The client brief was for a storage unit built into the eaves of a historic house in a Wiltshire village. The client wanted drawer spaces but wanted a more traditional feel with shaker style doors.
The client wanted two pieces of walnut furniture for their boardroom. The brief was for a low sideboard unit with internal drawers and adjustable shelving, and a matching cabinet with adjustable shelving.
It’s been a busy few months with a house move and the completion of this reception desk for Good Energy in Chippenham.
The client wanted a built in wine rack to house his wine collection. The spacing was decided upon and it worked out that the rack could accommodate 64 bottles.64 bottle wine rack
The client has an alcove just off their kitchen which was filled with a rather imposing cupboard. The storage it provided was good and it also served the purpose of hiding the electric meters & fuse boxes. The brief was to replace the unit with a fitted unit with internal storage and a hidden panel to cover the electrics.
The client had an old wooden cross from a grave which had seen better days. The brief was to recreate the cross in green oak.
I’ve nicknamed these wardrobes as the Lansdown wardrobes as they were made for a beautiful house on Lansdown Hill in Bath. The clients brief was for two built-in wardrobes, with Mirrors on the inside and LED lighting to be finished in a Farrow & Ball colour to match the existing woodwork.
The client required a cabinet to fill an awkward recess in a living room wall.
The brief from the client was for a home office, incorporating two workstations and storage for her expanding cake making business.
The client wanted a media unit to hold an extensive collection of DVD’s, CD’s and Blu-Ray movies
The clients brief was for an oak storage seat for the corner of the living room for their daughter to sit and read, but also to include plenty of storage for toys etc.
The client wanted a radiator cover, painted with the F&B colour used in the hallway