Marston Oxford OX3

After completing on the sale in June 2014, I had just 6 weeks to completely strip out and renovate this derelict mess. The open plan living and dining room grew by a metre in size by removing the two walls as you enter the property. In the dining room, I was able to play with the lighting a bit more and used a new supplier, Jam Jar Lighting, to create a retro feel, with the giant light bulbs hanging in the centre of the table.

The kitchen has remained tiny in size but feels like it has doubled, thanks to a fantastic German kitchen supplier, Kuchenwerks. I have managed to use clean lines and symmetry to create a minimalist look which maximised the space. In the bathroom I took a risk by using Porcel Thin tiles; about 4 mm thick. These super thin tiles come in huge slabs so it enabled me to only use a few, minimising the grouting lines. The faux marble effect looks so chic for a fraction of the high street cost.

The garden took a little bit longer to complete and for the planting to begin to mature. The garden office, from the garden office company, fits perfectly nestled under one of the willows.

Photo's were kindly taken by Breckon and Breckon who are the agents managing the sale of the property. 

 

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