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After noticing a large dovetail joint in another piece of furniture the idea to use two contrasting woods for this bunk bed was very quickly made. Oak and walnut have been used by many craftsmen as the colours seem to compliment each other so well. It was a simple decision to add shaped handles to the draw fronts in order to offer a little more character to this inspired client design.
After a recommendation Amanda used our design sevice and, after careful attention, we came up with a kitchen that met her needs. The main objective being an island unit where her grand children could watch and help with cooking. And plenty of large drawers rather than cupboards. Lastly she wanted the control boxes for the Everhot to be housed in the top drawers either side of the oven rather than left on the worktop. All this was achieved with a dramatic saving compared with the lowest quote she had been given.
After creating a handmade kitchen, Amanda asked if we could design a wardrobe for the master bedroom. The remit was to provide as much hanging space as possible and use European oak in keeping with the buildings timber frame. In order to break up the oak we use black walnut to create a pinstripe effect. We then used the same walnut to make the matching handles.
After already having filled up a large bookcase Cheryl and Dan required much more shelf space. They decided on using the potential space either side of the chimney breast. We used oak veneered boards framed with European oak to achieve the clean and contemporary design.
This teak furniture had been left untreated in the garden. After 2 days of sanding, scraping, and oiling, the end result was dramatically different.
The client requested an extension to the existing worktop in order to create a breakfast bar for their growing family.