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Decorative oak for a country manor house

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The owners of this new-built manor house approached Oakmasters with a vision to add character to their new home, which was being built using traditional brick and mortar. In some rooms they wanted open vaulted roofs with feature oak trusses and purlins, in others, traditional oak beam layouts on the ceilings. The outside was tastefully decorated with exterior wall cladding made from semi-seasoned oak beams. You'll have to agree, the result is rather breathtaking. (Images courtesy of Knight Frank)

External oak cladding creates an interesting feature on the front of the house (6084)

Traditionally built house with Tudor style exterior oak cladding (6085)

Beautiful oak beam ceiling layout in the office (6086)

The oak frame with trusses, posts and beams sits inside the brick structure of the kitchen diner area (6087)

Oak vaulted ceiling in the living area of the house (6088)

Oak fireplace beam perfectly compliments the high ceilings with oak purlins and trusses (6089)

Sitting room features an oak beam layout (6090)

Beautifully appointed sitting room with oak beams (6091)