Fitted kitchens and bathrooms

                               The door surround into this bathroom has been made from oak timbers reclaimed from the house's cattle byre.

This appartment kitchen was very short of worktop space so the customer wanted to go into the corner cupboard without loosing the original art deco era glass display cabinet. They were also looking for space for their washing machine.

This fitted corner kitchen has modern casing wwhich means everything closes and shuts smoothly snugly and quietly but all of the doors and drawer fronts are reclaimed from traditional Normandy  wardrobes sadly no longer in a condition to be used as a whole. The worktop is in beech finished in Danish oil. The cherry wall cabinets on the right is a salvaged bookcase. The oak wall cabinet on the left is made from salvaged planking and carving.

This bath panel is made from reclaimed pine and finished in wax.



Some existing  oak wardrobe doors that the customer wanted  to turn into a fitted wardrobe in a bedroom.

This is them prior to their being stripped and limed .

This tiny fitted bathroom is made from solid oak,and finished in danish oil. The litle cabinet in the corner is to mask the pipework.

A fitted corner cupbaord in a bedroom from a beautiful oak cupboard door that has also fenced in chickens in a previous life! 

It now serves also to house the fuse box for all the electricity in the house.

This small kitchen makes good use of limited space with a built in dishwasher and fridge. Doors are shaker style with beech worktops and handles

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