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    Quote Originally Posted by Hud View Post
    I've done a very similar project for a client in Toddington. Yours looks great 👍🏻👍🏻
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trevsked View Post
    Well done Drew, nice attention to the finish.
    The guy we worked for was a super cool and only 28 but wanted to spend his own hard earned money carefully.

    He loved everything including us removed his front bay window on the second floor just to get the blinking kitchen units in!

    He was even happier after getting the duplex flat valued at £200k over his final costs of purchase and investment

    We aim to advise and please 👍!

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    I love the trendy concept throughout , it's hard to get this effect in such small areas. Creating space in a place where you literally couldn't swing a cat around is a great achievement. Well done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Henry View Post
    I love the trendy concept throughout , it's hard to get this effect in such small areas. Creating space in a place where you literally couldn't swing a cat around is a great achievement. Well done.
    Cheers Hen,

    It was certainly a challenge but the coolest thing was the cantellevered bathroom shell on this project over the main staircase (didnít take any pics of this annoyingly) we designed and the team fitted which gave him the proper useable family bathroom the flat never had.

    Itís just great when we have the concepts clients sign off and bit by bit itís pulled apart and put back together by the team with a fresh look, which is the most satisfying thing about what we do and never cutting any corner on quality or finish knowing we can walk away with another job well done.

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    Looks great Drew- which locations do you cover? We need a new Bathroom soon

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    Top work as always Andrew, well done

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    Beautifully done Drew......

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    Quote Originally Posted by S1ARM View Post
    Cheers Hen,

    It was certainly a challenge but the coolest thing was the cantellevered bathroom shell on this project over the main staircase (didnít take any pics of this annoyingly) we designed and the team fitted which gave him the proper useable family bathroom the flat never had.

    Itís just great when we have the concepts clients sign off and bit by bit itís pulled apart and put back together by the team with a fresh look, which is the most satisfying thing about what we do and never cutting any corner on quality or finish knowing we can walk away with another job well done.
    What was the project budget? And did it go over?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnfm View Post
    What was the project budget? And did it go over?
    He had £140k to spend on a full rennovation including furniture of which we had £20k in the £140k for overages as it was an old Victoria conversion.

    We spent the full £140k but the place is like brand new now and not a surface not touched and by the time we finished it all as made to look like new, as once we had we gutted the place (8 skips of waste!) it was pretty horrific so it was a full rewire, full replumb, full replaster, lots of carpentry work to sort rotten joists etc, new bay hardwood window as we hoped to repair but it was shot to pieces and some various other bits.

    The previous owner had some odd ideas of cool design which we gladly removed and also redid the two bedroom with a very cool look and bespoke made wardrobes along along with a bespoke coat and bike rack cupboard in his open plan lounge that blended in seamlessly.

    All the finishes we suggested and he chose just gave the whole place a sense of calmness and timeless quality.

    He was a very happy chap with the final finish and thatís all we can ask for.
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    That's pretty good for a full gutting & rebuild. Looks ace.


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