Designing our furniture without limitations is a great advantage. This unit was made for a client of ours who required drawers for utensils, pots, pans etc next to their range. Wishing to keep the range elevation free of wall units they needed a suitable place for storing oils, spices and some food storage. The small door section with shelving and the addition of a storage rack on the back of the door provided the solution. This style of unit placed either side of the range has created a very pleasing elevation in their kitchen, both aesthetically and functionally.
Monday, 21 March 2011
We are aware that most of our clients are always eager to have flexibility with their storage space and this idea of an internal mid-panel may appeal to some of you. An internal mid-panel enables you to have more shelves that can be placed at varying heights. The kitchen with this larder was featured in Homes and Garden. http://blog.higham.co.uk/2010/09/homes-and-gardens-october-2010.html
Tuesday, 1 March 2011
A short post to quickly discuss an image I came across in our collection of workshop photos. This is of a larder, yet to be painted, and it contains the various internal accessories we have mentioned before but this one has curved shelves in the top section. For the little space that you lose on each shelf for storage you gain an aesthetic element that just adds that bit more of a bespoke touch to your furniture. You can use this idea in a dresser too, an open shelves unit or any other unit where it may be beneficial.