A study in using a small space – for a study…

In the same house as where we recently fitted some bespoke bedroom furniture, we also designed and fitted, on the request of the clients, a study and storage area. The space was tight to say the least, and even our photographer had a job to squeeze in to take some half-decent shots.

Here’s the full design and build spec:

All internal carcassing constructed using 18mm Oak Melamine faced MDF with biscuited and screwed construction

All Oak parts in European Oak, polished in hardwearing, clear lacquer

All painted pieces, finished in hard-wearing coloured lacquer of choice (Farrow and Ball Off White)

Drawer boxes constructed in Oak veneered MDF on high quality full extension soft close runners

All doors on high quality concealed, soft-close hinges

All plinths set back to create appearance of more floor space

Handles are stainless steel round handles

All furniture fully fitted and scribed to walls and floor

All doors and drawer fronts constructed from 22mm moisture resistant MDF

All shelves adjustable

Two lower drawers either side of desk for suspension files with one standard drawer above each

Under desk all carcass backs to be set forward from wall to allow access to cables and radiator valve

Four shoe drawers  –  these would be standard drawer boxes to maximise useable space and minimise cost, each drawer should hold 7 pairs of shoes (dependent on size and style)

Wardrobe to include one hanging rail at top for full height hanging with space at the bottom for storage

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