Lightly aged solid bronze T- section handrails to accompany staircase and joinery by Koop furniture. Push fit installation with no visible fixings all made in-house at our Ticehurst workshop.
Interior section of our latest major project which features blackened steel throughout the property. A complex project which required working closely with architects and other trades to achieve the desired results.
Handcrafted balustrade made to order for a client based in Brighton. Each curved and tapered upright has been installed to minimise visible fixings. The burnished and wax finish compliment the terracotta tones of the polished plastered wall, with the final result leaving both client and architect extremely happy.
A pair of snub-nosed handrails installed for a customer in Brentford, London. All finished in a vinyl topcoat to match Farrow & Ball No.31 Railings.
A pair of bookcases made from hand beaten solid steel finished in Ardenbrite gold paint with antiqued mirror glass shelving supplied by St Leonards Glass.
Additional console table made from solid steel bar finished to match.
Lily Pad inspired pond cover approximately 4 meters in diameter designed in two pieces with a galvanised and powder coated finish.
Metal and glass dividing panel looking smart in its new home. The panel consists of twelve 4mm thick toughened glass panels with individually fixed bays.
‘Thank you guys, you did a great job and now my kitchen looks amazing.’
Cristina Terio, London.
Simple and elegant rose arches made for an award-winning property in Tunbridge Wells. Hot zinc flame coated to offer over twenty years corrosion protection.
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.