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Some examples of our lower output stoves for small rooms or well insulated open plan spaces.
Inspiration for medium sized rooms and open plan spaces.
Stoves which can cope in large rooms, high ceilings or draughty spaces.
For that sleek look and clean floor space, an insert stove offers an alternative styling.
An oak frame kitchen extension needed to be a bit cosier for this busy modern family.
A simple rustic focal point was the desired outcome in this Brill home in Buckinghamshire
A beautiful family home needed the finishing touches to create two cosy corners for children and adults alike.
This Grade Two listed timber frame cottage had been renovated poorly in the 1970s. Requiring a complete overhaul, the first place to start was the heating.
A stunning Grade 2 listed manor house needed an injection of warmth and comfort
Alongside a new kitchen, this family home needed extra space for growing children.
The Old Vicarage, a Grade 2 listed early 18th century property, underwent a genteel renovation over a number of years.
A generous sized lounge was crying out for a feature fireplace. The homeowners had a clear idea of the look they wanted to achieve and with the help of a photo from a magazine, we added the magic to make it happen.
A disused boiler flue had a calling for a far more important role in this family home, becoming the warming visual link between every reception room.
When a terrace of small cottages were knocked into one, each room was in need of it's own identity. A small classic snug was in need of it's original charm.
Helping to create a focal point in a family living room.
Removing a contemporary open fire and bringing a beautiful inglenook back to it's former glory.
Having developed a strong relationship with a developer and their site foremen, build works run like clockwork.
A prestigious Grade II listed, late 16th century barn conversion
Having downsized from a large country home to a modern new build, this customer wanted to re-create the rustic feel she was used to.
An old gas fireplace needed an uplift to bring the lounge up to date with the fresh look created by the new owners.
Just a small extension meant this family home would undergo an impressive transformation with a log burner at it's heart.
This new home had been stripped of it's most important feature - the lounge fireplace. Our challenge was to create a more contemporary setting for this modern family.
A home for 'Illustrious Englishmen'
An elegant new build needed some special features. Dividing the living and dining spaces, a tunnel stove offered the perfect solution.