Just finished a large project for a very happy client in Greenwich who’s give us a 5 star Google review 🙂
The client recently had a new loft conversion to their Victorian townhouse. The job entailed making good the builders plasterwork, filling all the skirting and woodwork, white was of all the new plastered areas in the top 3 landing areas, fitting all the new dado and picture rails as well as preparing all the existing, woodwork, walls and ceiling through all the hallways throughout the house.
We used 3 different colours for the walls to create the desired effect with an eye of detailing to give a completely professional finish throughout.
A client in Charlton, Greenwich wanted their old raised decking replaced and extended. We created a much stronger frame removing all the unusable decking, building a much stronger sturdy frame.
We then extended the area, moved the steps out, added lighting and created a wonderful open space for all the family and friends.
We recently completed the design and build of these bespoke fitted shelve units for a client in Greenwich. These were approximately 2.8 m high and 1.8m wide to perfectly fit the hallway of a small flat in order to provide considerable room for a large book collection. We consulted with the client and created this design drawing inspiration from a design the client liked in an interior design magazine.
Although the client was on a tight budget, we still managed to create the same finish effect of real wood using different plywood widths with round and flat wood trimmings. All the work was completed with minimal disruption having designed and built the unit at our workshop in Greenwich then installed and painted the unit on site.
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London terrace house complete landscape, front and back. Creating a raised wooden flower bed on both sides, utilising structure planting including olive trees & ferns in the front garden.
A picture of the rear garden before and after:
After, including a raised desking area:
then removed the desking area many years later:
And created a new decking area adjecent to a new extension:
At night time: