Custom storage, wardrobes and cabinets, bedroom carpentry.
Cabinetry, the design Process.
The design of any cabinet/ Wardrobe can take time to perfect. It is seen as an integral part of the overall job as initial customer ideas can be balanced with the best possible job. It is hoped that time spent at this point will reduce time in manufacture and fitting.
Stage One will involve a site visit with the client where initial ideas can be developed. The clients/ architect’s input is crucial and their primary views, pictures and the space are taken into account. Setting out templates can be provided and all customer expectations are considered at this point.
Stage Two involves the development of ideas, followed by sketches illustrating concepts. Solidworks drawings are available. These are then viewed by customer to see if the meet requirements. The customer can decide weather further development is required or if they are happy with proposal.
Stage Three involves selection of materials and colour schemes for the product. These can be selected via samples such as shop visits, brochures or previous work.
Cabinetry, Solid Wood
Examples of solid wood cabinetry.
The following are before and after photos of Bedroom Wardrobes with multiple bar settings (custom made) which incorporate hanging spaces and custom shoe racks.
Bedroom Wardrobes, Custom Carpentry
Dormers offer excellent opportunities for creating more usable space in your upstairs area using various methods.
Wardrobe, Vinyl wrapped
Bring new life to an old wardrobe, wrap in in vinyl!
Dormer shelving storage units
Maximise the storage with these custom shelving units.
Custom kitchen build & installation
Bespoke kitchen units made to order, over 15 years experience.
Office Spaces / Home Office / Study
Create your personal home office study or commercial office space, made to your specifications, custom made desks, custom shelving and storage.
This home office space operates as a functional and usable area . Considerations for this project included the use of lighting, positions of power points and the hiding of cabling. In the end the space seemed to meet the customers requirements and their choice of wall covering really set off the cabinets.