Extension Project in Henleaze, Bristol
Our initial brief was to build a sympathetic extension which would be in-keeping with the period property, but evolved to include a renovation of an existing room which would act as a new, family kitchen.
Valley built an extension which included a flat roof design which mimicked a more traditional lead version, using old style materials. We also manufactured and fitted a hardwood lantern and matching sliding & folding doors + windows.
The project grew during the process and also included secret cupboards, a floating breakfast table with a stunning curved bookcase. We even fitted cold shelves in the larder for one of the final touches.
Everything was constructed in tulip timber and hand painted using Farrow and Ball traditional colours.
The completed project was both practical and beautiful providing the family with a property enhancing space to enjoy for years to come.
The client was very extremely happy with what we did and, although we can't go into specifics of the project, to replicate this type of project would require a budget of c£22k for the kitchen and c£60k for all the building and renovation work.