Wall mounted cupboards and drawers which seem to float above the floor. These handmade units are finished with a high gloss grey paint and give a very contemporary feel against the white walls.
A large wardrobe made completely on site. The whole wardrobe is made from birch plywood which has that beautiful edge detail. The doors and drawer fronts are laminated with satin white formica.
During a large loft conversion, the whole floor was one big open space. The customer did not want to loose this feeling and therefore these large glass panels were fitted between the wall and the pitched ceilings. This meant that daylight could flood the whole floor, the roof trusses remained visible and when the concealed spot lights were switched on, the glass created gorgeous shadows on the ceilings.
This was part of a living room refurbishment. I made the solid beech shelves on site. I also tiled the fireplace surround with split faced slate mosaics. The floor around the fire and under the shelves has honed black slate. The beech surround around the tiling really finishes it off well.
Oak flooring in process. This flooring job was made very difficult by this circular staircase sinking in the floor. The oak flooring had to be a perfect radius around this stairwell, be cut around the banister posts and also be cut around round steel posts on the sides. It was a challenging job but the result was wonderful.
The finished oak flooring around the stairwell. The plasterer finished the stairwell to a complete circle and we fitted a solid oak edging where the plaster meets the flooring.
One of my projects coming up. This entertainment unit is designed for a good customer of mine. It has six large drawers for CD's and DVD's and the stereo. The pillar which has the TV on it will sit a little proud off the wall. The floating shelve which holds the TV will be made from solid Wenge wood. There will be LED lights between the pillar and the wall, and underneath the wall hung drawer units. The pillar, tops and drawer fronts will be made from Corian.