Helen Skelton unveils jaw-dropping kitchen transformation

March 14, 2021 – 17:17 GMT

Bridie Wilkins

Helen Skelton lives with her husband Richie Myler in a country house in Yorkshire. BBC Countryfile and former Blue Peter presenter has been in the process of renovating the house since she bought it in January 2020 and her kitchen is evolving into a stunning building.

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She opted for dark blue wooden cabinets with worktops made of white marble and bronze-colored metal fittings including the fittings. A white double sink on the farm matches the heritage of the house and there is a window with frames to match the color of the cabinets overlooking the garden.

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The stitch holes also follow the metallic bronze theme.

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Speaking to Country Living, Helen said it was the outside area that persuaded her to buy. “We bought it for the garden – that was the main attraction,” she explained. “We found a tiny broken house with a two-acre garden. My father saw it and said it was a terrible idea, but then he saw the garden and said you can’t live here. It’s an old house That someone is a lot of love in, especially in the garden. “

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The room appears to have vaulted ceilings with a skylight as well as large patio doors that lead to this garden.

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Helen shared another picture after the doors were installed, showing a gray-tiled patio area at the beginning of the garden, as well as various bushes, lawns, and concrete flower beds.

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Helen grew up on a dairy farm in Cumbria, so it makes sense that she should choose to live out of town. “I lived in the country until I was 23/24 and never had neighbors,” she said during her interview with Country Living. “I just looked at the hilly fields, front, side and back. I underestimated how much I enjoyed the hilly fields until I moved to London. The fresh air, the sunsets and the sunrise make me feel simply good.”

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