London flat refurbishments

.....we do London flat refurbishments.....


.....kitchens, lighting, flooring.....


.....joinery including shelves, cupboards and sideboards.....


.....bathrooms, wet rooms, en suites.....


London flat refurbishments

The pictures below show examples of a few of our central London flat refurbishments. All these flats were fully refurbished throughout, with new bedrooms, bathrooms, kitchens and living areas refurbished in each. One of the flats was fitted with a glass entrance hall to give a light, spacious, open plan feel, while still complying with building regs.

Building regs in London in some cases require that fireproof walls separate the exit/entrance way from the flat. This will often spoil the look of a flat and reduce the light throughout the flat. Installing a 30min fire glass hallway overcomes this issue, or alternatively a water mist or sprinkler system can be used.

In one flat an open plan kitchen centralised the living area and allowed the old kitchen to be used as a second bedroom, making very efficient use of the space available.

See our Blog posts on How we can help with your London flat refurb or, if you would like to get an idea of the cost of a refurbishment, see our blog post on the cost of a London flat refurbishment, or for some tips on flat refurbishment see our post 10 tips for a London flat reurbishment.

If you are carrying out a flat refurbishment email us, we are usually able to give you an idea of what your project might cost or give us a call to discuss it.

Project 1

This project consisted of refurbishing a penthouse flat throughout. The flooring was replaced with ‘bois de champ’ flooring, electrics and lighting were replaced, bespoke joinery was added to create a built in desk, filing and storage system. The flat was painted throughout.

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This was a flat in Mayfair that required a complete refurbishment. The overall aim of the project was to create light, open plan, clean space using primarily non reflective matt white, stainless steel and natural wood or stone finishes for the flooring.

An internal kitchen wall was removed and a glass partition added to give an open plan layout and improve the flow of natural light throughout the living area/dining area and adjoining corridor.

The kitchen, fitted along a single wall, was custom made incorporating Fisher Paykel appliances, a white glass backslpash, a custom made single piece stainless steel worktop and custom made LED lighting above and below.

Flush doors used throughout avoided the need for door architraves. Flooring throughout was replaced with matt engineered wood floor or matt porcelain or ceramic tiles. Both bathrooms were fully refurbished with waste and plumbing pipes being concealed in new ‘false’ walls.

Project 3

This project consisted of the complete refurbishment of a 1 bed flat with the some structural work to create a new WC and replacement of the kitchen, bathroom, all the flooring with a sound proof new flooring, new joinery throughout, new LED strip lighting, a custom made day-bed in the living room, identification and repair of a damp problem and repair work to existing windows.

Project 4

This project consisted of the complete refurbishment of a flat with the kitchen being moved from a dedicated kitchen into the living area to create a second bedroom, the addition of a second ensuite bathroom in a bedroom, a new glass covered hatchway staircase onto a roof terrace, installation of a fire proof glass entrance area to comply with building regs, installation of a jacuzzi and new electics and plumbing throughout.

Project 5

This project consisted of the complete refurbishment of a 2 storey flat with a new kitchen, bathroom, new flooring on one floor, new electrics, heating, lighting, new oak staircase, repairs to existing cornicing and custom new joinery including a wall of shelving and cupboards.