We’re pleased to have built a great relationship with the renowned interior designer, Janey Butler and the architects at the Llama Group. One of the latest design developments constructed by Janey and the team is the wonderful work on Cotswold Manor – a stunning home in the country estate of the Cotswolds.
Janey spoke with Lusso on the project and revealed: “Our clients had owned the property for 10 years and although well presented, they felt the interior was austere and dated in its design. Our client had been following Janey Butler Interiors for several years and when they were ready to undertake this comprehensive refit/upgrade they contacted us and the initial design phase started.”
The project, named The Manor House, is a listed, large three storey home with classic features that date back to the 17th century such as the home’s attached barn. Janey’s practice requested planning permission to create new Crittal style openings to the house, working alongside the Llama Architects to construct. Throughout the home, only the finest materials and components have been used, from a huge 16th-Century French limestone fireplace through to the freestanding Lusso stone bath and a standalone bath tap.
In this stunning build, the Lusso Picasso is a striking centrepiece, staged beautifully in front of an oval, Georgian style window, allowing the natural lighting to radiate against the wooden accents and silky stone. Just through from the top floor guest bathroom, the ensuite is resemblant of a luxury hotel suite, forming the perfect refuge of tranquillity and serenity. The basin used is the matching Picasso style to the tub and is styled with our Brushed Stainless mixer tap.
“This was another very complex, large and high specification Cotswold project for Janey Butler Interiors and one that we are still proud to be working on through continued phases/buildings within this large Cotswold Estate.” – Janey Butler. Congratulations to all involved on such a breathtaking project. For more on Janey Butler and the Llama Group’s work, see the link’s below: