The Old Vicarage

The entrance hall, in this beautiful Victorian house, was lacking its period style. We were contacted by the owner to make and install panelling to suit the period of the house and complement the existing pitch pine staircase.

This was achieved by replicating the moulding detail from the staircase and existing period doors. Made from tulipwood, using traditional methods, with veneered panels, and now painted, the result is simply stunning; a great first impression for any guest on entering the house.

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 Grange

Over a period of years we have had the pleasure of working on this project, adding character to the house, working closely with the client to incorporate some of his artistic designs.

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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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