Zetland Passive House
The entrance hall features elaborate plaster cornicing and ceiling roses by The Coving Warehouse in Sheffield, refurbished chandeliers wired to accommodate power saving LED bulbs by Agapanthus Interiors in Stockport, and Victorian style mosaic flooring by Martin Mosaic in Wimbledon.
Graphene infused lime paint by Graphenstone has been used throughout the property. This natural, non-toxic paint is made flexible and super strong with the addition of Graphene, making it extremely durable and crack resistant.
Lime based paints are superior to other types of paint as they are breathable and act as natural air filters absorbing CO2.
Photo: Rick McCullagh
What Houzz contributors are saying:
As well as making the house more sustainable, the team wanted to restore the beautiful period elements of the original building.Unglazed Victorian mosaic tiles from Martin Mosaic in the UK were laid along the front path and in the hallway, while traditional plaster cornicing, ceiling roses and mouldings from The Coving Warehouse were custom-made and fitted throughout the house.
What Houzzers are commenting on:
Ecospheric As well as making the house green, the team wanted to restore the beautiful period elements of the original building. Unglazed Victorian mosaic tiles were laid along the front path and in the hallway, and traditional plaster cornicing, ceiling roses and mouldings were custom-made and fitted throughout the house. Victorian mosaic tiles, Martin Mosaic. Plaster moulding, The Coving Warehouse.