Stunning Pub Conversion
This property is a former public house situated in the centre of New Alresford, Hampshire.
Our clients moved into this property after the closure of the pub and took on the huge task of transforming it into a functioning family home. They moved in to the upper floors of the property, the former living quarters, whilst applying for planning permission to convert the pub area into residential use.
To help make the upstairs more habitable Alresford Interiors were invited to restore the old pine floors. The floors had been left untouched for a number of years and weren’t looking their best; they had stained and marked over time but with time and patience, they were sanded back to their natural state which showed their true beauty.
Once the planning permission for the remainder of the property was approved we worked with the clients and their builders to transform both the kitchen and floors throughout the downstairs. Alresford Interiors supplied and fitted a hand distressed, rustic oak engineered wood floor to suit the style of the old bar. The boards were random width, hand distressed by our team and then stained to really achieve the feel the clients were after.
With the period style floors in place, the clients opted for a very contemporary feel for the kitchen. They opted for a high gloss white kitchen, including a stunning 3.6m long island with a full length breakfast bar. The design provided lots of storage and a really sleek appearance. They chose to add pink plinth lights under the cabinets to inject some colour and match the light pink Smeg fridge, The design came together beautifully and really makes this kitchen unique and personal. This property been transformed into a fabulous home, perfect for a family and Alresford Interiors were delighted to have been part of the process.
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