Having built a conservatory for this client, we then carried on to remodel the interior of this Georgian property. Reclaimed Rhodesian teak originally laid in the Bank of England was relaid in herringbone fashion with a maple border. Once the floor was sanded and sealed the transformation was complete. This “wetroom” was created in the original basement of the property having dug up the old brick floor and laying new sewer pipes connected to the public sewer. The walls and floor are Brazilian granite and on the right hand side is a wall of mirrors. A new cut string maple staircase was manufactured and installed incorporating a curtail step at the bottom. The continuous handrail is made from American black walnut with a volute, upward easing and wreath hand carved for the project.