As well as general repairs, my joinery projects include the building of bespoke furniture, especially fitted storage such as cupboards, cabinets, built-in wardrobes, dressing tables, libraries and shelves.This interior joinery and carpentry tends to be eclectic in its reach and I’m not tied to one particular style, preferring to reflect the period of the property and the personal style preference of my clients as well as using my own ideas drawn from experience of what works at a practical level. I am generally involved from the outset, either helping my clients to develop their own ideas, or providing designs to get the project off the ground. Whether creating new furniture, enhancing cherished household features or making small practical items for everyday use - I give them all the same care and attention.
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These days, due to the uncertain supply of high quality, stable/seasoned wood, my first recommendation to clients is to buy items such as doors from established specialists who carry large stocks of timber. However if a new build is required, or if it is the only means of matching a unique original style, then timber may need to be prior-purchased and stored for a period to test its stability and longterm suitability.
Recommendations and references for all carpentry and building works including renovation, bespoke joinery and general interior & exterior maintenance are available on request. Clearly detailed quotes, ongoing job costs and fully itemised expenses are provided as standard practice.