For many clients, the focal point of any modern lounge, which ultimately is combined within the kitchen parameters, is the inclusion of the TV. With clever designed cabinetry, this is the perfect solution for the very latest TV and AV equipment as we now design and build our cabinetry to suit all these requirements. The majority of AV items are bluetooth/wireless, for which, now, will all be hidden away behind cabinetry doors. Added storage and display in open niches with added LED lighting make for that special ambience on movie night.
Consisting of natural dyed Tay veneers with Burr Maple Birdseye centre panels, edged with bronze d brass bar. All doors and drawerfronts are on a simple "touch to open" system. The open display shelving has concealed LED strip lighting along the back edge, which highlights the beautiful cream leather back panels. The lighting theme continues with the leather panels being backlit with concealed LED lights. The final element is the stunning liquid metal worktop which is finished in Antique Polished Brass.
Wall to wall Contemporary TV Media cabinetry with a combination of storage and display. The distinctive recessed, finger pull lines spanning the tailor-made cabinet add a very decorative feature. We incorporated posts in between each base cabinet to line up with each vertical panel in the display cabinet above. The niche back panels have all been lined in silk with the pattern running horizontal. Different coloured silk back panels are lit by a recessed LED spotlight, highlighting personal and meaningful display items.
The finish is spray painted in Little Greene.
Within this traditional study is a TV Media Centre, surrounded by tall block pilasters with cornice and skirting mitred to achieve a breakfront detail. The cabinetry doors have been designed to appear as wall panelling, with large rails and stiles and with an inset mitred bead. All the doors are push to open. The open bookshelves have solid timber shelf guides and are adjustable. Handpainted in Farrow and Ball "Invisible Green". Sir's antique Partners Desk compliments this home study.
In order to achieve this design, we reconfigured the whole room, blocking up doors and changing its use from a walk-through into a useable Snug area.
There were similar themes throughout this project, tweeks on the concept here and there, to compliment each area.
This cabinetry, traditional in style, has an inset mitred beading, set inside a recessed panel with chunky rails and stiles. We matched the clients existing skirting detail.
The top section has a solid oak stained worktop, with open cabinetry with painted framing and stained oak veneered interiors.
You don't have to have the obvious wall to wall TV Media designs. So long as you have somewhere to sit, relax and enjoy.
This Library design is made up of several "freestanding" tall bookshelf cabinets with the TV incorporated into one. Also across the other side of this room, is a built in desk to study at.
All The doors are made up of square rails and stiles, inset "cross" detail with recessed panel, complimented with an antique bronze pull handle.
The outer framing has a large cockbead running all round, whilst the inner framing has a small cockbead detail.
With Farrow and Ball "Blue Grey" with a highlighted back panel in Farrow and Ball "Moles Breath".
We used Cheverell to design, build and fit all of our kitchen and house furniture and they were excellent from start to finish. Nothing was too much trouble and they went out of their way to ensure we were completely happy. We love everything they built for us and would recommend to anyone.Client name goes here