Nothing gives a room a feeling of history quite like linenfold panelling. Most people who look at it would assume it’s probably a few hundred years old. This hand carved linenfold wardrobe has that feeling of traditional panelling with all the luxury of a modern fitted wardrobe. Continue reading “Hand carved linenfold wardrobe”
Shoreditch aged pine kitchen. Small and uncluttered with cabinets colour matched to the existing pine joinery in the room. The cabinet interiors are in modern laminate boards to be harder wearing and durable enough to withstand normal kitchen wear and tear. The worktop is in hard wearing corian. The long, narrow room is nice and bright thanks to a skylight at the far end of the room. That along with the old floor tiles and aged pine kitchen units give the room a relaxed feel, more continental than busy London. Continue reading “Shoreditch aged pine kitchen”
A very highly specified kitchen commissioned by architect Paul Johnson for his clients’ home in Mayfair. All kitchen gadgets discreetly hidden out of the way inside tambour units or behind the ice birch veneered panels and doors. Continue reading “Iced birch kitchen”
A beautifully appointed study for a client in Pimlico. Large panels of massur birch veneer are framed in mitred oak with wedge inlays.
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Another personal project, the bedroom at Woodclose. Every opportunity to make something taken , from the mirror stand on the chest of drawers to the light switch above the bed.
In the back corner is a pitch pine bookcase that was built around the roof support. I wasn’t going to let some boxed in steel beam deprive me of storage space. Continue reading “Woodclose bedroom”
Hand painted fitted wall units with shelving featuring inset down lights above low drawer units fill the chimney breast recesses in this beautiful townhouse. Continue reading “Chelsea townhouse wall cabinets”
A large painted wardrobe in this top floor master bedroom. Being on the top floor the room tends to get very warm in summer so the wardrobe had to be built around the air conditioning unit. Continue reading “Hampstead master bedroom”
This was a personal project. It’s my old kitchen, the one where I started making furniture in 1990 and kept changing or adding bits right up to the time I moved out in 2013. Thanks to the estate agent for the photos! Continue reading “Woodclose sycamore kitchen”
A painted MDF wall cabinet with a solid walnut insert to house a TV Continue reading “TV wall cabinet”
A walk through wardrobe built into the small room between a master bedroom and bathroom. Continue reading “Upper Brook Street walk through wardrobe”
Bespoke furniture in the bespoke showroom of Savile Row tailors Richard James. This is a tailor’s workbench in black MDF.
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