Working on an amazing building in the hub of Waterloo. Half of the building had old traditional lime based render and the other was rendered using modern sand and cement. When painting on Lime based render we needed to use a mineral based paint and the other half in Dulux Weathershield. All windows are finished in a pure brilliant white gloss the shop front was finished using Dulux trade Ultimate Opaque giving a satin finish.
Hand painted kitchens and furniture using Farrow and Ball Water-based eggshell in various colours
A beautiful Victorian 2 bedroom flat in the centre of Primrose Hill. Decorating the hallway, kitchen and bathrooms. We used a Farrow and Ball colour palette: of 'pointing' for the ceilings and woodwork and 'Ammonite' for the walls. Sanding the handrail back to bare wood and used bees wax to finish.
When we began work at Castlehaven Road we discovered that the years of paintwork hid a multitude of sins. We stripped it back, repaired the masonry and woodwork damage and gave it all a thorough paint job using a mineral paint for the traditional lime based render.
After years of neglect on the woodwork in Huddelston Road, we spent a lot of time to bring it back to its former glory. Changing the lighting throughout whilst using a Pure brilliant white satin wood, this allowed the dark handrail pop out.
An amazing 2 bedroom flat sitting on the canal which needed a face lift up to lighten every room before new tenants move in.
This commercial building in West Hampstead needed special attention to the window sills as some were in a terrible condition, these needed to be re-cast. All masonry was repaired, windows sealed and then all painted using White Dulux Weathershield.
A one bedroom property situated in the middle of Kensington. We used Farrow and Ball 'Pointing' on the ceilings and woodwork instead of using a brilliant white.
All types of solid wood furniture can be restored. These tables and chairs had been weathered for years. To bring these back to life we stripped them back to bare wood and applied a danish oil, finishing off with wire wool.
These basement bedrooms in primrose hill had a few issues with blown plaster and cracking throughout the property. We applied Laura Ashley wallpaper to the walls using Farrow and Ball 'Blackened' and 'Slipper Satin' using eggshell on all of the woodwork.