The new show home is a hive of activity with numerous trades and suppliers on site pushing the build forward.
Second fix got underway with electricians installing plug socket covers, switch plates and light fittings. With power and light now available at the flick of a switch, it not only signals a significant stage in the project but increases the ease with which work can be completed.
Carpenters fitted architraves and skirting boards, as well as hanging the internal doors sourced from trusted supplier JB Kind. The broad range of styles available from JB Kind, from contemporary and industrial to classic, cottage and shaker models, ensures self-builders are able to find a door collection to suit any interior look. Our doors were chosen from their contemporary collection, a grooved five-panel ladder-effect design in both white and walnut finishes.
Our impressive white oak staircase, supplied by TwoTwenty, now stands proudly in the hallway of the new show home. The glass balustrade to be installed shortly will provide a contemporary look as well as maximising light.
With staircases being one of the most important, as well as complex, internal elements of a house it’s essential that both the look and practicality is taken into consideration. A quality staircase can deliver a stunning first impression to a hallway, but it is vital that the design suits the house and the installation is finished to the highest standard. This is why we trust TwoTwenty, they manufacture and install high-quality bespoke staircases and their team of experienced joiners offer unrivalled customer service, taking full responsibility for the entire process.