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Family home renovation in Bearflat

We’ve just received the photos from our latest project in Bath, which I’m really excited to share with you. This project began in the summer of 2017, and saw us design, in collaboration with designer Mia Marquez, and create some beautiful bespoke furniture solutions for a large residence in Bath. The initial brief was for a utility room, a library and a bespoke wine wall, but the project developed with an additional walk in dressing room (designed by Mia) and wardrobes for our client’s children’s rooms.

Working with our client

Our client had a very keen interest in interiors, particularly hotel interiors, and we worked closely with her on the designs—shaping them into beautiful yet functional domestic designs. We kept to fairly classic shapes and proportions in order to complement the period architecture of her home, but introduced lots of interesting materials and textures. These included unpolished solid brass, Elitis wallpapers, antique mirror glass, several different marbles, walnut, oak, Turnsitile and Armac Martin ironmongery.

The project

The project took several months of design, manufacture and installation and we took great pleasure in building beautiful furniture designed to do justice to the wonderful property. It was a really exciting collaboration and we enjoyed working closely with Mia and the client. The results were impressive and involved a huge team effort—from Alex in the design department, Natalie in operations, Tom S, Ben, Neil, Andy, Richie and Will the cabinetmakers, Brett and his painting team and all of the site team.

Some pictures from the photo shoot

More to see

For more pictures of the project and for more information about the designs see here.

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