Break fronted wardrobe that juts out at the front, like a step. With internal drawers and hanging rails this wardrobe contains a bespoke laundry bin made up of rails and a laundry bag to separate dark and light loads. It also has a tie drawer and motion sensitive LEDs that are built into the doors and turn on when they are opened.
Photographs and virtual tour taken by Leeds Photographer Bevan Cockerill.
This contemporary shaker fitted kitchen was designed, handmade and fitted by Tom Maxwell in Thorner, Leeds. Made with birch ply carcasses and finished with a clear water based lacquer. Doors and frames made from tulip wood with a F&B spray paint finish and the island unit top was made from White American Oak which was finished in Tung Oil. The kitchen was designed to fit the a main space at the back of the house with an extended corridor room to maximise a larger space. The doors cleverly hide every integrated appliance from dishwater to fridge and they all match every other door to give the whole kitchen a clean and attractive finish.
Photographs taken by Leeds Photographer Bevan Cockerill.
The client for this project had moved the entrance to their house and required an original looking frame and door for the new opening. The house is a Victorian end terrace and it was essential that the door would look like it had always been there.
The door features angled shouldered mortise and tenoned rails, separate upper glazing bars and hand cut detailing around the lower panels. Both the frame and door are made from Meranti and hand painted in F&B exterior eggshell.