Gorgeous old rectory kitchen

Afternoon everyone, we hope you’re all coping well with the January blues….

To brighten the day up here’s some recent projects of ours.First up is a gorgeous kitchen in what used to be an old rectory, really high ceilings give a palatial feeling!.The devil is in the detail though, like the original furniture on the door to the breakfast patio, we found it was a lovely solid brass piece under all the old paint, so we stripped it completely, polished it and refitted. It sets off the door wonderfully.

Secondly within the same old rectory we made a feature of the original staircase, this was hand stripped, prepped and sprayed, whilst the handrail was treated to a deep wax finish, finally we picked out the pattern detail on the valance in white against the charcoal grey of the panels below and I’m sure you’ll agree it looks superb.

Finally we were challenged with prepping and hand painting a bespoke kitchen, the units were finished in ‘Toms eggshell ‘ from Little Greene paint company, we cannot rate their products highly enough for projects like this. We also worked alongside a local artist as he was laying up the bespoke murals at the same time!