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Hartley Crescent, near Headingley, Leeds, West Yorkshire by Designplay Architecture & Design. Photo shows living room of Hartley Crescent, a 1930's house which involved refurbishment, basement conversion and interior design by Designplay.

This small 1930's terrace house in Leeds was transformed on a very small budget. The ground floor was opened up to form a light bright living area leading to a new basement conversion, which provides two new bedrooms, a new bathroom and utility room. Large light wells are integrated into the exterior landscaping bringing light down into the new rooms.
The use of materials such as structural plywood, cement board and composite timber products have been used in creative ways where they act as both sub-structure and finished materials to reduce cost and create interest.

Hartley Crescent, near Headingley, Leeds, West Yorkshire by Designplay Architecture & Design. Photos show study and downstairs bathroom of Hartley Crescent, a 1930's house refurbished by Designplay. These rooms are located in the converted basement, which was fully tanked to British Standards and incorporates large light wells to ensure health light levels.

Hartley Crescent, near Headingley, Leeds, West Yorkshire by Designplay Architecture & Design. Photo shows bedroom of Hartley Crescent, a 1930's house refurbished by Designplay. Note the 'feature wall' incorporating adjustable shelving, bed head come sideboard with incorporated low energy feature lighting.







Refurbishment of 1930’s terraced house incorporating basement extension.


  • Conversion
  • Interior Design
  • Refurbishment
  • Residential
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