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Period Farmhouse - Circa 1650

The early Jacobean stone mullion windows were heavily painted. They haArchitectural Restorationd fine softwood (previous replacements) & oak casements. The Georgian window shutters also heavily pArchitectural Restorationainted and fixed in places. There was modern replacement skirting and architrave, surface mounted heating pipes!
An Oak "Wainscoted door" (possibly a remnant from the early 17thC original woodwork) needed some restoration.

We started the restoration, stripping by hand all the painted areas, we then repaired and made good all sound areas. The heating pipes were hidden in box skirting, matching this around the room, along with 90° curves! Replacement Georgian style architrave was fitted to four of the door casements. Simple secondary glazing units (removable) were made and fixed. The "Wainscoted door" was restored and re-fitted to a closet. The woodwork was then painted with some feature areas sealed and waxed.Finished Room

 

 

 

 

 

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Hamlyn Lodge, Station Road, Ollerton, Newark, Notts. NG22 9BN