A Family Dwelling
with Individual Touches
External box sash and Yorkshire sash window styles were replicated and replaced with highly durable and energy efficient Accoya counterparts with bespoke glazing bar moulds. The external doors featured Victorian stop-chamfer and bespoke bolection moulds.
Internally, the original stop-chamfer paneling was refurbished, then replicated in other areas together with bespoke period internal doors, skirtings, mouldings and architraves. A wealth of purposeful bespoke cabinetry was expertly crafted in an understated and elegant traditional English style.
The detached coach house was transformed in a contradictory and contemporary style to the house, whilst reflecting on its agricultural past. Designed in an edgy and industrial theme with unusual Crittall style doors and cabinetry with live edge tiger oak tables and worktops. Limed rough swan boarding to the first floor reflected the agricultural heritage.