The job at Flint barn consisted of four parts. There was an extension at the rear of the property, a utility extension at the front of the property, kitchen fit and alterations to the downstairs layout. The plans showed a large open plan kitchen which incorporated the rear extension. This extension was mostly glass panels with an aluminium bi-fold door.
Completely Knocking through and allowing the extension to be part of the kitchen really showed off the glass panels and bought lots of light and a modern feel to the old barn. With natural stone tiles throughout, the extension effortlessly blended in.
The front extension was an addition to the existing utility room. We used flint blocks to stay in keeping with the rest of the property and also changed the roof to a gable end with barn hip. These bits of detail form the architect made the extension fit in perfectly with the rest of the property.
A Neptune kitchen was supplied by the customer for us to fit. With all units made from solid hardwood timber, this was a high end kitchen which looked great once completed. We striped the existing kitchen, rearrange electrics and plumbing, plastered and painted the room prier to installation. LJ Carpentry & Building Ltd project managed the complete scope of works.