Ashley Morrison's Blog

August 21, 2011

It felt like a building site for ages.

Filed under: Publish work — Ashley Morrison @ 11:38 pm
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Is the title of our most recent published work in the September 2011 issue of Style at Home magazine…
Pages 86 to 94 in the September 2011 issue of Style at Home magazine featuring Tanya and Graham Leech's cottage near Wadebridge in Cornwall.
.. on pages 86 to 94 – featuring Tanya and Graham Leech’s cottage near Wadebridge in Cornwall.

‘Turning two dilapidated cottages into one beautiful home was no mean feat for Tanya Leech from Cornwall, particularly as she added a few modern twists along the way’.

So Congratulations to Graham and Tanya here…
Tanya Leech in her cottage near Wadebridge in Cornwall.
.. and also a big thanks to James Ram, for his help throughout the day – which you can read about here, on our post about Camelot cottage.

Marie & me @ ampimage.com

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