Another of our repeat clients asked that we undertook full decorating services to the exterior of their stunning, period thatched property.
Having already worked within several rooms internally, during the dryer months of the year the owners wanted to extend their painstaking and meticulous renovation to the exterior of the property.
The owners had a very defined view of how they wanted the house to look, so there was much work to do – uPVC windows had been removed in favour of wood, incorporating the heritage of the building.
Here, small details really enhanced the over all finish, by painting the frames black and the sashes white. The render was coated in white Dulux Weathershield, providing stark contrast to the Ebony Sadolins Extra staining to the original beams.
The barn style extension was also coated in Black Sadolins, and further black painting to the gable ends. Overall, the transformation to the home was eye-catching, and certainly provided significant kerb appeal.