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Clean Lines Update

Category: Conversion Design Advice February 23rd, 2009 by mbc

As the building progresses so some of the clean lines that I’m so fond of start to emerge. Below are some of my current favourite examples, more can be seen in my Picasa web album – (following a couple of technical hitches flickr seems to have abandoned me for the time being…)

They are to be found in many places and take many forms…

Of course, not all clean lines are new and ‘shiny’ they can also be old and organic.
From Clean Lines


It’s not all old either. This picture shows the high-tech face of clean lines – solar panels and modern ‘heritage’ velux windows set against original welsh slate roof.
From Clean Lines
This picture is a favourite of mine, with its sharp technical (clean) lines tempered by the decorative (but functional) oak beam. I’ve always been proud of the fact that the beams are both decorative and structural (they bear much of the weight of the first floor).
From Clean Lines
Visit my Clean Lines photo album on Picasa>>
Clean Lines


If you enjoyed that post, then read these…

I’m certainly no bathroom designer / the strange 1 metre wide space
The original plans for the barn had two largish bathrooms one of which contained an airing cupboard that to my mind was a waste of space.

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Main bedroom ‘suite’…
Please excuse the slightly pompous title to this post – guess I’m pretty happy with way this aspect of the conversion has gone.

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First signs of spring…
I originally thought that butterflies first made their appearance later in the year than this, associating them more with childhood memories of hot August days than the very start of…

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