The client brief for this large rectory in Richmond was to create an individual and interesting home for a busy family of four. The house was significantly extended at the back and a rather bland 1970’s extension was transformed using large glazed doors, reclaimed beams and an island made from reclaimed materials. We used lime plaster and salvaged the original Victorian boards to make the house feel original whilst adding fireplaces, cornicing and reclaimed lights as well as an indoor fireplace for cooking. We also did the garden and built a shed and garden beds using reclaimed materials. The house was featured in Home and Garden.