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Devon barn

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We couldn't interest Kevin McCloud in our barn conversion, so we went one better, a blog. You can follow our progress as we turn what was the kitchen of a medieval grange in south Devon into a home for a family of four. I will attempt to answer any questions, so write away!

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Arthur Dent

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Not me officer. It was the seal wot dunnit. The seal looks innocent though of all charges.
26th Jul 2006, 15:38   comments (0)

Mess within tent

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Four weeks in and all housekeeping has gone out of the window. It looks kinda lika bomb has hit a back stage dressing room.
26th Jul 2006, 15:37   comments (2)

Pond life

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26th Jul 2006, 15:37   comments (2)

Wayne's world

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Meanwhile, inside the barn the ceiling is starting to take shape and wires are appearing everywhere.
26th Jul 2006, 15:34   comments (0)


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and Richard with Kev. Kev has now been dropped into a big hole and clad in concrete.
26th Jul 2006, 15:34   comments (0)

Not my my back yard!

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Bernard and Ro's gazebo is surrounded by what looks like a battleground as the waste pipes from them and us are channelled through to a waiting Kev.
26th Jul 2006, 15:28   comments (0)

Flat out

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The concrete slab is down. It's changed the whole atmosphere of the place, it suddenly has a solid feel, rather than ramshackle. The electrician and joiner are meeting H today on site. The plans have been drawn for the electrics. We want cat 5 in all rooms and are going to ask Steve if he can help with the drawings. All this and England are through to the knock-out stages.
21st Jun 2006, 10:04   comments (3)

floored genius

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The lighting is starting to take shape. Up above Brian, where the trusses meet the wall, will be a series of spotlights. There will also be drop lights in between the main beams, but we have yet to decide on what form they will take. Upstairs hidden fluorescent tubes along the bottom edge of the roof will give up and down lighting. There will also be drop lights from every other beam.
21st Jun 2006, 10:03   comments (0)