The Burrows in Swansea was constructed as a stone cottage with a timber shingle roof within the 1860s, and remained in the identical household till 2017! Over time, add-ons have been made to the cottage – and when Bek Burrows and Paul DeRuyter grew to become its custodians, they embarked upon their very own updates and additions, with the constructing work accomplished completely by Paul.
‘The ocean and sky really feel so huge right here’, says Bek of the spectacular views stretching out over Nice Oyster Bay. Optimum entry to those views have been on the coronary heart of each design resolution made when bringing The Burrows to life. ‘The colors and textures of the encompassing panorama, the ocean, granite formations of the Hazards and ever altering sky all knowledgeable and impressed our alternative of color palette and the way we utilized it to The Burrows’, says Bek.