Fyfield Hall

We were commissioned by one of London’s leading property developers, Silvertown Properties Ltd, to carry out various architectural joinery works on this Grade I listed manor house in the heart of the English countryside.

The work undertaken comprised of oak panelling and bookcases to the library, incorporating a secret bookcase door, and to the snug, oak panelling with a stunning integrated drinks cabinet.   A quantity of solid oak flooring was also supplied and fitted to the large entrance hall and the restoration of an existing oak floor in the master bedroom and a gothic door to the en suite.  Various other period joinery was also supplied and fitted to this lovely period home.

tudor black and white house
restored wide oak flooring
oak panelling, secret door to the library
Snug panelling
drinks cabinet in oak in the snug
wide oak flooring, planked doors and refectory table

Our Work

RAF Museum, Hendon

The BBC contacted us to see if we would be interested in replicating furniture for Claude Grahame-White’s Office at the RAF Museum in Hendon.

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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.

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The Oxfordshire Grammar

We had the pleasure of working on this period property for a commercial company, working closely with the client to ensure that their expectations were fulfilled.

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