By bringing natural light into the property and utilising clever space-saving features, the remodelling of this terraced property transformed a dilapidated, uninteresting house into a modern, open living space.
The original client brief focussed on modernising and extending this run-down terraced property to open up the living space and bring more light into both the ground and first floors. In order to achieve client aspirations, steel beams were utilised to open up the entirety of the ground floor. With the addition of a modest single storey extension, this allowed the creation of a new kitchen / dining area with a breakfast bar and bookcases used as room zoning features.
A new space-saving staircase was installed; the utilisation of a differing tread pattern allowed for the saving of valuable ground floor space with a roof window added to allow more light to enter the property via the open stairs.
Externally, a new patio area was installed at the rear to maximise the benefits of the new kitchen double doors; this fulfilled the light increasing brief while also enabling a better relationship between the indoors and outdoors of the property.
Berrys worked in collaboration on this project with Shaun Holyhead; through this connection, a fantastic finish has been achieved for this property and a relationship has been established with a reliable and highly regarded building contractor operating across the Shropshire area.