Woodhouse and Law
Our clients bought the top floor of the world-renowned former pottery and brewery as an empty shell. We were commissioned to create a stylish, contemporary coastal retreat. Our brief included every aspect of the design, from spatial planning and electrical and lighting through to finishing touches such as soft furnishings. The project was particularly challenging given the sheer volume of the space, the number of beams that span the property and its listed status. We played to the industrial heritage of the building combining natural materials with contemporary furniture, lighting and accessories. Stark and deliberate contrasts were created between the exposed stone walls and gnarled beams against slick, stylish kitchen cabinetry and upholstery. The overall feel is luxurious and contemporary but equally relaxed and welcoming.
Oliver Graham Photography
Manor Barn, converted barn with exposed wooden beams and brick
toni moses design
resin floor throughout, rais woodburner, douglas fir cladding to living room walls
Heath Farm Barn was a refurbishment and renovation of a series of stone and brick-built barns. The buildings were in a very poor state of repair having suffered from several decades of neglect. The site was purchased with consent to convert into a three bedroom property, further consent was gained to convert to a five bedroom property with large detached garage. Significant works have been undertaken to restore the building using the original materials by local craftsmen. The property is finished to a high standard internally and has extensive landscaped gardens externally.