We’re delighted with the stream of 5* reviews we’ve received and here is the latest for a recent WC refurbishment project. We’ll add some pictures to our gallery soon, so feel free to come back and take a peek.
This was a typical 1960’s WC and bathroom configuration, compact and separate by nature. The client wanted to combine them into one and maximise the space to accommodate a separate bath and shower, WC and vanity wash basin. The client was delighted with the result giving us yet another 5* review.
We’re loving our latest 5* testimonial from Rick in Ellington for what was an interesting project with great results. We’ll add some pictures next week but check out the review:View The Testimonial
A few shelves and bespoke fitted cupboards, plus a lick of paint and BOOM! The room was transformed…
Our client in Ellington wanted a retro vintage bathroom that complemented their period cottage. We think we delivered and so did they…
By knocking the separate WC and Bathroom into one larger space we managed to en-corporate an additional Walk In Shower along with the Bath, WC and Basin.
This walkway passed the lounge window and as it was not gated was being used by pedestrians, so we installed wrought iron gates at each end and voila some privacy!
This small space between buildings was fenced off and pretty pointless so we removed the fence and replaced it with a gate given the client a nice little place to hide their bins but with access to the street.
Hanging this striped wallpaper horizontally was pretty challenging especially around the media and electrical sockets but the end result was in the clients words ‘Superb’.
Interesting project to make the most of some odd shaped spaces but the client was very happy with the outcome.