Milngavie Property Photography

milngavie property photography

Another kitchen extension, I photographed this for Sara at Breagh Architects. On the same day I photographed three properties for around in or around Glasgow. One of these properties was this really lovely terraced house in Milngavie. This property had a kitchen extension but I believe Sara did other designing around the house. I’m not too sure but my task was to basically photograph the ground floor of the property. I’ve written countless times how much I like photographing properties with lots of decorations and this property looked fantastic. The whole property looked amazing and there is a Tintin theme going on through the property. Awesome property!

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