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By adgc, Sep 2 2017 07:56AM
Large bespoke fitted bookcase taking shape at our Essex workshop. This will be installed into a property in Maldon Essex. It has three cupboards with touch open doors a section for a painting and four columns of bookcases. It will have lighting above the painting. Made from White American Oak with solid oak edges, and plynth.
By adgc, Aug 5 2017 07:03PM
We have recently built these fitted wardrobes, drawers, shoe storage with LED lighting for a new loft extension in North London. The wardrobes are sprayed on the inside and outside and the drawers are made from birch plywood. The fitted wardrobes have built in LED lighgting on motion sensors. The image shows part of the wardrobes that have designated shoe storage and open plywood shelving. There are more images on the bedroom section of the portfolio showing the wardrobes and chest of drawers.
By adgc, Jul 15 2017 07:17AM
Images show a large bespoke library being constructed at our cabinet making worshop in Essex. The shelves are made in hardwood and it has four wide drawers on soft close Blum runners. The library has cupboards on the left and will have glass shelves and glass panelled doors. The large bookcase will be sprayed and fitted into our clients home in Shenfield Essex
Bespoke Bookcase under construction
Bespoke Bookcase Being Made In Workshop
By adgc, Jun 11 2017 07:18AM
This fitted shoe storage cupboard was made for a house in Billericay, Essex. It is a very narrow space that had been a cloak room with the shoes ending up piled on the floor and a freestanding shoe rack. Our clients wanted to make better use of the space and to be able to fit in many more shoes in an organised manner. The design we arrived at has two traditional panelled doors with angled shoe storage and a space at the bottom for wellington boots. It is slightly offset to the right so the left door avoids the radiator when opened. The fitted furniture had to be designed and constructed in an unusual manner as it was not possible to build or move the furniture around in the narrow space. The owners came to us as they wanted to use cabinet makers to create a high quality solution and have it all made in a workshop and not in their home.
By adgc, May 19 2017 10:47AM
The large white fitted bookcase was designed for a particular space in a Mews house in South Kensington London. Our clients had lots of books and wanted to ensure that they had adequate shelving whilst keeping the room as airy aspossible. The corner configuration maximises the available space and the height finishes short of the ceiling and inline with the pelmet making the room feel spacious. The shelves are all height adjustable and are made from laminated hardwood. The cabinets are brushed in Farrow & Ball strong white. Both end panels are fully panelled as are all the uprights. The large decorative cornice further enhances the traditional quality of the hand made bespoke bookcase.
By adgc, May 6 2017 07:44AM
Currently we are making wall to wall fitted traditional cabinets. The lower middle cabinet sits below a window and the cabinets will be scribed to fit the walls and ceiling. Decorative mouldings, panelled doors and solid timber bookcase shelves all create the character required in the room. The cabinetry will all be painted white.
By adgc, Apr 23 2017 07:09AM
We have recently completed another white traditional wardrobe with ornate mouldings. This wardrobe is a three door version and is scribed form the floor to the ceiling and against both walls. Inside it has a mixture of shelves and clothes rails. The wardrobe was instaled into a home in East London.
By adgc, Mar 18 2017 07:49AM
Before And After Images, showing the ceiling of a stairway that cuts through the floor and wall of a bedroom. The previous owners had built this wooden carbunkle to disguise it and add storage. The new home owners contacted us and asked us to design and make a solution that provided a lot more storage and reduce the visual impact of the diagonal wedge that had to remain.
The panelled doors match other wardrobes that we built for the client. The solid oak steps echo the solid oak bookcase shelves and create visual interest whilst acting as a means of providing access to the high up shelves. There is a secret touch open door on the left side to maximise the available storage.
By adgc, Mar 12 2017 09:41AM
These bespoke period traditional wardrobes were designed and made for a property in East London. They have pull down clothes rails to provide easy access to high stored garments. The white drawers are graduated to provide different depth drawers and the two middle cabinet doors have mirrors on the insides allowing you to see your back at the same time as your front. The cabinetry has period moulding details on the doors and end panels and is a bespoke furniture commission.
By adgc, Mar 9 2017 06:00PM
We always strive to make things move along as easily as possible. Here is out latest review;
"Andrew designed and installed our media unit in our family room and then later we had him design, build and install our dressing room area. In all cases he was very professional, courtesy and easy to work with. In contrast to most others we enquired with, he contacted us almost immediately post enquiry and within a few days had visited to scope the first project. He was able to interpret our ideas easily and apply his design flair (others we dealt were unable to do this). The work was finished to a high quality, we are very happy with it and it will last for many many years we are sure. Highly recommended".