Here at Bereco we supply products to an extensive range of unique projects across the UK. Our case study area is dedicated to showcasing some of our most bespoke work. Our diverse project portfolio includes all types of properties from historic listed buildings to modern new builds.
It is said that ‘Home is where the Heart is’. Home cooking, playing as child and the views from the windows all stir fond memories
Margaret and Dave Hedley bought the Grade ll listed Thrum Mill in Rothbury, Northumberland three and a half years ago. For the last two years the couple have been working alongside Channel 4’s Restoration Man programme that has been tracking the mill’s gradual transformation.
In south central England lies the Cotswolds an area characterised by its natural stone-built villages; large estates, rural landscapes and for being the home of
Old Brompton Road starts from South Kensington Underground station and runs south-west, through a mainly residential area, until it reaches West Brompton and the area
Founded in 1845 by William Aldwin Soames, Brighton College was the first Victorian public school to be founded in Sussex. Soames originally planned for use of the
Lodge Lake Park, situated in Gatcombe, is a series of five luxury four to six bedroom new family homes designed and built by Abbeymill Homes, who are committed to building first class homes with a high specification build quality.
When thinking of a developer of high-end luxury new homes, our thoughts immediately turn to Hawksmoor Homes. Positioned in the South of England, in the
Tenterden is a quaint little town with a beautiful tree-lined high street made up of interesting ornate buildings and independent shops. A town with a
Fifi Mcgee is a country bumpkin at heart who runs a successful lifestyle and interior blog site. Having a passion for all things home decoration
The South Downs National Park is an area of outstanding beauty with landscapes that cover 1,600km2 of breath-taking views and hidden gems. From rolling hills
Forming part of the Potton Self Build Show Centre at St Neots, Cambridgeshire, the Millchester Show House is a perfect demonstration of elegant Georgian style
One of the most distinctly unusual projects that Parker Joinery have undertaken, the ‘Tin Tabernacle’ was originally built in circa 1885 and is steeped in
Georgian style embraces the reign of four Georges who reigned in continuous succession from 1714 to 1830. The style came about as a reaction to
An oast house or hop kiln is a building designed for kilning (drying) hops as part of the beer brewing process. They can be found
Once a former Post Office, this characterful home, albeit loved for a long time by a previous family, had not been well maintained and was
In the 1800s this outstanding property was once used to store horse drawn carts for a prominent estate in Sleaford. In the 1900s the estate
Situated on the corner with adjoining Church Street, sits 55 Colmore Row, an awe-inspiring building with Grade II-listed Victorian façade overlooking Birmingham Cathedral. Steeped in
Bereco supplied Sliding Sash Windows & Entrance Doors to The Prince’s Natural House at The BRE Innovation Park in Watford.
Bereco supplied tilt and turn timber windows to a social housing project in St Matthews Estate, Brixton that went on to win Low Energy Building of the Year.
Bankhall House in Cheshire is a truly stunning traditionally styled home featuring five bedrooms, five bathrooms, a home cinema and a huge swimming pool. The