Twin cabinets after Hepplewhite

The client lived in a 17th century cottage with gable ends to the roof. The master bedroom occupied one of the gable ends with the
bedhead hard up against the short wall. The maximum height the
cabinets could be was 24 inches. Few antique cabinets are that low so
the client commissioned us to make the cabinets, keeping the proportions of the original but within the height limit imposed by the
sloping roof. The veneer used was curled ( Flame) mahogany.



Tudor Bench made for Eastbury Manor


Fire back made for Eastbury Manor


Marriage chairs made for Eastbury Manor


Studio 21, Ardleigh Studios, The Old Maltings, Station Road, Ardleigh, Colchester CO7 7RT

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