Don’t Fence Me In
Replacing a chain link fence with gravel boards, concrete posts and close board vertical slotted fence panels. High enough to keep the pets and children safe with still being able to chat with the neighbors.
Bathroom – when a wall came down!
The brief was to get rid of the bath, fit the biggest shower tray possible, cupboards and no white tiles. The only way to get a big shower tray in was to knock down the wall between the toilet and main bathroom and have one door.
Sometimes the original layout can be the best layout. With the upgrade of integrated appliances and the addition of a drawer stack, it has made this kitchen a great place to entertain.
Finishing touches to a low maintenance garden. Changing the wooden gate for a wrought iron gate can make such an entrance to your garden.
The brief was a bath tub in the en-suite. Never a company to shy away from a challenge, we gave the client what they wanted, along with their favorite colour of purple grouting.
Bathroom – with a modern period twist.
When updating your home its always nice to keep some of the traditional features with a modern twist. This was replicated in the tiled mosaic floor. It is just enough to give that wow factor when entering into the bathroom.
Making minor changes can make all the difference. A change of worktops to lighten the kitchen was all that was needed.