Sharp pitch: Wilston Bungalow

  • Roofing

    Recycled Wunderlich terracotta tiles; Stramit Longspan cladding.
  • External walls

    Warwick Brick Works traditional face bricks in ‘Ebony’; timber batten screen.
  • Internal walls

    Johnson Tiles gloss wall tiles; Winckelmans Squares tiles from Metro Tiles; The Tile Mob hexagon mosaics tiles.
  • Windows and doors

    Duce Timber Windows and Doors timber-framed windows and doors; Schlage door hardware from Allegion.
  • Flooring

    LifePlus timber decking.
  • Lighting

    Recycled and reconditioned original fittings; custom-designed pendant by Push; Nocturnal Lighting Twiggy Spike garden lights.
  • Kitchen

    AEG Appliances Combi Steam oven and microwave; Highland gas cooktop; Qasair rangehood; Siemens dishwasher; Belfast Sinks sink; Caroma Dorf tapware; Brazilian granite benchtop from Ace Stone and Tiles; custom-designed island bench by Push.
  • Bathroom

    Caroma Dorf tapware and fittings; custom-designed mirror by Push.
  • Heating and cooling

    Fujitsu reverse-cycle airconditioner; AeroDC Aeratron two-blade ceiling fans; Jetmaster fireplace.

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