Ramsden Road, Balham - Hughes Developments
Hughes Developments completed a top to bottom redesign of this semi-detached Victorian house in South West London. The project included a basement dig to provide over 1,000 square feet of extra living space, plus a rear extension and loft conversion. The basements now house a home cinema, study, guest bedroom and steam room. The remainder read more
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How High Do I Hang Pictures in My Hallway? — Whitken & Co
One of the common mistakes people make when hanging pictures or art work is hanging it too high. You'll read a lot of advice that says to hang your pictures at "eye level" but eye level for one person can be totally different than eye level for another person. Take for example Sha
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Colliford 50 | LM-085 | Victorian and Contemporary Geometric Floor Tile Designs
Grey and White, a traditional pattern with 50mm diamond border and two lines. Composed predominantly of 50mm squares.
Staircase - DMVF were approached by the owners of this detached late Victorian house in order to undertake a full restoration and extension of their home. Restoration works included new timber framed sash windows throughout, refurbishment of plaster finishes and cornicing, new heating, wiring and plumbing throughout. New decorative finishes throughout the interior were provided and extensive upragding to the landscaping of the gardens. www.dmvf.ie. Photo by MarkScott.