Wych Elm is a residential house that has been built in Bath for a Cornish Client. We have been contracted to carry out various works, this second stage of works sees us starting to install the Cornish walling stone, cladding around two curved walls.
Wych Elm is a newly built house in Bath where the emphasis was on design. This house has a huge amount of character which was clearly down to the owners who had a massive involvement with the project.
We have finally had some lovely sunny days which has given us the chance to get out and add a major part to our outdoor display.
Our external displays are really coming together. We now have almost 30 paving displays for our customers to view. We have many more external stone landscaping products on display here at our showroom in Par.
The next stage of our external displays, sees us install the sandstone and slate Meridian Feature Walling Tiles on the rear wall of our Venetian Display. Here at Everything Stone we supply and install a wide range of stone wall cladding systems. Meridian Walling Tiles can add that contemporary look to most designs.
Time for the decorative aggregate! Before any gravel is laid, we first install a weed suppressant membrane, which you can see being laid in these photo’s. In our display we have picked four different types of decorative aggregate stone, they are Cotswold buff, Scottish pebbles, Plum slate and golden flint.
White Timber Pergola So after installing most of the patio displays, we now concentrate our efforts on the white timber pergola that has been designed to sit on our granite columns, hovering stylishly over our Venetian feature display.
We can’t wait for our displays to be finished, they are definitely coming along and looking amazing already. We hope you will come down and see our natural stone displays at our showroom in Par very soon.
Still continuing with our external displays despite the change in weather. Come rain or shine our expert team are determined to complete our displays so you can come and see what would look fabulous in your garden.
Enjoying a few dry and sunny days in October while working on our external displays. Looking lovely and definitely starting to realise what our end result will look like.