Published on 15 March 2011 at 12:48
A dark shower room was transformed into a bright and fresh new room for guests. The wall and floor tiles were white with a lovely aqua green glass border tile running through at dado height.
New wall lights and a shower light brightened up the room dramatically. A traditional style Heritage suite was chosen which fitted with the style of the house.
The walk in Matki shower had a curved screen which allowed extra room to shower.
Published on 8 March 2011 at 11:19
Thinking of freshening up your kitchen for Spring?
Here are a few ideas to inspire you for the lighter days ahead.
- Give your current kitchens a face lift with a lick of paint.
- Add a new handle or knob to current kitchen cupboards - remember you will need to use the same size handle because of the holes!
- Retiling the walls with a fresh new accent colour - here shown are glass tiles that reflect the light beautifully.
- A new splashback behind the cooker is a good way of adding colour and refreshing the look.
- New worktops can transform your existing kitchen and a great choice is Quartz - great for a maintenance free surface!
- There are now some super colours for appliances, here is shown a beautiful blue mercury.
- A new window dressing, curtains or blinds will help with the new colour scheme and also an area you can be slightly bolder in pattern. See www.curtainsmadeforyou.co.uk a home curtain making service in the Cotswold area!
Published on 25 February 2011 at 09:54
This kitchen was a dark and cold room to begin with. We removed a wall hiding the large dining room and this allowed lots of light into the kitchen.
A large preparation and breakfast bar was positioned between the two rooms and this made a very socialable space.
The kitchen cupboards were honey coloured Maple in a shaker style with an elegant steel D handle.
With the under cupboard lighting and new ceiling lights the green quartz worktops sparkle.
Published on 23 December 2010 at 09:18
This project started with two rooms becoming one large kitchen with space for family eating area. The supporting RSJ was concealed in the ceiling irradicating any divides and so being able to rework the layout.
A glossy porcelain floor with underfloor heating was installed. Spot lights in the ceiling light up all the working areas and plinth lights add some sparkle around the island.
This Oak painted simple door was complimented by the porcelain large floor tiles, creating a sophisticated calm room.
The Star Galaxy granite worktops add the impact to the room and sparkles as you walk around the kitchen.
Published on 21 September 2010 at 14:36
This kitchen was fitted with 'Plateau' rich walnut doors and finished with polished Nero Absoluto granite.
Published on 21 September 2010 at 12:37
Getting set up for the show!
After lots of hard work, 'hey presto' we have a stand!
View of Tavistock 'Groove' bathroom furniture with beautiful red bar stool from 'Legson.com'.
Traditional Belfast sink with our 'Old Barn' cupboards.
View from the inside, we were very lucky with the weather.
Tavistock, basin and Kinetic basin tap. Matki bath screen and Tavistock shower.
Another lovely stool from 'legson.com' in front of our Aquaestil bath.
Published on 20 September 2010 at 14:07
Travertine effect wall and floor tiles were the backdrop for this clean and calm shower room.
White flat high gloss doors were chosen for the cupboards and 'back to wall' furniture. The chrome knobs complemented the chrome on the shower enclosure.
A tiled seating area was created in the shower with glass shelves above for bottles. Abode lever taps were used which helped with the contemporary scheme.
Published on 20 September 2010 at 13:09
A gloomy apartment in Clifton was transformed into a light and airy room. The 'Corbiere' painted oak doors were complemented with Bone Corian worktops. A simple painted oak knob added to the subtle scheme.
A red accent colour gave the room it's quirky personality with lovely leather chairs. The owners were keen to use elements from their previous kitchen and so the wall and floor tiles were the starting point.
Published on 11 June 2010 at 15:36
- Beautiful patterned wallpapers and fabrics were the back drop for the traditional styled sanitary ware.
- Tongue & groove panelling was fitted to dado and painted.
- Furniture was made and painted to enhance the colour scheme.
- The overall finish was a beautiful traditional bathroom that complemented the rest of the interior decoration in the house.
Beautifully shaped Santini pedestal basins.
Large 'walk in' shower with glass fixed screen.
No back to wall loo's here!