The interior designers, worked closely with the client to pick out colours, fabrics and flooring, while Guild Anderson was tasked with designing and making cabinetry to suit the client’s needs. Ample storage was required for jackets, sticks and sporting equipment. Also involved in delivering the wider project were the builders, Emma Kirby Design.
A Butler’s sink was set in to the the dark green cabinetry for washing boots, dogs and filling vases. The boarded walls are more than just a nod to the period architecture of that time.
Ample hanging with a handy mirror
A butlers sink area with marble tops
To keep the boot room space looking pretty and elegant, the oak bench seat was designed with a scalloped rail with hand turned legs, all finished by hand in a reinforced hand applied French polish which brings out the grain. A full height cupboard with drawer underneath provides ample space to store sports kit, outdoor rugs and essential items for a busy outdoor family.