Main structure of our Hampton Conservatory has been built and beautiful linear fencing is being fitted…very exciting stuff! It gets more exciting each week now, when you can see all of your hard work coming together. We have now finalised all of our joinery designs with the client including 2x bathroom consoles, walk in wardrobe, full kitchen, bespoke kitchen island and full height pantry wall, wardrobe in double bedroom, bookcases and panelling in office. We have also finalised the remaining finishes which include paint, wallpaper, cornicing, carpets and ironmongery. ….Not too long now!

Contemporary, linear, slatted panelling will line the boundary walls of the garden. To be painted.
View to ground floor with conservatory on top
Lowest tier with salvaged brick paving and well with matching paving
Additional planters on mid tier with rendered finish
First view of the conservatory
First look inside

The main works that have been taking place over the last week have been outside in the garden. The final retaining concrete walls have been poured and set and the structure of the three tier landscape design is becoming more visible. It is getting us all very excited for the end result! The first set of wide concrete steps to the mid tier have been formed and the excavation for the rainwater harvesting has been done. The rain water harvesting tank has also been installed in the mid tier with the necessary plumbing works for it being carried out now. Patching up of damaged walls and ceilings is taking place inside, while at Kingston Lafferty Design we are busy detailing all of the joinery for the kitchen and walk in wardrobe. Tiles and finishes have been ordered, so finishes will start to be applied over the next few weeks.

Work boots lined up in a row!
Internal plastering in en-suite bathroom
structural concrete walls define the three tiered garden design
Uneven walls require a lot of patching up
New hot water cylinder ready for installation
Rainwater harvesting tank set into mid tier garden level
Quite the task to get that digger out of there!!
Original lathe and plaster ceiling needs a lot of patching up