Bringing the outside in: Dungeness

When we first went to Dungeness a couple of years ago, I remember thinking ‘what is this place?’. It almost made me think of a moonscape or a forgotten land. I’ve never been anywhere where it is so easy to take a good photograph (except Venice maybe). The whole place exudes raw beauty. Everywhere the eye can see is weathered timber, rough grasses, tin roofs, pebbles of all shapes and sizes…and more weathered timber.

Not only does it have natural beauty, but beauty of the brutalist kind too. The Hinkley Point B Nuclear Power Station looks like a building gifted by the former USSR.


Between the ocean, the local architecture, the power station and the numerous lighthouses, Dungeness is certainly one of the most unusual places I have visited in the UK. And I can’t wait to go back!

If you want to bring a slice this wonderful place into your own home, see below.

1. Aridonack chair limited edition print, Michael Frith 2. Astern Retro 6 drawer chest, Little Tree Furniture 3. Etcetera Window Box; Compagnie at Made in Design 4. Timber wallpaper, Andrew Martin at Houseology 5. Peacock side table, The Family Love Tree.

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