2016 in a nutshell!

20th December 2016

2016 has been an incredibly busy year in our workshops, with projects ranging from luxury kitchens in the Home Counties and London, fitted furniture for a beautiful arts and crafts restoration in Henley-on-Thames, reception desks in Savile Row and even cabinetry for a super yacht in Monaco!

There have been a number of kitchens through the workshops this year including a large open plan kitchen with various bespoke elements including a 4’ ice bucket for drinks and canapés at the ultimate house party!  We have also been working on 5 kitchens to a very crisp contemporary design using Tabu veneers for a high end development of 5 town houses in Knightsbridge.

In the spring we were commissioned to make two reception desks for properties on Savile Row which were as bespoke to the clients requirements and taste as the suits in the shops!  The desks were made in American Walnut and incorporated decorative bronze panels and inlays along with hand stitched leather work.

We have also been fortunate enough to work on an incredibly high end renovation project in Henley-on-Thames.  Every detail of the house has been meticulously designed and crafted.  We are producing multiple rooms of furniture for the project using some stunning veneers and lots of bespoke elements including hand made brass sinks, laser cut handles to our own design and decorative shagreen leather panels.

One of the things we enjoy about our work is the diversity of the projects we get to work on and a bit of winter sun in Monaco was no exception!  This is a project we are currently working on which includes a wine room along with other items of furniture for a client’s super yacht.

Very much looking forward to 2017!!

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2016 in a nutshell!

2016 has been an incredibly busy year in our workshops, with projects ranging from luxury kitchens in the Home Counties and London, fitted furniture f...

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A fresh new look

We are delighted to be celebrating twelve years of furniture making with a brand refresh.

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Intricate burr elm and rosewood dining room cabinet

This unusual cabinet just needs a polish before going to it’s new home.  It is made of burn elm and rosewood and at 4.2 meters long there shou...

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Oh what to choose…

Working with the client to select the final materials for their kitchen and boot room