This cottage was completely renovated into a romantic, holiday let. Attractive, original features have been restored whilst introducing modern convenience.


Practical and Bespoke

Bespoke items of furniture can be designed and built in to awkward spaces to maximise storage space. This wardrobe was carefully scribed around the original brick fireplace in the master bedroom.

Cosy and Inviting

A mix of original character features and modern conveniences are used to create the perfect romantic, get-away cottage. All of the interior decor is sympathetic towards the surrounding countryside and the original building materials of this stone built cottage.

Elegant and Modern

Soft and neutral modern colours within the soft furnishings compliment natural tones of the old timbers. Feature pieces in the room are left unfinished like the cotswold stone.



In this space, a creative blend of curves and natural colours produce a feeling of bringing the outside in.  The result is a place of calm and relaxation; in harmony with its surroundings, making a perfect place to eat, drink and unwind. A concept produced for a well known garden company. Who's Cafe is not only used by garden centre customers, but also for business meetings and various social events.

Produced on AutoCAD; the circular seating areas in these images were specifically designed and built for this space. 

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A design concept produced for The Cock Inn public house entirely by hand drawing. The brief- a modern restaurant and bar area which retains it's traditional charm. The pub, set within a village, need's to keep the all important cosy, country feel whilst providing a hygienic, low maintenance interior. Stacked logs and stags head feature as wall decor.


Planning the Layout

Initial floor plans produced for the pub's bar and restaurant carefully
consider space between tables in the restaurant and afford privacy for diners when eating and drinking.

Concept Drawings

Sketches provided for different sections of the bar and restaurant along with colour schemes, provide practical solutions in modern materials -. particularly
with hygiene in mind.

The Final Design

The final design is a hand drawn, 3D perspective image. Colour schemes can be seen and the observer gets a feeling for the flow of the whole space. Features, such as the curved wall from the entrance lead customers through to the bar area where they can relax with a drink before being shown through to the restaurant.