Being a business that works in architectural joinery, we create a wide array of bespoke designs in our workshop. After that, we carefully install your new items in your property. This includes everything from orangeries and conservatories to standard doors and windows.
Bespoke joinery is the answer
One of the biggest challenges you may have at home is dealing with the clutter you find in daily life. You can try to organise and tidy up regularly but it may still be a losing battle. However, bespoke joinery has the answer. With it you can create beautiful items that make it easier to display, store, and organise everything. Below, you can find important details about designing storage pieces that work wonders for your home.
Where are you going to put everything?
First and foremost, you must decide where everything is going. This demands a lot of thought. As opposed to freestanding furniture, once a bespoke item is in, it stays in. Take an objective look at the room layout you currently have. Double check that you are happy with it. If you want to try some alternatives, now is the time to do so. When you have the layout you want, you can figure out where your new bespoke joinery will go.
Something else to consider is what you will need to store. Think about what location is going to be ideal for these objects. Decide whether you want everything behind doors or on display. There might be a vacant space somewhere, but it may not necessarily be the right one.
Make certain you calculate the dimensions as well. Whilst measuring up for new furniture and architectural joinery, it is critical for you to be accurate. This is especially vital if there is a pre-set space. An alcove is a good example. Of course, we will take our own accurate measurements too. Saying this, it is always beneficial to measure during the pre-planning phase. This makes acquiring estimates and working your design out simpler.
Don’t neglect any of the room’s inherent features here either. This includes dado rails and slopping ceilings.
You must also design the exterior. Your joinery’s facade shall contribute to the piece’s aesthetic. Not only this, but it will do the same for the entire room. If your piece will be a big one, the size alone can influence the interior design.
It is possible to use a false bookcase-effect on the doors of your piece to give your space a classic but quirky look. Minimalist, modern doors would fashion a completely different look. This is true even if they use the same colour.
At Wood & Wisdom, we are confident we can cater for any requirements. This includes creating architectural joinery that will suit your property.
In order to obtain the best quality, our craftsmen always work closely with the clients. They go above and beyond to get the job done right.
If you would like to work with us too, please give us a call.