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A stone 16th century, now a modern day barn conversion, photo taken at dusk showing a two storey glazed wall, through the glass can be seen a floating staircase with a curving steel banister and a a seating area on the first floor mezzaine.A stone 16th century, now a modern day barn conversion, photo taken at dusk showing a two storey glazed wall, through the glass can be seen a floating staircase with a curving steel banister and a a seating area on the first floor mezzaine.
Interior of a home extension, left hand wall open bookcase, right hand wall and far back wall is glazed with timber frames, in the centre are two grey sofas on a oak floor.Interior of a home extension, left hand wall open bookcase, right hand wall and far back wall is glazed with timber frames, in the centre are two grey sofas on a oak floor.
looking up at a steel spiral staircase painted whitelooking up at a steel spiral staircase painted white
A white bed in the centre of the frame with a curving red steel structure behind, behind this is a bathroom unseen, the room is painted white with exposed timber beams. 15th century farm house, barn conversions.A white bed in the centre of the frame with a curving red steel structure behind, behind this is a bathroom unseen, the room is painted white with exposed timber beams. 15th century farm house, barn conversions.
Interior of barn conversion. Left hand sided is an open bookcase, in front is a green sofa, which sits in front of am open fire, set into a lilac wall on the right hand side of the frame.Interior of barn conversion. Left hand sided is an open bookcase, in front is a green sofa, which sits in front of am open fire, set into a lilac wall on the right hand side of the frame.
church re-ordering interior, looking down the central nave. Walls painted white with exposed stone framing the windows and central arch. A wooden flooring supports a rows of chairs, with space left for the central aisle. At the far end of the nave is a wood cube-like structure, this contains a kitchen area (unseen).church re-ordering interior, looking down the central nave. Walls painted white with exposed stone framing the windows and central arch. A wooden flooring supports a rows of chairs, with space left for the central aisle. At the far end of the nave is a wood cube-like structure, this contains a kitchen area (unseen).
Image of light and airy bedroom with angled ceiling and zigzagging, timber-framed windows.Image of light and airy bedroom with angled ceiling and zigzagging, timber-framed windows.
Wooden walkway alongside indoor swimming pool.Wooden walkway alongside indoor swimming pool.
Impressive large brick and glass home, bespoke new build house, featuring two storey glazed windows.Impressive large brick and glass home, bespoke new build house, featuring two storey glazed windows.
Bespoke new build Worcestershire home, clay tiles, large two storey windows, set in a large garden.Bespoke new build Worcestershire home, clay tiles, large two storey windows, set in a large garden.
Sleek lines in modern kitchen with wood block breakfast bar, light filled from glazed wall on left hand side. The kitchen in the background is white with a red splash board.Sleek lines in modern kitchen with wood block breakfast bar, light filled from glazed wall on left hand side. The kitchen in the background is white with a red splash board.
Bespoke wooden staircase rising from tiled hallway, new build in WorcestershireBespoke wooden staircase rising from tiled hallway, new build in Worcestershire

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