Brockenhurst 1 - cob meets thatch meets brick as the bathroom is stripped and an original window is discovered...
Brockenhurst 1 - beautiful solid-oak stable door, designed and made by Fusion by Fawn, accessorised with beeswax ironmongery and integrated air vent (for the open fire). The rounded walls have also been built back up from cob with lime plaster
Brockenhurst 2 - roof completed with new slate tiles. Image, and work, by Hope Roofing & Leadwork. Additional work - chimney rebuilt, new chimney pots and caps fitted, plus new chimney linings for log burners
Brockenhurst 2 - enjoying the views while inspecting the loft conversion
Bespoke joinery - this beautiful oak will be crafted into solid windowsills
Bromley - Karndean floors being installed
Bespoke joinery - quick trip to a timber yard to source waney / live edge oak
Brockenhurst 2 - chimneys have been repaired and repainted and roof prepped for new tiles
Brockenhurst 1 - it's all coming together in the Green Room. There are no straight walls in this cottage.
Brockenhurst 1 - soft pelmet shapes to fit the curved walls beautifully
Bromley - when the client's kitten matches the colour scheme
Brockenhurst 1 - industrial spotlights on rustic beams
Brockenhurst 1 - view through into shower room
Brockenhurst 1 - industrial picture light against monochrome herringbone wallpaper and rustic beams
Brockenhurst 1 - black beams are gone!
Brockenhurst 2 - architectural anatomy, so amazing to be able to see a cross-section of 3 floors. In the middle is the brick arch we uncovered earlier