The Bishopswood project involved working on a late 1900’s house where we replaced the handrail posts and balusters of the existing staircase and added dado panelling to the wall, to complete the whole grandeur look of the house.

We also supplied and fitted a curved top panelled front door and door frame.  A study was created for the house using 18th century style panelling, with large panels.

On one of the walls we made and fitted a large run of bookcases, with hand carved pilasters and on the adjacent wall we formed secret doors to house a desk and to ensure all modern data requirements of the client could be hidden away.

georgian dado height panelling
18th century panelling
panelled door
18th century Georgian panelling
18th century panelling and bookcases in a study/dining room
fluted pilaster with bolection mould
Study bookcases

Our Work

The Old Vicarage

The entrance hall, in this beautiful Victorian house, was lacking its period style.

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Poznan, Poland

We had the pleasure of being commissioned by Lady Henrietta Spencer-Churchill, the proprietor of Spencer-Churchill Designs Ltd/Woodstock Designs, one of England’s foremost Interior Designers, to wo

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Reed Farmhouse

We had the pleasure of working on this beautiful period property, where the clients have brought about a complete transformation, with great interior designs.

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