Forged handrail for a period property in Rolvenden, Kent. The steel bar has been heated in the forge, shaped and roughly beaten down. Then the finished handrail was run under a wire cup brush and coated in a jacobean wax.
A wire brushed and lacquered finish can prove to be a cost-effective and attractive finish for interior steelwork; providing protection whilst letting textures in the steelwork show through. This small section of balustrade was made for Brindisa Tapas Kitchens, Soho, London.
The final touches underway on a set of automated gates. All components were possible have been forged in-house, which will give the finished gates something a little extra. The final installation will feature fully automated gates with colour video entry system.
Number Sixty Eight, a new clothing outlet in Steyning, West Sussex approached TBM regarding there shop refit. Supplying us with designs for six clothing rails and additional items to furnish their store opening on the 1st of February 2016.
The New Year is here and TBM is off to a busy start. Currently Luke is working hard on a bright steel table base for a local Hastings designer and repairing a weathervane for Saint Nicolas Church in Sandhurst.
‘We are really pleased with our gate and railings, they look fantastic and we’ve received many compliments from friends, family and neighbours. TBM made sure we were happy with every detail of the design before work commenced. We strongly recommend their high quality work and friendly, professional service.’
Olivia Maclaren, Brighton.