Hand carved linenfold makes a room feel like it’s part of history. 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”
His and her’s pippy oak wardrobes, tall and slim. Made to sit either side of a chimney breast in a Victorian house with high ceilings. I veneered the doors and side panels in pippy oak. It’s a highly decorative veneer which has the familiar figure of the oak with small, scattered patches of burrs. Continue reading “His and her’s pippy oak wardrobes”
Walnut and cedar wardrobe made for a lady, adamant that no moth would ruin her cashmeres.
It’s a tall, freestanding wardrobe. Doors veneered in book matched walnut which continues around the side panels that are also framed with solid walnut. Continue reading “Walnut and cedar wardrobe”
Woodclose bedroom is another personal project. It’s my bedroom in the flat I started making furniture for. Eventually every opportunity to make something was taken, from the mirror stand on the chest of drawers to the light switch above the bed.
In the back corner 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 precious storage space. Continue reading “Woodclose bedroom”
Hampstead master bedroom is a very comfortable room in relaxed, neutral tones. The wardrobe has traditional panelled doors with a painted finish. I used hard wearing laminate boards for the interior, colour co-ordinated to match the painted exterior. Continue reading “Hampstead master bedroom”
Oak hanging rail. Sometimes functional just isn’t enough. This rail was commissioned by a client who felt his steel rail did nothing for the look of his hallway. Continue reading “Oak hanging rail”
A walk through wardrobe built into the small room between a master bedroom and bathroom. Continue reading “Upper Brook Street walk through wardrobe”