At Mark Williamson Furniture, we think that one of our real strengths is our ability to suggest – then design and build – intelligent solutions for real space saving. Because when a client comes to us, the process is completely bespoke for that client’s needs from the very first contact until the final installation, and the last few grains of wood dust are being hoovered up from the floor.
This happened in this case, when a client needed to create a storage and work space in their hallway. The space was restrictive but the client’s needs very specific – somewhere to store their many coats, and a bureau-style cupboard for a large computer, as well as seating and shoe store. Not asking much then!
Anyway, we came up with some designs, the client chose their preferred one, and we built it. The photos asbopve show the finsihed resulat, and both we and the client were very pleased with how it all turned out. We’ve published the full specificaytion for the job below. If you need your hallway, or any other part of your home transforming, do contact us here for an initial infomal chat.
– Fully fitted hallway cabinet designed to provide storage space and space for computer work
– Biscuited and carcass screwed internal construction
– Hardwood tulip frame
– Recessed plinth
– Oak effect melamine faced MDF interior
– Internal fixtures and fittings to be chrome
– Exterior constructed in Ash and Ash veneered MDF all finish with hard wearing paint in cream colour with wood grain showing through
– Mortice and tenon doors in frame and panel design with finger pulls to open
– High quality, fully integrated, soft close hinges
– Oak Seat with shoe storage below and open shelf above finished in clear lacquer
– Double height hanging wardrobe with shelf above behind double doors
– Cabinet in 3 sections with double doors
– Top cabinet with 2 adjustable shelves
– Computer cabinet with keyboard pull out and cable management behind with switched extension lead – doors to open as far as possible
– Bottom cabinet with adjustable shelf with plug socket cut out in back panel