Made for an Edwardian property in rural Hertfordshire. Solid timber panelled doors, oak drawer fronts and bespoke cornicing were requested by the client.
I made this dresser base to complement the original Georgian shelving above. Reproduction iron ‘H’ hinges and a traditional English elm top added a bit of authenticity. The final look is restrained and simple – hopefully not unlike the original.
Hand-veneered figured ash cocktail & storage cabinet. The client wanted ‘kitsch’, so mirrored backs, glass shelves and LED lighting were featured.
Once on the front of a Routemaster bus, this vintage panel blind now sits inside a mitred lightbox – and not too far from its original destination.
11 alcove shelves have helped a tv director to organise his books and periodicals. More on the shelf; less in the cardboard box.
Cookery books and kitchen paraphernalia can look rather smart on display. This Chelsea client went for two variations of my Peggy shelves design to de-clutter her work surfaces.