About This Project

We acquired a five-bedroom townhouse with a 17th century barn and a later edition Georgian frontage. Being Grade Two 2 listed, we took great care in reconfiguring a house to suit more modern living.

Once gutted and stripped back, painted black beams were sandblasted and 1970’s decorative wrought-iron dividers and balustrades were removed – along with rotten flooring. We reconstructed Gable ends with aged oak and reclaimed brick. Street pavers and cobbles were sourced to construct flooring, along with 10” blue and red quarry tiles. Herringbone, ungrouted terracotta Italian rooftiles were laid as a large kitchen diner floor, and a freestanding reclaimed kitchen was constructed.

Meanwhile, two avocado adjoining bathrooms were knocked into one, constructing a bedroom whilst a master suite was stripped back to reveal an original fireplace with floor-to-ceiling stack. A balcony off the bedroom was flanked with clay-tiled roofs and lime mortar marshmallow plastering, so a walk-on roof light and glass balustrade were introduced, creating a bold union of antique and new.

Plastic windows were removed to reinstate Georgian timber windows. The master bathroom features a reclaimed double console basin on ceramic legs, and an earthenware pan topped with a Georgian ceramic cistern. Brass fittings complement a copper bateau bath, and an oversized teardrop copper shower head flanks a bespoke frameless glass enclosure. Reclaimed metal balustrades were sourced and fitted into two staircases, with Bakelite switches introduced throughout. The finished home is a magical step-back-in-time with some ultra-modern home comforts.


About This Project

I was asked to source fixtures and fittings for a music executive’s office who had inherited a glass encased white room. The room needed to act as a small meeting room, a workspace and an intimate ‘living room ‘ to entertain artists when in the building. I went for a predominately mid century style which lent itself to the personality of the client and was able to introduce pop culture paraphernalia to reference the strong musical heritage of the record label from this era.

We went for a dark wall colour to add intimacy and mood and sourced a collection of artwork ranging from artist prints, original pop art and painted metal structures. The focal point of the room is a 1960’s tombola machine which was converted into a coffee table to add real fun to the space. The art walls can be added to In line with the musical landscape.


About This Project

We designed a loft conversion in a small Victorian worker’s cottage. The brief was ‘space saving with reclamation’! We sourced reclaimed pine from Lassco to cover the floors and used the excess to clad a freestanding wardrobe and construct skirting.


About This Project

We were given a brief to section off a part of a room to make a more intimate space where the family could listen to and play music. The client wanted to keep a white backdrop so we zoned the room with a Turkish rug, placing Barcelona chairs opposite a piano with a reclaimed 1960’s tombola coffee table at the vortex to bring the conversation space to life. The clients like modernist furniture so the shelving and chairs encapsulated that neoteric feel whilst the fabrics, textures and artwork brought warmth to the space.