Our latest project was a stunning oak framed veranda erected in the beautiful village of Weston Lullingfields, North Shropshire. The focus of the design of this frame was helping our customer make the most of their outdoor space and open out their home. The customer wanted to make use of a unique outdoor open fireplace – formerly a bread oven shared between two farm workers’ cottages. With the use of clever up-lighting, bringing out the rich tones of the oak frame, along with the warmth of the open fire, this structure truly comes into its own as the nights draw in.
Perfect for enjoying winter and summer nights, keeping warm around the fire.
Essex Garden Room
This project was for a large garden room on a clad house down in Essex. The oak frame needed to blend in well with the existing building while extending their current living space and kitchen. For this frame, we used exposed oak rafters throughout the frame which really brings the space to life. This combined with a handmade kiln dried roof lantern made it a stunning space for relaxing in. This has benefits aside from style with a large room lantern making our customers new space light and airy.
The frame was finished off with oak doors leading out into the patio garden with stunning views of the surrounding countryside. These doors were kept in line with the existing style of our customers home. For every frame we build we try and match the design to the property.
Shropshire BBQ Area
This project near our headquarters was a large frame supplied to one of our trade customers. The kitchen extension opens out onto the garden with a large set of bi-folding doors. To the side of the kitchen, the customer has installed an undercover BBQ and pizza oven with a preparation area and Belfast sink. This has given them the perfect space for both winter and summer entertaining.
North Shropshire Pub Pergola
One of two pergolas to replace a pair of rotting painted softwood pergolas. The staddle stones are made from local sandstone to match the local church and general architecture of the area.
This project was to freshen up the look and feel of the beer garden for patrons. The replacement of the old pergola has definitely done that! This new oak pergola is made from hardwood so it will last longer and the overall effect is much cleaner and fresher.
Whitchurch oak frame
This oak frame was designed to extend the kitchen out, but to also create a balcony above to come off the bedroom. As you can see from the third picture, the view is certainly one that is worth enjoying…