Troutbeck

Rooms 36   Interior Design Champalimaud Design
The Original Anthony Champalimaud

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Rooms
36
Interior
Design Champalimaud Design
The Original Anthony Champalimaud

Spacious but informal, ready to hold a big family and a flock of guests, but not oppressive when it is empty, the house balances openness with seclusion, sociability with privacy; such is the nature of Troutbeck.

Architecture

A PERFECT BALANCE

An L-shaped structure constructed in 1919 with the warm-colored stone walls and heavy slate roofs, this stately house was built solidly enough to last through the centuries. All of its main rooms face south to keep the sun out in summer and to drink it in during the winter.

Architecture
A PERFECT BALANCE

An L-shaped structure constructed in 1919 with the warm-colored stone walls and heavy slate roofs, this stately house was built solidly enough to last through the centuries. All of its main rooms face south to keep the sun out in summer and to drink it in during the winter.

Spacious but informal, ready to hold a big family and a flock of guests, but not oppressive when it is empty, the house balances openness with seclusion, sociability with privacy; such is the nature of Troutbeck.

Interior Design

CHAMPALIMAUD DESIGN

Perfectly capturing the sense of intimacy and originality that runs throughout Troutbeck, the dining room incorporates a one-time stone exterior wall and fluted columns, while the oak-paneled library boasts a dimension-adding white wash, articulated lights, and a silk chinoiserie rug, as well as volumes, memorabilia, and sketches passed down through the ages.

A sunroom presents Rattan armchairs and tables inspired by Ray Eames, while the bar—with its copper top, oak cabinets, chicken wire panels, and retro-pink-vinyl barstools—showcases the house’s fearless use of original items and later-day charms. Antique chairs from the estate have been reupholstered in geometric-patterned fabrics, while round brass-topped occasional tables in some rooms were locally made.

Interior Design
CHAMPALIMAUD DESIGN

Perfectly capturing the sense of intimacy and originality that runs throughout Troutbeck, the dining room incorporates a one-time stone exterior wall and fluted columns, while the oak-paneled library boasts a dimension-adding white wash, articulated lights, and a silk chinoiserie rug, as well as volumes, memorabilia, and sketches passed down through the ages.

 
 

A sunroom presents Rattan armchairs and tables inspired by Ray Eames, while the bar—with its copper top, oak cabinets, chicken wire panels, and retro-pink-vinyl barstools—showcases the house’s fearless use of original items and later-day charms. Antique chairs from the estate have been reupholstered in geometric-patterned fabrics, while round brass-topped occasional tables in some rooms were locally made.

Interior Design
CHAMPALIMAUD DESIGN

Perfectly capturing the sense of intimacy and originality that runs throughout Troutbeck, the dining room incorporates a one-time stone exterior wall and fluted columns, while the oak-paneled library boasts a dimension-adding white wash, articulated lights, and a silk chinoiserie rug, as well as volumes, memorabilia, and sketches passed down through the ages.

A sunroom presents Rattan armchairs and tables inspired by Ray Eames, while the bar—with its copper top, oak cabinets, chicken wire panels, and retro-pink-vinyl barstools—showcases the house’s fearless use of original items and later-day charms. Antique chairs from the estate have been reupholstered in geometric-patterned fabrics, while round brass-topped occasional tables in some rooms were locally made.

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