Located near to the village of Haydon Bridge, this stone built farm house has recently undergone a full refurbishment with the end results looking just great!
The project required us to manufacture and fit a variety of products throughout the build.
Our favourite feature of the project has to be the two arch top windows and arch top patio doors that lead from the kitchen out into the garden. These arches have been made from Sepele (hardwood), fitted with high performance double glazing and spray painted Farrow and ball “Cord” externally and “Joas white” internally. The internal colour is to match the walls of the kitchen that have a matching colour scheme.
The ground floor bedroom consists of a dormer casement window with views down the Tyne valley, en suite casement frosted window and a set of french doors leading into the rear garden. The colour scheme for this room is light throughout with a contrasting darker grey feature colour of Dulux “Urban obsession” on the internal faces of the french doors, dormer and en suite window. Externally, Farrow and ball “Cord” was used to match the remaining external joinery.
A new stone built porch has been created where we have fitted a large casement window finished using matching dual colours to the kitchen arches.
The dual colour scheme continues into the lounge, where a new external door and frame have been fitted. Having two raised and fielded panels below and nine lights above, this dual colour door has been internally finished in the colour, Farrow and ball “Cornforth white” providing a warm, light shade of grey.
Our client required two pairs of made to measure shutters for the original windows of two first floor bedrooms. The material chosen for the shutters was Accoya and Tricoya. Tricoya is the sheet version of Accoya, providing a lightweight and stable material, perfect for use in an area with possible condensation and magnified sunlight. The shutters were finished using Teknos “traffic white” and black hardware throughout.