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JST013: Kings Colourful home
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Peta and Stephen King’s house is part of a small development built by prisoners of war in 1943 as accommodation for warders at the local jail. “It was certainly built to a very high specification,” says Peta, “but we bought it for its long garden, fantastic view of the Sussex Downs and for its convenience to our shop.” The Kings own and run Kings Framers in Lewes High Street. They worked on the whole house from top of bottom, stripping wallpapers and taking up carpets. All their decorating decisions were directed towards introducing light and colour. Every floor was painted white and walls were treated to a variety of bright colours.
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