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Fitted furniture in a Grade I listed townhouse

Posted by Bath Bespoke on 2 October 2018

Through working in close proximity to the heritage city of Bath, we are fortunate to see some of the most beautiful architecture this country has to offer. This project was no different. Earlier in the year, we were commissioned by a family to draw up designs for new fitted furniture to compliment their Grade I listed townhouse. The family were looking to create a fitted library in their front reception room and also a fitted boot room and lobby.

Both of these bespoke pieces required a huge amount of attention to detail from our designers and makers. This was not only to ensure they fitted perfectly within these listed walls but also to ensure they complimented and beautifully matched the Georgian architecture inside.
Bespoke library finished in Farrow and Ball Railings

The project

After several visits to our client’s home and much discussion with the couple, BB designer and director, Tom Jones Marquez and designer Alex Hobbs created the final design plans for their library. The designs then went into the workshop, where skilled and experienced cabinet maker Neil Castley got to work, with our experienced in-house paint team finishing this impressive piece before fitting. Find out more about the project here.


Bespoke library in a listed townhouse in Bath Bespoke library with secret doorway Library with sliding ladder Library details, finished in Farrow and Ball Railings Boot room with Nero Marquina marble top Boot room and Herringbone flooring

See more of our bespoke furniture projects.