The brief from the client was to give their en-suite bathroom a complete redesign. They wanted a clean minimalist feel with great functionality and maximum use from the space available.
When our client wanted a new storage feature in their home they turned to Court Homemakers and Sam, our Design Consultant, took care of the whole project from start to finish.
Mr and Mrs Roy chose Court Homemakers to replace their dated kitchen – and couldn’t have imagined the level of service and attention to detail the Court Homemakers team put into the project.
When Mr & Mrs Thirlwell wanted a new bathroom they spoke to Court Homemakers and Sam took care of the whole project from start to finish.
Court Homemakers have been deeply moved by the current events in Ukraine and wanted to do their little bit to show support for those suffering. When they saw that the team at Surge, working in partnership with mylockup.com, were collecting essential supplies to send over to Ukraine they thought they’d help. The list that has been […]
Having worked with Court Homemakers previously, this client knew exactly who to call to ensure this project had the wow factor.
Two decades on from a previous successful project, the Riley family once again turned to Court Homemakers for expert help and advice on an ambitious kitchen and bathroom project.
The Robinsons felt that their previous kitchen was never light enough! Natural light was scarce, which made the space unappealing. A kitchen renovation was definitely on the cards and it was Court Homemakers who were chosen to complete the project.
When the Robinsons decided it was time to transform their bathroom and give it the wow-factor they felt it deserved, they visited their local Court Homemakers showroom. The displays were great to see, but they already know what they wanted. The bathroom they desired would sit comfortably in any grand hotel.
The Boothby's had moved into a new build 20 years ago. They loved the house but always felt that the kitchen let it down. It felt disproportionately small and there was a separate utility room and family room which just wasn't a great use of space. Their brief was simple. Open the space up and give the house the heart of the home it deserved.