Living Spaces

Oak veneered fibreboard was used to make this tv unit. Chunky shelves where made to accommodate the weight of books and display items. All the wires for the tv are hidden behind the blue back and the skybox is tucked away nicely in the two cupboards at the bottom.

Books shelves and cupboards surrounding an entrance from the hall.

A set of shelves, with cupboards below, running the full length of the room. The doors are a classic shaker style. The whole unit has been made of moisture resistant fibreboard, which has been painted Pure Brilliant white.

A simple alcove cupboard, with beaded doors, adding a little more detail to the simple shaker design.

A French dresser. On this we have added glass to the doors, which helps keep the dust out of the display items. N.B. it is the ceiling that is wonky, not the unit. If you do have an older home, please be aware that this can happen.

Installed in an old manor house that has been converted to flats. We built a place to store shoes and coats. With the house having so much decoration, we emulated that in this piece by adding fluting to the edges and back. We then added more depth to the panels on the doors.

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