Highferry Barn is a renovated barn stretched over an impressive 2 acres of land in Lincolnshire.
Purchased in March 2015 by the Mccuaigs, it took 15 months of renovation to transform the derelict barn into a luxury country home, before they could move in – perfect timing to enjoy the Summer months!
Being a listed building, certain restrictions around the use of specific materials were important to the commencement of the project. But this didn’t deter the Mccuaigs! As a result, they were introduced to us, through their local merchant.
It was imperative that the character of the property was maintained through the preservation of original openings, and therefore the renovation plan required bespoke joinery.
The barn was a listed building, therefore the windows and doors needed to be Timber.
As experts in bespoke and made to measure timber joinery, we worked with the Mccuaigs to supply joinery across the entire property.
We supplied a range of beautifully bespoke products finished in a Dark Satin paint with contemporary black furniture.The products supplied included Mortice and Tennon arched top Doorsets, arched French Doorsets and a range of casement windows all made to fit the original openings of the historical property (pictured).
It is great to see our products feature throughout such a beautiful property that has been restored with much thought and plenty of love and care.
Renovating an older property without destroying its character takes careful consideration but we think that the Mccuaigs have ensured the perfect balance, right down to the garden design!
Speaking of design, the properties interior is inspired by the English Country trend with modern interpretations of original features.
The styling of the property includes elements of a traditional country home, however the neutral colour scheme and selective décor pieces strategically positioned throughout bring the home into the correct era whilst also softening the rustic nature of the barn.
We love the English Country trend and think that natural materials and exposed treated woodworks should be coupled with rustic green hues and softer blush tones for a classic country feel.
Our recommended colour palette to compliment the trend, is New Spring, Truffle Whisper and Cold Dessert, which can be found in our Showcase Brochure.*
‘We are really happy with the quality of our windows and doors and would certainly use them again as well recommending to others’. Duncan Mccuaig
It is great to hear such great feedback from the Mccuaigs, who are now enjoying the delights of their new and beautiful home.
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