Entrance with a Single Front Door Ideas and Designs
StuartBarr Construction Design Renovation
Lucy Walters Photography
Kebbell Development Limited
Aubury Place is a collection of unique residences with a wealth of bespoke features, which also share an unrivalled level of quality and attention to detail. Kebbell’s sure touch and superior standards can be seen throughout. Your first impressions of Aubury Place will be of somewhere exceptional. Beyond the distinguished architecture of the exteriors, perfectly proportioned living spaces reveal themselves. Grand staircases sweep upwards, inviting you to discover more. With their carefully considered spaces, sumptuous interiors, and the finest quality evident in even the smallest detail, these are homes for those seeking perfection. The homes at Aubury Place have been designed to fulfil the requirements of a wide range of lifestyles. You may need space for the warm pulse of family time, the intimacy of private life, for elegant entertaining, or simply a few moments of perfect solitude. Discover your Eden at Aubury Place.
Verity & Beverley Ltd
Alterations to an idyllic Cotswold Cottage in Gloucestershire. The works included complete internal refurbishment, together with an entirely new panelled Dining Room, a small oak framed bay window extension to the Kitchen and a new Boot Room / Utility extension.
Indie & Co.
Although the existing entrance hallway was a good size it lacked character. To address this the stained glass in the fan light window above the front door and side window was reinstated, in a bespoke design, bringing light, colour and texture into the hallway. The original tiled floor had long been removed so a period style crisp black and white tile with a border pattern was specified. This immediately visually increased the size and lightness of the hall area. Nigel Tyas were commissioned to produce a dramatic copper and glass pendant light in the stairwell that hung from the top floor ceiling down to the ground floor, giving a visual connection and really creating a wow factor.
Martyn Hicks Photography
Neil Mac Photo
A bespoke folded metal staircase sweeps up a rich inchyra blue stairwell. The staircase is lit by a strip of LED lighting that is hidden beneath a bespoke charcoal black handrail. Vintage mid-century cocktail chairs have been reupholstered in a bold and brightly patterned Timorous Beasties fabric. A mix of contemporary ceramics and photography fills the walls creating an inviting vignette when people walk through the door.