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A bespoke traditional kitchen, inside a Grade II* listed property

In 2017, we were commissioned by Joel Bugg Furniture & Spaces to make the furniture for its latest project with Bath architects Simon Morray-Jones. The project involved creating a kitchen and dining room space for their client who lived in a gorgeous Grade II* listed property. Today we’ve just received the images from the shoot, some of which you can see below.

The Project

Joel is a valued client of ours and we love making his furniture. He approached us about this project in Beckington, near Bath and we were immediately interested. There was a level of detail and proportion in the designs which we knew would be at once challenging and rewarding. The proportions of the furniture were executed beautifully in Joel’s concept design and the mouldings specified were unique. The material specification of Accoya and tulip, with birch ply cabinets was our preferred and best possible combination.

Joel’s projects are never straightforward, with this featuring a concealed servery in the dining room, but no piece of very fine furniture ever is. The results, with our hand painted finish inside and out, were really spectacular and the kitchen did justice to the beautiful period home and put lots of smiles on the faces of the clients, ours and importantly Joel’s!

Discover more details about the project here.

Gallery

Hand painted cabinets in Farrow and Ball Railings Hand painted cabinets in Farrow and Ball Railings Hand painted cabinets in Farrow and Ball Railings Traditional kitchen island and stools Cabinets hand painted in Farrow and Ball Railings Traditional kitchen in a listed property

See more photos from the project here.

Credit to photographer: Ash James.

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