Here, we’ve brought you a selection of our latest projects to inspire you and show you our Daval cabinetry in real homes. Click on a project below to read the full case study and view images of our work.
Originally built as a cottage over 100 years ago, The Quarry House was beautifully extended and renovated into a substantial family home between 2016 – 2018. The stunning property is nestled in expansive grounds in the side of a working quarry and enjoys extensive views over the West Yorkshire countryside. Built using impressive Yorkshire stone from the quarry itself, the house seamlessly blends old and new to deliver an impressive piece of architecture.
Set back and nestled down a private country lane, this stunning home was originally built in 1998 as a stable block for the adjacent property. Originally with planning for a one-bedroom bungalow, our client has since extended upwards to create a stunning, four-bedroom family home set across two stories with beautiful views, with feature oak beams throughout that give a characterful nod to the building’s heritage.
Our client’s home is a 1960s-built detached property nestled in the bustling village of Almondbury, West Yorkshire. They recently chose to extend their kitchen to create a stunning, open plan living and dining area – with plenty of space for dancing being a top priority for the design! With large bi-folding doors leading out to an immaculate garden, the kitchen needed to achieve a light and airy feel to bring the outside in – and of course, leave with plenty of room for partying!
Nestled high up in the Yorkshire countryside on the edge of the Pennine Way and enjoying stunning 360 degree views, our client’s 17th century Georgian property is a truly stunning home. With a small standalone outhouse at the rear of the house, our clients decided they wanted to transform the space into a functional ‘bootility’ room to house a washing machine, walking gear and a shower for the family dog.
Rich and Dan’s stunning modern farmhouse is nestled on the outskirts of Holmfirth in West Yorkshire and was built around 2016. Showcasing a beautiful blend of traditional Yorkshire stone, oak timber framing and floor to ceiling glazing throughout, the house is flooded with light to achieve an open plan yet intimate feel. Rich and Dan share the space with their Lynx Bengal cat, and their two Dobermans.