Robert had been unwell for some time and having suffered a stroke, Rosalind had wanted him to move in with her. Due to the urgency of the situation Rosalind has made temporary arrangements for her living room to become his bedroom whilst she undertook some building work. But after a dispute with the builder that resulted in an incomplete build, the temporary living conditions were looking scarily permanent.
But the team came to the rescue, and despite a few setbacks were able to create a brand new living space for Robert. So weeks later, how much of an impact has the room had on Robert’s life? How has this push forward motivated Rosalind? Edward and John go back to find out.
Building Services supplied by Hooson Development Limited, Garethhooson@hotmail.co.uk, 07886 682 733
Interior Design by Edward Robinson ID Ltd
Decorating carried out by Francesca Parratt 07956 073 251 Pennyflip3shroom@aol.com
Doc M Pack, sink, pedestal, toilet and bars all kindly donated by AKW 01905 823 299
Playing card table kindly donated by Out there Interiors 0208 0997 443 firstname.lastname@example.org
Upclycle paint kindly supplied by Annie Sloan, 01865713089
New Wave Doors kindly donated by Legacy Windows, 0500 50 11 11
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Carpet and flooring protection kindly supplied by Packexe; 01392 438191 firstname.lastname@example.org
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