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Bespoke kitchen and bathrooms for CaSA Architects

We were pleased to be chosen by CaSA architects to work alongside them on the design and build of this period apartment in Bathwick near the centre of Bath.

Our bespoke work included new joinery – windows and doors – in a combination of very traditional and uber contemporary styles. The property was totally transformed from a 1970’s flat space with all architectural features of the property hidden behind textured wallpaper. A total rip-out revealed beautiful panelled ceilings and unique period mouldings. We used these references as inspiration for our new joinery.

Our bespoke kitchen combined slab doors with routered pull details, Silestone Worktops, bespoke stainless steel detailing and a high gloss finish. The sliding patio doors open fully to create a harmonious indoor-outdoor space (when the weather allows).

Our bespoke bathroom work included using plenty of mirrors to create space and light, and mixing materials such as walnut and Corian to continue the theme of the property. Photos by Tim Baker of Watermill Studios as always.

 

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