If you are looking for a new piece of furniture then why not consider having something made.
You don't have to be thinking of spending thousands, a piece of furniture can be designed to your budget.
Why have it made?
Well, there are many reasons :
You may have a particular space that you want the item to fit in.
You want the furniture to do what you want, not what you can get.
You want to design your own special piece....The list goes on.
If you have antiques or like the style and look of antique furniture but are struggling to find the piece that suits, whether it's the size or style, you might like to have a reproduction made that looks like the real macoy without the hassle of the search. Here is an example of a dining table that I made in a Regency style. Sweeping tapered legs and reeds running down the legs and around the top.
This table has one removable leaf, with 2 pedestal ends, the castors are solid brass as are the table clips (clips that hold the leaf in place) You can also see the pedestals before polishing. To the right you can see the table in the customer's house in its full French polished glory.
Here is a bedroom set designed by the client. The 9-drawer chest is made from solid American Oak. The drawers are all on ball bearing metal runners that are self closing, as you can see it was made to measure for the window alcove. A pair of bedside cabinets to match, to complete the suite.
Beds and headboards made to measure.
All my beds have a slatted base for mattress
Made for it!
These display stands are made from solid quarter cut English Oak. A very simple design, not so simple to make, with hand cut dovetail joints, these are through dovetails, meaning they come through the side of the adjoining section.
A pair of designer display cabinets. These were commissioned from a designer in London. They are made from MDF and finished in gloss lacquer. The interior is an ivory colour and the outside is a
striking purple. There are 3 clear glass shelves inside, and down lights.
On the right you can see one of the cabinets in its natural MDF, and
below the finished cabinets in the client's house.