproduction furniture inspired by 18th & 19th century masters
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A hand-carved bespoke Grand-tour design shell wash basin on ornately carved table. Grade II listed converted village post office in Dorset, UK owned by furniture maker Jonathan Sainsbury and his wife Victoria + their 4 children (ages range from six to eighteen). Property had been empty for 7 years and was completely dilapidated. Over almost a year and a half the Sainsburys restored, repaired and rebuilt the crumbling building, extending into the garden behind, including a vast underground family room. The whole of the original house had to be underpinned and each chimney had to be taken down and reassembled. Intricately carved side tables, fine paintings and rococo gilt mirrors jostle for attention alongside classical busts, and monumental marble columns. Jonathan's great grandfather Daniel Sainsbury founded the family cabinet making business. Jonathan's company specialises in making fine reproduction furniture inspired by 18th & 19th century masters
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Exterior facade of a Grade II former Post Office in Dorset with picket fence Grade II listed converted village post office in Dorset, UK owned by furniture maker Jonathan Sainsbury and his wife Victoria + their 4 children (ages range from six to eighteen). Property had been empty for 7 years and was completely dilapidated. Over almost a year and a half the Sainsburys restored, repaired and rebuilt the crumbling building, extending into the garden behind, including a vast underground family room. The whole of the original house had to be underpinned and each chimney had to be taken down and reassembled. Intricately carved side tables, fine paintings and rococo gilt mirrors jostle for attention alongside classical busts, and monumental marble columns. Jonathan's great grandfather Daniel Sainsbury founded the family cabinet making business. Jonathan's company specialises in making fine reproduction furniture inspired by 18th & 19th century masters
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Exterior facade of a Grade II former Post Office in Dorset with picket fence Grade II listed converted village post office in Dorset, UK owned by furniture maker Jonathan Sainsbury and his wife Victoria + their 4 children (ages range from six to eighteen). Property had been empty for 7 years and was completely dilapidated. Over almost a year and a half the Sainsburys restored, repaired and rebuilt the crumbling building, extending into the garden behind, including a vast underground family room. The whole of the original house had to be underpinned and each chimney had to be taken down and reassembled. Intricately carved side tables, fine paintings and rococo gilt mirrors jostle for attention alongside classical busts, and monumental marble columns. Jonathan's great grandfather Daniel Sainsbury founded the family cabinet making business. Jonathan's company specialises in making fine reproduction furniture inspired by 18th & 19th century masters
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Exterior facade of a Grade II former Post Office in Dorset with picket fence Grade II listed converted village post office in Dorset, UK owned by furniture maker Jonathan Sainsbury and his wife Victoria + their 4 children (ages range from six to eighteen). Property had been empty for 7 years and was completely dilapidated. Over almost a year and a half the Sainsburys restored, repaired and rebuilt the crumbling building, extending into the garden behind, including a vast underground family room. The whole of the original house had to be underpinned and each chimney had to be taken down and reassembled. Intricately carved side tables, fine paintings and rococo gilt mirrors jostle for attention alongside classical busts, and monumental marble columns. Jonathan's great grandfather Daniel Sainsbury founded the family cabinet making business. Jonathan's company specialises in making fine reproduction furniture inspired by 18th & 19th century masters
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Exterior facade of a Grade II former Post Office in Dorset with picket fence Grade II listed converted village post office in Dorset, UK owned by furniture maker Jonathan Sainsbury and his wife Victoria + their 4 children (ages range from six to eighteen). Property had been empty for 7 years and was completely dilapidated. Over almost a year and a half the Sainsburys restored, repaired and rebuilt the crumbling building, extending into the garden behind, including a vast underground family room. The whole of the original house had to be underpinned and each chimney had to be taken down and reassembled. Intricately carved side tables, fine paintings and rococo gilt mirrors jostle for attention alongside classical busts, and monumental marble columns. Jonathan's great grandfather Daniel Sainsbury founded the family cabinet making business. Jonathan's company specialises in making fine reproduction furniture inspired by 18th & 19th century masters
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