When delivering a customer's beautifully restored or bespoke new furniture, I am sometimes asked to extend my services to applying the same quality of craftmanship to other areas around the home such as fitted cupboards, wall panelling, doors etc.
An oak bookcase with cupboard below designed to conceal a boiler and ugly pipe-work, yet still enabling access for servicing.
An example of interior wall panelling
18th C style moulded, gilded and then distressed pelmet made for a large bay window.
To discuss your restyling project telephone Geoff Hancock on 01885 482832
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Here are the first of several built-in storage units, made for a house on Angelsey.
The units had to be made using doors and shutters, salvaged from SS Tilapa., Which was built in 1928 and salvaged in the 1950's. SS Tilapa was the first ship to bring bananas to the UK after the ban during WW2.