Windows are said to be the eyes of a house: letting in light, giving outward views, and profoundly influencing the appearance.
Saving Kent’s Heritage – Tunstall Church
We follow the on-going restoration of tunstall church, a grade 1 listed church of great art-historical significance
There is a gem nestling in picturesque grounds just outside Langton Green in Kent. Unless you had previously sought out a company that creates beautiful handmade stone garden ornaments, fountains and architectural elements, then you may not even know they exist.
Eve Ranger used her creative flair to bring a tired-looking seaside house back to life with a wealth of pretty pastels and muted florals
A Master of his Craft
Mark Padfield and his team thatch a Grade 2 listed cottage in Preston, near Canterbury
Traditional Leaded Lights
Leaded lights are one of the oldest techniques for glazing still in use today. Looked after properly, leaded lights can last hundreds of years, so routine maintenance is essential for preservation.
Don’t blame it on the Moonlight
Our features writer Louise Tomlin talks to the owner and inventor of stone globe lights, Joanna Wallis
Extending a Listed Building – Problem or Opportunity?
Architect Peter King outlines the main approaches to extending a historic building
Mark Lane, award-winning garden designer and BBC TV presenter, saw the potential in this run down 70s bungalow and seized the opportunity to make it shine again.