(Mis)adventures of converting a stone barn to a dwelling

August, 2009


Time to plasterboard the interior. Started with Pip’s lounge Then painted! And spiral staircase up to the first two rooms installed And BINGO, liveable in room Started to board in the GTL, so we could run wiring in to the completed rooms. And some services into my projector room window sill Some more gtl work, …Continue reading

Framing the inside

We decided to use metal framework for fixing the plasterboard to, because its quick, efficient and doesn’t have rot issues. While the wall was exposed, we ran in the wiring for first fix electricals, and this spur with data to each window to incorporate blind automation at one point. Then we filled the space behind …Continue reading

Rear Door time

After struggling to get inside the barn now, it was time to cut and fit the rear door. First pick hole in wall with giant steel spike And then a window… Snug fit, yes I know its got no lintel yet Casting the rear door frame in the same fashion as the other doors