Archives for category: interior

30 mirror panels!.jpgThis has to be one of our most striking wardrobes to date. Not a lot to say really, great house great customer.

Warmth
As another gale sweeps through Bristol and our wheelie bin goes bouncing down the street, this photo from my archive really stood out. I love the warm colours, velvety curtains and fantastic metal work by a Bristol sculptor.

For more recnt work visit http://www.cliftonwardrobes.co.uk or http://gb.pinterest.com/cliftonwardrobe/

Rainbows end

We have just returned from Cornwall after completing the last job in 2013. Only Henry managed not to be distracted by such stunning views.

Wishing everyone a Wonderful Christmas and Happy 2014 …

Full of colour
We love turning our customers ideas into bespoke pieces. Whether subtle or bold, the finished furniture is unique and totally bespoke for them and their home.

Along with the colourful cloth panels, we made a popular ideas that works well, the “Bookcase Radiator Cover”. Providing storage and screening the radiator.

Alcove Storage

Bright and vibrant alcove units for providing ample storage and housing TV unit. The TV swings out on an articulated bracket.

Painted Cabinets

These cabinets were created especially for paint effects courses run at the RWA by Vanessa Webb.

http://www.rwa.org.uk/whats-on/events/2013/07/farrow-and-ball-bristol-new-paint-effects-workshop/

Vanessa Webb – interior decorative paint effects specialist stunning paint finishes for walls, ceilings, and plasterwork, hand painted furniture and kitchens.

http://www.stunningfx.co.uk


Although from the archive of 10 years ago, I still love these sliding doors we made for a house in Redland. The period detail adds drama and elegance to the room.

The moulding was made especially to match existing joinery.

If your looking for more storage, why not look under the staris? This pair of doors made a previously inacessable and crammed space easy to use and along with changing the 60’s metal banister transformed the hallway into a great entrance.

A large dresser for a  ‘grand house’ in Clifton. We always make the shelfs from timber or a composite of MDF and timber  to avoid them sagging over time with the weight of books.

We fitted a neat Oak insert for electric cables to be passed through for lights, radio etc to the sockets below.