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Jonathan and Jenny Blain have virtually rebuilt The Old Bakehouse in Devon, using eco-friendly materials and incorporating state-ofthe- art technology to create a home that has it all.
If you are involved with a new build in a traditional style, the chances are that it will have bargeboards. Unless your roof is hipped sloped at each gable end or has clipped verges, you will need these practical, decorative features to add a...
A traditional-style self build home in Norfolk. The woodland plot home has been clad in buff-coloured brick and flint pebbles.
A low energy home that uses a wide array of eco features yet successfully blends into its surroundings due to its traditional appearance.
Literally used for over a millennium, oak has been the chosen material for doors all over the world. With so much new material found in the modern world however, why do we still find ourselves choosing oak time and time again?
A stunning, traditional-style self-build farmhouse in Essex designed by Stephen Mattick.
Whatever its style, the key component that makes or breaks a traditional home’s exterior is its windows.
If you're planning on renovating a period house, make sure you hire tradesmen and designers that know about conservation. Whether your home is Edwardian, Victorian or Georgian, here's some advice on what you need to consider.