“A colourful renovation of an unusual Grade 2* listed Georgian Terrace in Clifton, Bristol.
‘We ârestoredâ the existing fabric, converting what were previously stores and garages in the rear to interior space (making them look as greek-island-glorious as we could). Newly introduced elements stand proud (literally, they are P R O U D ) of the older building, painted in bright, contrasting colours. NOT using Farrow and Ball. We are confidently Dulux. A redundant staircase was converted into a library (thereâs a kiddy ledge that is situated near the top, not shown in the photos). Light is brought into what was previously a dark (dank, bleak) area through the use of clerestories, a large skylight spanning the width of the property (there is a grill above it for the communal terrace, which casts uncanny, Hitchcock bars of shadow through the roomsâ¦), and a glazed wall unit (with integrated blind for privacy at night) to one side of the main corridor.'” madamstudio.com