This kitchen was part of a single storey extension where the client wanted to create a light, and airy space utilising Velux windows and a vaulted ceiling. A country style kitchen was achieved with a green shaker kitchen and oak worktop, finished with brick effect white tiles.
In this kitchen the client chose a 20mm quartz worktop incorporating an oak theme, featuring a bespoke solid oak parquet back panel and oak veneer shelving unit.
This was a 1930s house that needed a lot of TLC! The property had great potential in which we added a loft conversion generating an extra bedroom and en-suite, as well as an extension that formed a large kitchen/diner. We also gave the rest of the house a well-deserved makeover. Click here to see more of our work.
A substantial project comprising of a single storey rear extension and double storey side extension. Here we made every effort to lose the huge 8-metre-long RSJ in the ceiling to create a beautiful, seamless kitchen/diner. We worked with some premium materials from natural stone to solid oak to golden cedar cladding.
Rear extension finished for a very happy customer.
Recently completed extension for a client in Fareham.
Two garden renovations we've completed recently.
Here we have fitted a Howden's handle less kitchen that incorporates a solid oak worktop with a bespoke oak framed shelving unit, inset to utilise an awkward corner space. Larders were boxed in to create a clean and streamline finish, along with an extractor concealed in a wall unit.
Bathroom completed for a happy customer.
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