Main Contractor: Rupert Cordle Town & Country Ltd.
Design: Todhunter Earle Interiors

We produced a striking interior for this splendid period house, by fitting panelling to the hall, kitchen and dining room, creating a study upstairs and a vanity unit for the master bedroom.

Working closely with interior designers Todhunter Earle, the paneling was made in European oak, with a hand applied finish. We then duplicated this design on the door reveals, sliding doors and kitchen cupboard doors.

The Kitchen included sliding concealed doors, gloss lacqueered panelling, fitted full height cupboards and a dining room side board with a Maron Cohiba granite top. In the formal dining room, we made integrated alcove book shelves with glossy, coloured interiors and fitted concealed John Cullen lighting for visual effect. For access to the top shelves, we engineered an aluminium ladder,fully wrapped in leather.

The study was crafted in American black walnut with more recessed shelving and a glass desk top supported from a pedestal. For the master bathroom we produced a vanity unit in mirror polished stainless steel, complete with maple interiors and stainless steel framed mirror above.