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Sean’s Blog: Kitchen Refurbishment

Sean Stack - Louka Fine FinishHi everyone,

What another lovely week we have had – I wonder if the weather is here to stay this Summer? Or now, perhaps I have tempted fate!

Anyway, I trust that you have been enjoying the sunshine and making the most of it.

Kitchen refurb from Louka Fine Finish

I thought it would be interesting to bring you a blog about refurbishment and how you don’t have to spend loads of money and go the “full hog” to get a room to be proud of.

In many instances, people rip out kitchens when a simple, quality refurb would do the job.

In this case, we have carried out works to a kitchen that has given it a totally new lease of life.

We have re-modelled an existing kitchen and tweaked the following, which has been far

cheaper than starting from scratch and the finish is really smart:

  • Electrics
  • Plinth Lighting
  • Plumbing
  • Gas Painting
  • Decorating
  • Plastering

In addition, we have made changes to improve the utility area to give the client the kitchen of their dreams. This sort of bespoke work is available and you will still see change from £10k with Louka Fine Finish.

Moreover, you will be getting something that is unique, bespoke and quality guaranteed.

If you would like to find out more please don’t hesitate to call me on 07886 880963 for a free of charge quotation,

Kitchen refurbishment specialists shropshire

 

 

 

Sean Stack

 

 

Kitchen refurbishment specialists

Fitted Wardrobes

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What a lovely time we’ve been having – rather on and off – with the weather.

 
We have been working on some luxury interiors that I thought I would share with you; as you will know if you are a regular website visitor – or if you follow me on Twitter – that we specialise in complete design and build.

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We also design, craft and install top-end fitted furniture and this one is just one of these examples.

 

 

This particular work is for a loft conversion in Shropshire and it comprises a complete fitted wardrobe solution and a window seat to relax and unwind in.

 

Here are the details:

 

wardrobe pics 31. Hand-crafted in solid oak
2. “Mortise and tenon” framed doors
3. Stainless steel hinges
4. A welfare unit features in the central cabinet
5. The finish will be osmo natural oil
6. The central unit will also feature a full height mirrored door for ease of dressing and preparation

 

 

If you have an awkward space – or actually, any space – that could do with the Louka Fine Finish treatment, contact me on 07886880963.
Fitted Wardrobe

 
In the meantime, feel free to share and/or recommend our work if value time-honoured craftsmanship that has all but vanished in today’s flat-pack world.

 
Have a super week everyone, let’s hope the rain stays away!

 

 

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Week to date…

Sean Louka Well it’s only Wednesday but already my week has felt more like two – in terms of workload anyway!

 

But it’s all good and one must never grumble when one is busy!

 

On Monday, I went to look at an exciting new job. This one is a little unusual; it basically involves incorporating a storage area into a factory mezzanine space. We will be designing a crew room and also an office space so fingers crossed they will love our designs (and of course we will price it right, too). Will keep you posted.

 

I have also been to see the engineer at the barn we are currently working on. Rather interestingly, the guys found a brick corbel footing when they were digging an area out.

 

I’m looking forward to getting design inspiration from the Alps – I always try and do this whenever I am abroad or if I am in any new place with different architecture.My new mountain bike has now arrived and I am going mountain

mountain bike

biking in Morzine, France soon, to make the most of my new toy and to try and grab a (rather active) break!

 

Travel, after all, enriches us in so many ways.

 

Have a great week everyone, will update you soon hopefully with more photos!

 

Sean Stack