Project: Cornish Mill House

Kieran has been creating a beautiful bespoke Cornish Mill House. He was inspired by a recent trip to St Ives. This house boasts custom flooring and hand carved real oak beams. Many techniques have been used to create the Mill’s authentic feel including the use of real slate roofing and rough faced grey stone for cobble paving. Kieran has used filler to mould the plaster look of the interior. The Mill is fully lit with fireplaces and smoking chimney to give it that warm and lived-in feel. There are various staircases, weathered and carved to looked well used and traditional. The wood work has been hand carved and the stone weathered to look like the Mill has been running for some time. The wheel on the exterior has been made using reclaimed wood and will be weathered to add true character. The Mill will also have bay windows to display items and invite customers to purchase their wares.

Kieran hopes that someone will transform this Mill into a home and bakery/ tea shop, like the one he remembers which helped to inspire the build, by adding characters and props to bring it to life! The entire project took 2.5 months to complete and Kieran states the bespoke exterior staircase was a real labour of love!

If you are interested in discussing any of the above techniques on your project, the team are here to help with advice and tips to help bring your creation to life. If you are interested in purchasing the Cornish Mill House, please contact us to discuss.