Wells St Thomas House
At the back there was a low-roofed conservatory with a polycarbonate plastic roof. “It covered the windows in the kitchen and dining room, so you couldn’t see out,” Angus says. The team removed the conservatory and installed a wide, sliding door across the back wall to reveal beautiful views of the valley beyond. “I chose sliding doors to minimise the framing and maximise the view,” Angus says. “They’re the widest sliding doors you can get at a mid-range price, and the contractors were quite nervous about fitting them, as they didn’t have rear access.” Sliding doors, Origin. Walls throughout painted in Slate ll, Paint and Paper Library.
Only one review, but great bathroom and steam room project photos
Works with all trades, works with different materials, does a mock up first.
Lots of Houzz awards and great reviews.
Project managed including electric, plumbing contractors. Had ideas and offered advice. Great reviews. Some great fitted wardrobe (even in a small space) and shelving ideas.
Wall mounted lights, colour of wall with framed art, to complement blinds
Plain built in storage above bed
Table suitable for entranceway
Throw to match charcoal
Organised under sink cupboard
Slide out under sink storage for rubbish and recycling
Drawer dividers for trays
Cutlery drawer with utensils and knife block
Earth tone quartz bench, copper containers for herbs/spices
Shower next to bath
Egg shaped bath, floor lighting
Black and white sink and drawer with shelf space
Small galley kitchen with superb atmospheric lighting
Would this island fit?
Under cupboard lighting
Side by side appliances in cupboard, with shelves for baskets
Blum space tower shelves
Simple, sleek run of cupboards, mirrored backsplash
Laundry in cupboard